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After seven years of service Paul West retires with major changes facing the force.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
She has spent 15 years in prison for the stabbing of her boyfriend in Alvechurch.
We speak to the Redditch company which has supplied £12m of orders to the Olympic stadium.
The car industry in this area is highlighting a shortage of skilled staff to fill jobs.
Ellie Targett was born in Oslo and still has family and friends in the country.
The parents of Natasha McBryde say internet bullying drove her to suicide.
Meet the cricketer who can spin and bowl the ball, despite the fact he has no arms!
Jane Butterworth was an agony aunt at the News Of The World for 15 years.
We have Herefordshire's and the Daily Mail's Quentin Letts giving us his view.
Another day, another head rolls in the hacking scandal which has consumed the media.
Howard Bentham and Toni McDonald with the best start to the day: news, sport and laughter.
Is this the end of the local education authority? We speak to Worcester MP Robin Walker.
Worcestershire County Council propose staff taking three days unpaid leave each year.
There were over 4,000 fly tipping incidents in our area in the past year.
We speak to a bereaved local mother whose son died in Afghanistan about phone hacking.
Figures published in Worcestershire show vulnerable adults are seven times more at risk.
A report out today says the burden of cost on the old and vulnerable should be reduced.
We celebrate the re-opening of Droitwich Canal after four decades of campaigning.