Crystal Palace fans say they were struck with batons and "treated like cattle".
Nine homes run by Sussex Health Care are being investigated over alleged lack of care of 43 people.
Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Premier League game between Crystal Palace and Brighton & Hove Albion.
All lines between Dorking and Horsham have been blocked since Thursday evening.
A sports coach kissed and massaged pupils leading to years of complaints, a jury hears.
A BBC analysis has identified the services with the worst waiting times as performance slumps to record low.
Teenagers from schools and colleges across Sussex and London have been learning how to build and program a robot during a WP programme on campus.
Johanna Konta will lead Great Britain's Fed Cup team when they play Japan in the World Group II play-offs on 21-22 April.
The Brighton Belle carried passengers in glamorous style between Brighton and London.
PC Alexander Walsh, who is based in Brighton, is accused of groping and stalking a woman.
A university partnership set up to promote entrepreneurship based on social-science research has been awarded five million pounds by Research England.
A project to sequence DNA from ancient remains may solve a puzzle involving people from south-east Britain.
A study of 500 British town centres says a net total of 1,772 shops closed last year.
The top-ranking American Studies department has been given further reason for cheer after scooping three awards at a prestigious ceremony.
A former University of Sussex economics student has become Botswana’s youngest-ever government minister.
Professor to lead bid to help UK harness the power of sound and become an emerging technology global leader
A University of Sussex professor has been handed the task of making the UK a world-leader in technology which harnesses the power of sound waves.
Evidence from so-called paedophile hunters is increasingly being used in prosecutions, BBC finds.
Richard Holder is the second Sussex Police officer to have been caught advertising sex in two years.
A pupil felt "deeply uncomfortable" when she was touched by sports teacher Ajaz Karim, a jury hears.
Daniel Doherty provided false documentation for illegally bred dogs which were then sold.