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Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Middlesbrough and Brighton & Hove Albion.
Labour's Barry Coppinger is re-elected as Cleveland's Police and Crime Commissioner.
Labour's Ron Hogg is re-elected Durham's Police and Crime Commissioner, 32,118 votes ahead of his nearest rival.
As Middlesbrough and Brighton meet for a Premier League spot, BBC Sport looks back at other memorable final-day deciders.
England batsman Joe Root signs a new contract with Yorkshire, keeping him at Headingley until at least December 2019.
Labour retains its majority on Hartlepool Council, while UKIP gains three seats.
Promotion to the Premier League will be worth at least £170m to Middlesbrough or Brighton, who face each other on Saturday.
Hartlepool United's annual supporters dress-up this year will see fans head to Plymouth dressed as Stormtroopers.
A teacher who shared images of child sex abuse with a paedophile she was having an online relationship is jailed for 18 months.
North East MPs are expressing their fears for the health of the region's ambulance service.
A potash mine in East Cleveland is issued with an improvement notice after a fire broke out hundreds of metres below the sea bed.
Two rural schools will remain open and a third will not be merged after meetings between council officials and teachers.
Darlington Council approves £200,000 funding to repair Darlington's covered market and help attract a private investor.
A woman injured in a horse-riding accident in Egypt has returned home after surgery funded by well-wishers.
Sonic booms caused by Typhoon jets are captured on CCTV in North Yorkshire.
Researchers in the US believe they are a step closer to finding the Endeavour, the ship in which Middlesbrough explorer Captain Cook sailed to Australia in 1768.
Six months after the steelworks in Redcar closed, what do people there think of the government's plans to invest in Port Talbot?
As Wales' steel industry hangs in the balance, what lessons can Port Talbot learn from Redcar?