A mother accused of poisoning her daughter with medications is cleared by a jury at her trial after a judge said there was no case to answer.
Plans to build a new fire station on the site of a former working boys home are withdrawn after objections from conservation groups.
A pilot scheme for out-of-hours GP appointments begins in Herefordshire.
Hereford United is charged with misconduct by the FA, over allegations its major shareholder did not have the correct permissions in place.
Renovation work begins on a 14th Century building which narrowly escaped being demolished in the 1960s.
Worcester City are handed a plum FA Cup first round tie against 1987 winners Coventry City at the Ricoh Arena.
Tiff Eden clocks up an 18-point haul as Worcester Warriors maintain their winning start in the British & Irish Cup.
A grant of £300,000 is given to Hereford Cathedral to spend repairing several roofs.
A Herefordshire oak makes the shortlist to be named England's "Tree of the Year".
World number one Michael van Gerwen beats Terry Jenkins to win the European Championship title in Muelheim, Germany.
Four men are "lucky to be alive" after a crash in a Herefordshire lane.
The political headlines from the West Midlands
Will a Hereford contestant supply the winning Christmas tree for No 10 Downing Street?
Hereford United promises a new investor will be brought in before the next court hearing into unpaid debts.
Hereford United pay a debt of nearly £50,000 following Herefordshire Council's attempts to repossess its ground.
A horse farmer who forced a "terrified" vulnerable man from Kidderminster to work unpaid for 13 years in "modern day slavery" is jailed for four-and-a-half years.
Herefordshire Council attempts to repossess Hereford United Football Club's ground over unpaid rent and fees totalling nearly £50,000.
England's newest cricket star Moeen Ali speaks to the BBC about his sport and his religion.
A £35m plan to reorganise hospital services in Worcestershire faces delays.