Lloyd Deacon's single kick to Gary Bassett's head caused a fatal brain injury.
Motorist Tammy Langton and lorry driver Anthony Cheshire are accused of causing death by dangerous driving.
Leaked document reveals 41 cases where patients were either harmed or died during ambulance delays.
Matthew Horne hurled a stress ball at a fellow officer's throat and pushed him into a desk.
Stuart Lubbock was found floating in a pool at the home of entertainer Michael Barrymore in 2001.
East of England Ambulance Service says Mark Patten's decision had been made some time ago.
High winds cause major disruption to Essex's rail network and blow the roof off a Jaywick pub.
Police request a review of the Angel's licence after early morning assaults.
Phyllis Reeve said she gets "satisfaction" from her work as it helps "make children happy".
Jobie Newland charges a woman £6,000 for a botched repair to a flat roof.
John Pordage died in August after the shooting at a BP garage in Chelmsford.
Robotic skeleton enables paralysed war veteran to take first dog walk.
A teenager who is accused of killing John Pordage at a BP garage is on the run from police.
Rochdale's home game against Southend United in League One is postponed because of a waterlogged pitch.
Live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Colchester United and Grimsby Town.
Defending champion Ronnie O'Sullivan has been struggling with illness and says he is "glad" to be out of the Masters after losing 6-1 to Mark Allen.
Southend United boss Phil Brown is put on gardening leave by the League One club while the two parties agree a settlement.
Many federal agencies will close as Republicans and Democrats fail to pass a short-term budget.
Children were among the 15 people who died trying to cross from Syria into Lebanon in a snowstorm.
Boonchai Bach is accused of heading of one Asia's biggest illegal wildlife smuggling networks.
The bus taking families on a skiing trip crashed in the north-west in reportedly good road conditions.
North Korea will send 22 athletes to compete in three sports at the Winter Olympics in South Korea in February.
The defence secretary points to "growing threats" from Russia and China.
Tribal elders call on him to help protect them, saying they are being driven from their lands.
Forty-seven people were killed in one of the worst rail disasters in Canadian history.
His family believes he was overusing prescription medication when he died in October, aged 66.
Its closure is likely to have an impact on a nearby favela as many people there rely on scavenging.
Mr Trump, who previously supported abortion access, says the laws are "wrong" and should "change".
Aly Raisman and Jordyn Wieber confront former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar in court.
Protests are planned across the US this weekend - here's what you need to know
Profoundly deaf six-year-old Maisie Sly is the star of The Silent Child, a short film which could be vying for an Oscar.
The police woman, whose horse was startled during Pope Francis' visit to Chile, is recovering in hospital.
A new film, Pad Man, charts one man's 20-year bid to make cheaper sanitary towels available in India.
Fernando Trujillo works in dangerous areas of the Amazon to save the rare species.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has taken part in a traditional Orthodox ritual to mark the feast of Epiphany.
The reality TV star says she felt an instant connection with Chicago, who was delivered by surrogate.
Would-be pilots saved from expulsion after social media steps in to defend their 'fooling around'.
Seoul government cracks down on unmuzzled dogs as animal laws are tightened.
Spring Scent is the latest homegrown app available to North Korea's 3.5 million smartphone owners.
Belarusian border guards catch a smugglers' drone being sent in along a railway line.
The French president had enough reasons to keep smiling this week, writes the BBC's Hugh Schofield.
Should the public have the right to see which animals are being caught up in commercial fishing nets?
As the Turpin family allegations shock the world, we look at how cases of extreme abuse can happen.
Nearly five years after a rail disaster, a small Canadian town still grapples with the aftermath.
Schoolchildren bullied Nadia Sparkes for picking up litter from the streets.
Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, people should talk more about mental health.
As a government shutdown looms, the BBC asks federal workers what it might mean for them.
Pole dancing instructor Kathy Buller said the pursuit was "very athletic".
One of the worst attacks on civilians during the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Drinking takeaway coffee is a way of life in many parts of the world. So why do Italians refuse to do it?
Rhinos are sleeping on pine scented beds at Woburn Safari Park.
Adolescence now lasts until 24, say some scientists, with people delaying marriage and parenthood.
A survey of thousands of young people across the world reveal what influences their career aspirations.
Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.
Philip Ellis lost his labouring job when the construction giant collapsed.
Bren Orton plunged down the Big Banana falls in Mexico, setting a British record.
Channel 9's promo for its Today show was copied, at moments, word for word from the BBC's promo video.
Fans of Meghan Markle describe what they like so much about the future wife of Prince Harry.
The two brothers behind the idea have named the bar in memory of their mother Carol.
The 8ft-tall bronze monument is being created in West Sussex, but will be located in Manchester.
Ross Edmonds, 26, of Bowmans Court, Hemel Hempstead, left the road and smashed in to a car park.
An MP describes meeting people who had been gang-raped, seen their husbands murdered and their babies thrown on to a fire.
Rebecca Loos says the disgraced celebrity publicist Max Clifford offered her £1 million to do a sex tape.