A cannabis farm believed to be worth about £120,000 was discovered at a property
The farm was found after a warrant was executed at the address in Lothian Road.
21-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of production of class B drugs and remains in custody.
This search was part of Cleveland Police’s Operation Phoenix, a summer
long operation to improve public service, help vulnerable people, tackle
serious violence and prevent crime.
Care for older patients enhanced with ward refurbishment
BBC Local Live
A ward at Middlesbrough's James Cook University Hospital has had a £1m revamp, which will enhance care for older patients
The ward 11 refurbishment was
funded by the trust’s PFI contract.
The improvements, which have taken six months to complete,
provide a bright and modern ward for older patients with a range of needs.
Bay areas have easily accessible oxygen points, the floor is refurbished in grey, not blue, so that patients with dementia do not mistake it for water. There is extra space with more rooms, enabling improved discretion for difficult conversations that need to be had. The most significant change is the increase in bathrooms on the ward and disabled wet rooms"
Improvements will now begin on ward 12 and the programme will see seven other wards being refurbished.
Vulnerable man hurt in 'despicable' attack
An attack on a vulnerable man on a Hartlepool street has been branded "despicable" by police.
The 63-year-old was approached by a man and woman on Duke Street who asked him for a cigarette, between 23:00 and 23:30 on Sunday.
When he said he did not have one he was punched and hit, suffering injuries to his face, back of the head, chest and wrist.
A Cleveland Police spokesman said: “This is a despicable attack on a vulnerable man who was left with some nasty injuries.
"I’d like to appeal for anyone with any information regarding the man and woman who may be involved, and would urge anyone who may have private CCTV around the area of Duke Street to get in touch.”
Watch: Wednesday's forecast for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Owain Wyn Evans
Weather presenter, BBC Look North
It'll be a cloudy day with very heavy outbreaks of rain, especially in southern Lincolnshire.
Temperatures will get up to about 18C:
Check your Yorkshire train journey
BBC News Travel
If you're making a journey on the rails in Yorkshire this Wednesday morning, there are a large number of delayed and cancelled services due to a points failure between Newcastle and Durham and overrunning engineering works near Mirfield.
For all the latest live updates from the county's main railway stations, click on the links below:
A warning about illegal pesticides has been issued in North Yorkshire after a red kite died as a result of pesticide abuse.
Police say a landowner found the dead bird in Nidderdale in October last year and was concerned criminal activity took place on his land.
An x-ray showed there were two pieces of shot in the bird.
A post-mortem examination found the injury caused by one piece of shot was old and had healed. The damage caused by the second piece was recent but was not a fatal injury.
Toxicological tests then found several poisons in the bird and a report concluded the kite died as a result of the abuse of several pesticides.
North Yorkshire Police say: “The test results suggest someone has access to two illegal poisons and is also placing them, along with a legal pesticide, so that a wild bird has been able to consume them."
Watch: Avoid A64 after serious lorry crash - Police
Police are warning people to avoid the A64 near Malton in North Yorkshire after a serious accident involving two lorries and a car: