The latest stories from the Gloucestershire section of the BBC News web site.
Updated: 31 min 53 sec ago
BBC Sport presents an extensive team-by-team guide for the 2014-15 Premiership campaign.
The family of a young woman who was killed while crossing a road say they have been "devastated" by her death.
Australian opener Michael Klinger agrees to return to Gloucestershire from May 2015 for a third season at the club.
A Banksy mural on the wall of a Cheltenham house could be listed under a bid being submitted to the council.
US President Barack Obama lands at Fairford on his way to the two-day Nato summit of world leaders at Newport.
A £150,000 grant for "urgent repairs" to a Gloucestershire theatre is approved by Tewkesbury Borough Council.
Former Gloucester and England winger James Simpson-Daniel says he feels "in mourning" after announcing his retirement.
A weir in Tewkesbury will be preserved during "much-needed" flood alleviation works, the borough council says.
Boss Mark Yates says there is still more to come from Cheltenham, after their Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Oxford.
The parents of a Gloucestershire student, murdered in France more than twenty years ago, are to unveil a plaque at her old school.
Gloucester and former England winger James Simpson-Daniel is forced to retire with immediate effect because of injury.
A scheme to vaccinate badgers against TB near hotspot areas is launched ahead of a planned cull in Gloucestershire.
Campaigners submit a bid to buy the site of a 15th Century Wars of the Roses battlefield to protect its future.
A major exhibition featuring the work of 60 sculptors including Damien Hirst, has opened at Gloucester Cathedral.
Could chip and pin be open to "skimming"?