The latest stories from the Oxford section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 22 min 32 sec ago
A watchdog orders Thames Valley Police to review its investigation into the death of a Scottish RAF firefighter at an Oxfordshire barracks.
The mother of a 20-month-old girl whose body was discovered in a house in Oxfordshire has been named by police as a murder suspect.
An £8.5m pool complex is set to be built in Oxford after a legal bid by residents to have the land awarded Town Green status is abandoned.
The mother of a 20-month-old girl whose body was discovered in a house has been named by police as a murder suspect.
A Kidlington nursery school faces closure after 25 years in bid to save cash.
A police officer denies charges linked to the selling of personal information.
A man accused of stabbing his adulterous wife to death tells a court he "lost control" after she cut him with a knife during an argument.
Thirty two people are charged over disorder at a football match between Oxford United and Bristol Rovers.
A sewer pipe that has burst three times in four years, flooding fields, is to be replaced.
Brackley-based Mercedes say Paddy Lowe will join the team next month after being granted an early release from his contract with McLaren.
A 65-year-old man is jailed for sexual offences against four young girls.
MP Phillip Lee defends the work of police and social services in bringing child sex abuse charges against seven men in Oxford.
A celebrated Pre-Raphaelite painting that led to a marriage breakdown is acquired by the Ashmolean museum.
The hunt for the mother of a 20-month-old girl who was found dead at her home in Oxfordshire continues.
English seasonal rituals are captured on camera
A man who beheaded a restaurant manager will not have his 19-year sentence reduced by the Court of Appeal.
The father of a 20-month-old girl whose body was found in a house in Bicester pays tribute to his "uniquely beautiful" daughter.
A councillor attends a meeting where Thames Valley's police and crime commissioner's use of a driver is discussed - dressed as a chauffeur.
A new £130m rail route is to be built between Oxford and London Marylebone after a bid to stop the project is turned down by the High Court.
Oxford United defender Scott Davies signs a new one-year contract with the League Two club.