A man and a woman in their 30s were arrested on Queens Drive, Clubmoor following a collision.
Liverpool and England's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain is expected to miss the majority of the new season, says Reds boss Jurgen Klopp
Salford Red Devils sign utility back Ed Chamberlain on a two-year deal following a successful loan from Widnes.
Tranmere Rovers re-sign unattached former Leicester City and Crewe defender Zoumana Bakayogo on a one-year contract.
Team news as Leeds Rhinos host Widnes Vikings in Friday's Super League fixture at Headingley Stadium (20:00 BST).
Team news as Hull KR v Warrington Wolves in Friday's Super League fixture at the KCOM Craven Park (20:00 BST).
Two Labour councillors are separated by colleagues after one calls the other a "rat" at a party meeting.
The judge said banned group National Action had 'truly insidious and evil' aspirations.
Liverpool agree a fee in the region of £66.8m for Roma and Brazil goalkeeper Alisson.
A wholesale Christmas tree grower estimates up to 10,000 of his firs have been affected so far.
It is only a "matter of time" before Jurgen Klopp starts to win trophies at Liverpool, says former chief executive Ian Ayre.
In his first BBC Sport column, heavyweight boxer Tony Bellew outlines the conundrum he faces in deciding whether to fight again.
Wayne Rooney speaks exclusively to BBC Sport about Everton, Manchester United, England and his plans for after his playing career is over.
Liverpool forward Rhian Brewster signs a new long-term contract with the club, reported to be a five-year deal.
Wirral Council has shelved a plan to ban dogs from some beaches after more than 8,500 people objected.
Liverpool make an offer to sign Roma's Brazilian goalkeeper Alisson, reported to be £62m.
Team news as Wigan Warriors host St Helens in Thursday's Super League fixture at the DW Stadium (19:45 BST).
A fatally-stabbed boy's family ask people to help police and "stop any further children being killed".
Lawyers for Graham Mackrell argued his case should be heard by a different jury.
The ban will affect people in north-west England but other firms say they have no plans to follow suit.