Macey Hogan was killed after her mum sent the toddler's father "one last picture" of her.
The theme park says at no point was "guest safety compromised".
Great Britain's Adam Peaty defends his 50m breaststroke title to complete a World Aquatics Championships double-double.
The formidable under-11s Leek Town Strikers are hoping to persuade more girls to join the sport.
The 17cm item was a ceremonial object to give the constable "authority", say auctioneers.
Britain's Adam Peaty sets a 50m breaststroke world record for the second time in a day, becoming the first person to break the 26-second mark.
Jude Liversage has become an ambassador for Together We Will, a new campaign to encourage more people with disabilities to take up sport.
DNA testing shows mystery body found in 1971 is not missing Llangollen man John Henry Jones.
Two polar guides have been married in the first official wedding ceremony in the British Antarctic Territory (BAT).
A mother says a wasted operation on her son pushed her over the edge and spurred her into action.
He says he prizes "equilibrium" above all and shuns the spotlight - his manager says he loves "stripping off and oiling up". BBC Sport assesses the rise of Adam Peaty, swimming's grounded showman.
Great Britain's Adam Peaty retains his 100m World Championship breaststroke title and Ben Proud wins 50m butterfly gold.
Burnley sign defender Phil Bardsley from Premier League rivals Stoke City on a two-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The US top general says President Trump needs to issue guidance before any changes come into effect.
The White House aides says Trump's chief of staff is "gonna need to speak for his actions".
Five things you didn't know about the man whose wealth is valued at more than $90bn.
Muslims re-enter East Jerusalem site after Israel fully removes its controversial security set-up.
The late night chat show host sung L-G-B-T to the tune of L-O-V-E as he called out the president on his military trans ban
President Macron says this could stop people not eligible for asylum from "taking crazy risks".
The sniffer dog used her individual scent, preserved in advance for emergencies, to track her down.
Sperm was taken from Det Wenjian Liu and frozen on the night of his death in December 2014.
Stefan Lofven rejects calls for a snap vote amid a security crisis over the handling of public data.
A spinning pendulum ride tossed its passengers into the air at high speed, officials say.
Outrage erupts in Malaysia after an MP said women denying their husbands sex amounted to "abuse".
The singer was said to be travelling at an "extremely slow speed" when the collision occurred.
Palestinians cheer as Israeli police remove security measures at a key Jerusalem holy site.
The animals, including bears, lions and tigers, are now having treatment before finding new homes.
But gusts of wind still threaten to fuel blazes near the Cote d'Azur, officials warn.
Christmas has come early for Lapland zoo polar bears with snow in July.
The White House says it will decide "soon" on the fate of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Researchers living near the active Hawaiian Volcano Mauna Loa are simulating what it's like to "live" on Mars.
A video showing a group of friends swimming in the Verzasca river has inspired hundreds of tourists.
Moon Jae-in makes good his election promise to adopt a rescued animal as the country's "First Dog".
Village dubbed the "Maldives of Milan" is being turned into an "open air toilet", residents say.
Mud-meets-music festival brings in "high quality" muck from abroad.
Authorities suspect people are signalling support for an attempted coup with their clothing.
Should Ukrainian TV keep people from speaking Russian on it? One guest's actions have sparked a debate.
More than a million prescriptions are paid for every year, and many go to retired personnel.
Seventy years after India and Pakistan won their independence, why are relations still tense?
An active duty soldier was preparing for a promotion ceremony, but now his plans are in chaos.
It has achieved a century of independence by carefully manoeuvring around its massive neighbour.
The EU wants to shut down the migrant route from Libya, but deaths on the Mediterranean are on the rise.
How Lapland firms have adapted to the permanent light of Arctic summers.
A young dinosaur fan noticed an incorrect image on a museum sign about Oviraptors.
Investigations are continuing into the death of Taiyah Peebles who is thought to have been electrocuted.
Saffie Roussos was among 22 people killed when a suicide bomber attacked Manchester Arena.
Carole Shipsey says not enough was done by staff at Worcester Royal Hospital to save her daughter.
From prejudice to pride, this is a story of double-lives, suicides and brave fights.
The church damaged by graffiti faces a £500 insurance excess fee but the community is trying to help.
Earl Spencer says he was 'lied to' over princes' wish to follow Diana's coffin
People wade into the water to help save a dolphin which was stranded close to the shore
Bella the Labrador ate Jackie Walker and Scott Willis' wedding cake on the morning of their big day.
Two men are captured on CCTV shooting a man and robbing his wife.
Jude is nine years old and was born with cerebral palsy. His father started a football club in Stoke-on-Trent so Jude could play with kids like him.
Millie Osman, 22, was diagnosed with leukaemia aged two.
A "melting" mud sculpture is unveiled in Trafalgar Square to remember the Battle of Passchendaele.