An investigation led by the BBC has revealed that 1 in 36 Etruria and Hanley residents are asylum seekers.
Clive Myrie visited Staffordshire University and the StaffsLive newsroom for an interview giving us an insight into his career, on and off screen.
On BBC Music Day the BBC aims to “bring the nation together”. It celebrates the power of music and it’s ability to transform and change lives.
A recent investigation has revealed that Stoke-on-Trent is one of the cities that has had the biggest increase in damaged roads from 2009 – 2017.
Stoke-on-Trent was named as one of thirteen local authority areas in England, that saw an increase in the proportion of their roads being deemed poor.
It’s that time of year again where people up and down the UK have been raising money to help change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK.
North Staffordshire’s YMCA is to feature on BBC1’s Panorama to show how the centre has coped in a deprived area.
A Panorama team is filming for five weeks to show what goes on at the charity.
When a Newcastle-under-Lyme teenager sang at a Burslem pub at an open mic night, he could not have imagined it would change his life forever.
Nineteen-year-old Jake Shakeshaft sang a cover of Nina Simone’s ‘Feeling Good’ at The Leopard pub last year.
Trentham Gardens in Staffordshire has scooped the BBC Countryfile’s Garden of the Year award for 2014/15.
The popular attraction beat off the likes of Kew Gardens to scoop the prize.
Taxi drivers in Stoke-on-Trent have hit back over claims they overcharge disabled customers.
An Inside Out programme made by the BBC alleged that black cabs in Stoke overcharge disabled users compared to able-bodied customers has sparked anger among taxi drivers.
It’s not every day you live out a childhood dream.
“My agent called me and said the BBC were looking for people to play Stoke City players and I just said WHAT?” laughs Stoke-on-Trent actor and lifelong Potter Toby Decann.