- West Midlands flood warnings prompt 'remain vigilant' alert
- Upton-upon-Severn body: Man held on suspicion of murder
- Pershore Bridge flood-trapped drivers rescued as warnings remain
- West Midland trains face 'significant' disruption due to strikes
- Worcester University student in meningitis warning after collapse
BBC Suffolk News Feeds
- Acid attack victim Adele Bellis 'grateful for the NHS'
- Duchess of Cambridge opens hospice with 'army of little helpers'
- BBC Children in Need: 'I'm gay and I have no gender and that's fine'
- Lowestoft Bascule Bridge re-opens after fault fixed
- 'Noah's Ark' floating museum docks at Ipswich in first UK visit
- Whale carcass washes up on Felixstowe beach
- Suffolk library ban for person who defecated in sink
- Corrie Mckeague's brother bids to restore missing airman's sports car
- Overturned lorry closes A14 at Bury St Edmunds
- Grace Millane murder accused 'struggled to put body in suitcase'
BBC Somerset News Feed
- Yeovil Town v Dover Athletic
- Bath Prior Park's crayfish-damaged dam restoration work begins
- Heineken European Champions Cup: Bath pick England World Cup trio for Ulster game
- Jamie Roberts: Bath centre hopes to catch new Wales boss Wayne Pivac's eye
- Stourbridge zoo-escape stork spotted in Burnham-on-Sea
BBC Oxford News Feed
- Boy held after Oxford city assault victim dies
- The art of hunting down stolen treasures
- Man dies after being assaulted in Oxford
- RAF Benson pilot 'felt like a monster' after partner's attack
- Ivory and gold false teeth found in field up for sale at auction
- Boris Johnson Balliol College ban not going ahead
- England floods: Major disruption on trains as rain persists
- Blenheim Palace gold toilet theft: sixth person arrested
- Oxford United: Club agree deal to take over long-term lease of training ground
- Children in Need: Youth club helps young people with autism
BBC Birmingham News Feeds
BBC London News Feed
- Women's Super League: Tottenham Hotspur 0-2 Arsenal
- Terry O'Neill: British photographer to the stars dies aged 81
- Women's Super League: Chelsea 1-0 Manchester United
- Women's Super League: Manchester City 5-0 West Ham United
- Jennifer Arcuri says Boris Johnson 'cast me aside like some gremlin'
- The growing importance of the night-time economy
- England parking charges: Councils 'made £930m in a year'
- Richmond Green: Teenager stabbed during street fight
- Uber's paradox: Gig work app traps and frees its drivers
- Urban Flames: Young people's choir opens London's Jazz Festival
Arsenal beat north London rivals Tottenham in front of a Women's Super League record crowd at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
He took some of the first photographs of The Beatles, and his death is described as the "end of an era".
Maren Mjelde's penalty puts Chelsea back top of the Women's Super League as they beat Man Utd in front of a record WSL crowd.
Georgia Stanway scores twice but is later sent off as Manchester City pick up a commanding win against West Ham.
Woman at centre of misconduct controversy says her requests to him for media advice had been "blocked".
The UK's night-time economy is now said to be the UK's fifth-biggest industry with annual revenues of £66bn.
The councils making the most money from parking are mainly in London, the RAC Foundation says.
The 17-year-old is in hospital after being attacked in Richmond Green.
Ride pick-up app's algorithm offers drivers freedom while trapping them at the same time, experts say.
Urban Flames, a London youth choir will open the capital's jazz festival with a song it's written.
Live coverage of Saturday's National League game between Barnet and Stockport County.
Live coverage of Saturday's League Two game between Leyton Orient and Scunthorpe United.
Live coverage of Saturday's League One game between Blackpool and AFC Wimbledon.
Rafael Nadal misses out on a place in the ATP Finals last four as defending champion Alexander Zverev claims the last semi-final spot.
People in UK tower blocks are unable to re-mortgage or sell their homes because of cladding.
Noel Brown and his daughter Marie were both found dead in a flat in south London, in 2017.
Lady Lane Market opens after Tower Hamlets Council found that most stallholders are usually male.
A look at how BBC Children in Need money is supporting the work of children's hospice, Richard House.
Hong Kong's Justice Secretary Teresa Cheng was surrounded by protesters in London.
Team news as ASM Clermont Auvergne host Harelquins in Saturday's Champions Cup fixture at the Parc des Sports Marcel Michelin, Clermont (17:30 BST).