How public sector strikes are affecting Hereforshire and Worcestershire.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
We speak to a Bromsgrove teacher who says he can't afford not to strike for his pension.
We get the local angle on the Local Government Association's conference in Birmingham.
What do you plan on doing ? Taking a day off work or buying child care?
Crash! Olympic ticket website goes down, Bang! Keep trying.. Wallop! Have we got tickets?
Is "corporate litter" the bane of modern times, or are we all responsible for the mess?
How do you feel about up to 20,000 new homes to be built across the county?
Why are there 30% more children in care in Worcestershire than there were three years ago?
We set up a match between a 40-year-old reporter and 90-year-old tennis champ! Who wins?
Attracting visitors from across the country, it's worth millions to the local economy.
We reveal new hospitals and schools will cost taxpayers nearly six times initial cost.
It's the big move for the market as it closes after 100 years , the last day of trading.
You give us your views on the subject and tell your stories.
After a downpour yesterday, we find out that we could face water restrictions this year.
Numbers of Staffordshire bull terriers in our dog homes have trebled in last three years.
Howard's joined by Toni McDonald. Hear why a Herefordshire school is being evacuated.
Howard's joined by Toni McDonald. Hear about the 24-stone teenager from Worcestershire.
A look at why numbers of cuckoos have gone down by two thirds in the past 30 years.
A look at new guidelines for children's clothing.
Howard's joined by Toni McDonald. The latest on the Alexandra Hospital and Hay Festival.
James Cracknell and Maureen Lipman at the Hay Festival. The fight for Olympic tickets.
Howard talks about the rise of e-books. Low river levels bring talks of a drought.