That's all from the BBC Local Live team for today, the service will resume from 08:00 on Friday.
- Updates on Thursday 10 March 2016
- News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Friday
BBC Local Live
This evening's top stories:
- Witney residents will have the chance to re-elect David Cameron in 2020 after he confirmed he wants to continue as a constituency MP after he stands down as PM
- Drivers have been warned to take care on flooded roads after three people had to be rescued
- Waiting times have got worse for A&E in Oxfordshire with 84% of patients being seen within four hours, below the government target of 95%
The cloud should lift and break up this evening, leaving clear spells and frost overnight.Copyright: BBC
Towns and cities will see lows of 2C (36F), but rural areas could see temperatures of -2C (28F).
You can get a full 10-day forecast on the BBC Weather site.
Sports editor, BBC Radio Oxford
This evening's top sport stories:
- Oxford United boss Michael Appleton says they are playing a guessing game over the potential return of captain Jake Wright from a hamstring injury
- Gary Boyd, the golfer from Middleton Cheney, says his early start was key to his fine first round of 69 at the True Thailand Classic
Presenter, BBC South Today
On South Today this evening: GPs under too much pressure, and patients who can't get appointments. We're at the Oxfordshire surgery that says it's reaching crisis point.
Also, David Cameron confirms he'll stand again as MP for Witney when he stops being prime minister.
And the hole that suddenly appeared in a family's garden. We'll be investigating what could have caused it.
Join Geraldine Peers for that and more at 18:30.
BBC Radio Oxford presenter
The government may have rejected the petition that received hundreds of thousands of signatures, calling for all children to be vaccinated against meningitis B, but a private Oxford clinic says it has been inundated with calls from parents requesting immunisation for their children in recent weeks.
We'll hear from the clinic, and the Oxford Vaccine Group which helped develop the drug, and agrees with the government that offering it to all children would not be the best use of NHS money.
Join Charles Nove for that and the rest of Oxfordshire's top stories from 07:00.
A&E delays in England have reached record levels, official figures show, with 88.7% of patients dealt with in four hours.Copyright: Thinkstock
Oxfordshire was even lower with 84% of patients seen in the four-hour target. The target is 95%.
Two men who dedicate their lives to catching American invaders in Oxfordshire's waterways say there are plenty more Crayfish in the sea.
The Great Western train line, which runs services through Didcot and Oxford, needs to have more competition, according to a report by the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA).Copyright: GWR
The watchdog report said competition resulted in lower fares and a growth in passenger numbers.
BBC School Report
It's School Report Day, and more than 30,000 pupils across the UK are making and reporting the news.
For South Today, we enlisted Qasem and his friends from the Oxford Spires Academy to make a special report for us.
They wanted to investigate whether allowing refugees into Oxford would affect the chances of the homeless being rehoused.
BBC Oxford travel presenter
- In Oxford it's getting busy on all outbound routes, particularly Marston Ferry Road, St Clements and London Road
- There are roads still affected by flooding, including Chipping Norton Road from Ascot-under-Wychwood, and the road from Islip to Merton
- On the A40 it's taking 20 minutes to get from Cassington to the roadworks at Wolvercote
You can get the latest on the BBC Travel site.
Henley rugby player Amy Atkinson lifted 90kg in the bench press at the final of British Unequipped Full Power Championships at Kings Lynn, bettering the previous record of 88kg.
Oxford University has come top in a Times Higher Education ranking of European universities.Copyright: BBC
The UK dominated the list, taking nearly a quarter of places and forming seven of the top 10.
Institutions were judged on their teaching and research environments, research influence, industry income and international outlook.
BBC Radio Oxford
The group behind a proposed hydroelectric power scheme on Goring Weir say they have been inundated with messages welcoming the planning approval last night.
Concerns over noise and a negative impact on the area's natural beauty were raised, but Tim Chatterton from the Goring and Streatley Sustainability Group said the scheme has "significant support".Quote Message: We've been delighted at being inundated by messages of support and congratulations today... and I'd like to thank all the people who supported us over the years either in putting effort in on the project... or through funding. We've received funding from both Goring and Streatley parish councils, district councils on both sides of the river, the partnerships that govern the areas of outstanding natural beauty and also the Low Carbon Hub organisation. from Tim Chatterton Goring and Streatley Sustainability Group
BBC Radio Oxford
Earlier today, David Cameron told BBC Radio Oxford that he intends to continue as Witney MP even after he finishes his second term as prime minister and hands over the top job.Copyright: Reuters
This afternoon we're asking: would you want the then ex-PM to represent you in Parliament, and hearing what happens to leaders when they lose, or step away from power.
Join David Prever from 16:00.
Striking junior doctors took their protest to David Cameron's Witney constituency office this afternoon.
The 48-hour strike will continue until tomorrow morning at 08:00.
BBC Local Live
Oxfordshire's top stories today:
- Oxfordshire GPs support junior doctors in their strike action, according to a Henley surgery which says it is close to breaking point
- A community hydroelectric power scheme in Goring has received "significant support" after being granted planning permission
- Oxford University has topped the Times Higher Education list of European universities
Mark Ronson, Kaiser Chiefs and X Factor star Ella Henderson will headline the music portion of this year's Big Feastival in Kingham.
The fifth year of the event at Blur star Alex James' Cotswold Farm will also see visits from chefs including Jamie Oliver, Raymond Blanc and Tom Kerridge, and family entertainment from Dick and Dom and Cbeebies star Justin Fletcher.
It takes place this year between 26 and 28 August.
It may be a couple of months until May, but if you want to vote in the forthcoming elections then you need to register by Monday 18 April to take part, the Electoral Commission says.Copyright: PA
To register to vote you can visit the website and, if you’re unsure as to whether you’re registered or not, or want to find out more about voting and taking part in the elections, then you can visit the voter information website here.