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  1. Listed bridge in Worcestershire collapses
  2. Motorists remove roadblocks and drive under low-hanging power cables that closed routes
  3. Farmer's collection of war memorabilia sells for £80,000
  4. Bulls' assistant manager is to leave the club
  5. Updates on Tuesday 24 May 2016

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  1. Weather for the West Midlands

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    Video caption: Weather for the West Midlands.

    Weather for the West Midlands.

  2. World War Two fan's hoard fetches £80k

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    Video caption: World War Two fan's Worcestershire hoard fetches £80k
  3. Our live coverage across the day

    We're back at 08:00 tomorrow with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather, but keep an eye out here for updates through the evening and into the morning.

  4. Bulls say 'thank you' to parade crowds

    The chairman of Hereford FC says the players and club officials were "truly humbled" by the response from the crowds as they took an open-topped bus tour of the city yesterday.

    Jon Hale says after the disappointment of losing the FA Vase final it was "the perfect tonic for them to celebrate their winning three trophies and promotion with supporters".

    Open topped bus parade
    Quote Message: It has been fantastic to see such huge crowds at Edgar Street plus big followings away, to see so many families coming to games, to see schools and community groups engaging with the club and – of course – to see the many thousands of people making the trip to Wembley to support Hereford FC." from Jon Hale
    Jon Hale
  5. Watch: Weather for Herefordshire and Worcestershire

    Lucy Martin

    BBC Weather

    It will be staying dry overnight, but we will see increasing amounts of cloud coming in from the east. 

    It will be feeling rather chilly in the breeze - lows of 8C (46F). Read a full forecast on the BBC Weather website.

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    Video caption: Afternoon weather forecast for the West Midlands
  6. Latest: Listed bridge collapses; major road still closed by power lines; war memorabilia auction raises £80k

    BBC Hereford and Worcester

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - Grade II listed bridge in Worcestershire dating from the 18th Century collapses

    - Main route between Bromsgrove and Redditch remains closed by drooping 60,000 volt power cables.

    - A farmer's collection of war memorabilia sells for £80,000

  7. Military memorabilia auction raises more than £80,000

    The auction of a massive collection of rare war memorabilia has raised more than £80,000 for the Worcestershire farmer who spent a lifetime collecting it.

    John Hancocks, who's 85, decided to sell up so he and his wife Pat, 83, could downsize.  

    John and Pat Hancocks
  8. Picture: Collapsed listed bridge in Worcestershire

    The Grade II listed Eastham Bridge, close to the village of Lidridge, near Tenbury Wells, was built in 1793.

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  9. Travel: Bromsgrove to Redditch road closures to continue during rush hour

    BBC Travel

    Here's the latest on our top story today:

    There were hopes the A448 could be re-opened if a "temporary fix" could be found to raise the cables during rush hour, but this has not been possible. More from BBC Travel.

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    Drooping power lines
  10. Collapsed bridge is a listed structure

    According to the British Listed Buildings website, the Eastham Bridge over the River Teme is a Grade II listed building.

    It was built in 1793 and was originally a toll bridge in private hands.

    The website says Worcestershire County Council bought the bridge in 1907.

    Eastham bridge
  11. Picture: Power lines that closed a major Worcestershire road

    Ben Sidwell

    BBC Midlands Today

    This is why the A448 between Redditch and Bromsgrove is closed - power cables are in fields, trees and over the road.  

    Power cables
  12. Cricket: Worcestershire win after a remarkable bowling performance

    Worcestershire have beaten Leicestershire by seven wickets after they skittled the home side out for only 43 in their second innings.

    Joe Leach (pictured) and Matt Henry took four wickets each to bring about a remarkable batting collapse.

    Joe Leach

    Worcestershire knocked off the 89 runs they needed to win inside three days for the loss of three wickets.

  13. Latest: Warning over driving under low-hanging power cables; military memorabilia auction; Bulls' assistant manager leaves

    Here are some of the main stories we are looking at in Herefordshire and Worcestershire:

    - Motorists warned that moving roadblocks on a route closed by low-hanging power cables is "extremely dangerous"

    - Massive collection of military memorabilia collected by Worcestershire farmer goes up for auction

    - Hereford FC have confirmed their assistant manager Matt Bishop is to leave the club.