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- Updates on Tuesday 23 August
The BBC Local Live service for Hampshire, Dorset and the Isle of Wight will resume tomorrow at 08:00.
Thanks for joining us and we will see you again in the morning.
Hampshire are playing away at Somerset - you can follow all the action with BBC Sport.
The visitors are 281 for 6 at the close of the first day, with the game due to resume at 11:00 tomorrow.Copyright: BBC Sport
There are still delays on Hampshire's motorways and major roads this evening.
The M271, M27, A3, A31, A34 and A35 are all heavy going, thanks to a combination of crashes, breakdowns and weight of traffic.
It will be fine and very warm this evening, with plenty more sunshine to end the day.
All parts will remain dry and rather humid overnight, with lows of about 17C (62F).Copyright: BBC
Tomorrow will remain dry with a fair amount of sunshine.
However, it will turn cloudier with a risk of thundery showers by the evening.
Highs of about 24C (75F).Copyright: BBC
For a full 10-day forecast, visit the BBC Weather site.
BBC Weather WatchersCopyright: PhilM
Thanks to PhilM for uploading this photo of Lyme Regis on to our Weather Watchers page earlier.
Police are investigating the death of a man at a property in Southampton.
Officers were called shortly before midday to reports a man's body had been found at an address in Oakley Road.
A police spokesman said the death is currently being treated as unexplained.Copyright: BBC
The poet and broadcaster Pam Ayres has written a specially-commissioned piece to mark the return of Team GB from the Rio Olympics.
It was written for BBC local radio and is being broadcast as the team arrives back in the UK.
Team GB came second in the medal table with 27 golds.
There have been at least nine burglaries in Portsmouth since Monday 15 August involving homes with open windows.
Items stolen include tablets, smartphones and bank cards.
Roads targeted include Northern Parade, Phoenix Square, Jervis Road, Strode Road, Burbidge Grove, Nettlestone Road, Boulton Road, Jessie Road and Outram Road.Quote Message: Opportunistic thieves take advantage of insecure homes, therefore I would urge residents to ensure they lock windows and doors securely before going to bed and to not leave valuables on display. from Det Sgt Martin Crocker Hampshire Constabulary
Police are trying to find Farai Kambarami, 25, who has links to Portsmouth, London, Surrey and Wolverhampton, in connection with an attempted murder in Milton Keynes yesterday.
A 34-year-old woman was driving in central MK when a black Honda CR-V, registration BT57 0FE, struck her. She drove to a car park but was followed by the man in the Honda.
He got out of the car and attacked her with what police believe to be a knife, leaving her with stab wounds to the throat and arm.Copyright: Thames Valley Police
Scores of villagers in Charlton Down near Dorchester were left without telephone landline services, including internet, for up to four days.
BT confirmed a power cut in the area had affected the service to "dozens rather than hundreds" of customers over "a number of days".Copyright: Google
The company said "additional complications" meant lines were not reconnected after the power came back.
All lines should have been reconnected this afternoon, a spokesman said.
Workers on Southern trains are to stage a 48-hour strike on 7 and 8 September in the continuing dispute over the role of guards, the RMT union has announced.
The union is fighting plans by Southern owner Govia Thameslink (GTR) to turn conductors into "on-board supervisors", with drivers taking over responsibility for opening and closing carriage doors.Copyright: PA
Services have been disrupted for months due to industrial action.
Changes to the role of guards were imposed from Sunday.
Workers at Southern Railway, which runs services in Hampshire, are to stage a 48-hour strike on 7 and 8 September, the RMT union says.
CCTV has been released of a car thought to be involved in a hit-and-run crash which left a man with life-changing injuries.
The red Vauxhall van is believed to have struck the 79-year-old in Grosvenor Road, Aldershot at about 22:15 on 3 July.
There's one lane closed and queuing traffic on the M3 northbound between junction 9 for the A34 Winnal Roundabout and junction 8, A30 Andover, because of an accident.
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