We're on picket lines and outside schools as offices stay shut and teachers stay away.
BBC Hereford & Worcester
We look forward to the chancellor’s mini-budget with the latest analysis from 6am.
A local Liberal Democrat's criticisms over care for the elderly at Alexandra Hospital.
Howard Bentham and Toni McDonald with the best start to the day: news, sport and laughter.
We also take the brand new bus in Herefordshire inspired by the Big Society!
A new report out nationally says the elderly are not being cared for properly.
The man who helped bring down apartheid passed in Worcester on Saturday.
Help us raise money and break a world record! It's Gnometastic!
The council cabinet will discuss selling off properties the youth clubs use.
The survey by USwitch says speeds vary in Evesham town by up two thirds!
We hear of a new campaign to stop tax increases in 2012.
Where is the euro? Will Silvio Berlusconi's retirement help the currency recover?
We hear about the Redditch man whose family says he was starved to death in hospital.
Benefit fraud costs everyone £765 a year. In the two counties it's £800,000 per annum.
Worcester pays tribute to cricket legend Graham Dilley today at a memorial service.
The TUC's youth unemployment figures make stark reading for our young people.
Vivak Anand from Stourport was ony sixty feet behind the accident as it happened.