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- Second Didcot body indentified
- Man charged over A34 deaths
- Oxford University review says benefits of statins underestimated
People are being urged to keep their dogs on a lead around livestock after six sheep were chased into a river and drowned.
The animals were pulled from the River Thames in on the Earth Trust Farm in Little Wittenham, Oxfordshire.
Five were already dead and the sixth later died of shock and water inhalation.
Owner Emma Blomfield said she was "absolutely gutted".
A primary school that was evacuated due to structural issues with its roof will not reopen until Wednesday.
Parents were contacted on Tuesday to collect their children from West Kidlington Primary School in Oxfordshire.
Headteacher Simon Isherwood said his priority was making the school safe.
A new statement on the school's website thanked parents for their "patience and understanding during this challenging time".
The indoor pools at White Horse Leisure and Tennis Centre closed for 10 weeks over the summer for maintenance.
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Police are appealing for help to trace the owner of 10 horses that were abandoned in a field.
On Sunday, the owner of a field off the A418 Thame bypass, near Priest End, found the horses left after a padlock was broken.
The horses are a mixture of white and brown in colour, and were in a poor condition.
Anyone with information should call police on 101.
A man has sustained a serious head injury following a multiple vehicle collision in Grove this morning.
Emergency services were called to the A338 at about 07:20.
The man has been taken to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford for treatment.
A perfect storm of high living costs and national challenges facing pubs has been blamed for the price of beer in Oxfordshire. Research released today by the Good Pub Guide showed the average price of a pint is £3.62.
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There's stop-start traffic on the A34 northbound between Hinksey Hill Interchange and Bicester.
A man has appeared in court charged with causing death by dangerous driving following a crash in which a mother and three children died.
The eight-vehicle crash happened on the A34 northbound between Chieveley and West Ilsley in Berkshire on 10 August.
Tomasz Kroker, 30, of Andover, has been charged with four counts of death by dangerous driving and one of causing serious injury by dangerous driving.
He was remanded in custody to appear at Reading Crown Court on 10 October.
Al Ryan, who has been sitting in for David Prever on the drive time show this week, was joined by James Luxford, movie critic for the Radio Times, to talk about the latest releases.
They discuss reports that Daniel Craig has been offered $150m to make two more Bond films and James reviews the big blockbuster release of the week, the remake of Ben-Hur.
There are also reviews of Captain Fantastic and Don't Breathe.
Today's Oxford Open Doors and BBC Oxford studios are open to the public. Tickets are sold out, so how about a virtual tour? (Once we'd figured which way to hold a camera)
Henry vacuum cleaners have been disappearing from churches. But there was a happy ending on Radio Oxford this morning.
The Blenheim International Horse Trials continue near Woodstock today, with the second day of dressage before show jumping and cross country take place over the weekend.
But it all takes places without Izzy Taylor.
The 33-year-old from Aynho, near Banbury, has had to withdraw because her horse Allercombe Ellie hasn't recovered from the injury, which also scuppered her hopes of competing at the Rio Olympics.
Sarah Champion, the MP for the families of Ken Cresswell and John Shaw, said it was "a huge relief to the Cresswell family to now have Ken found and identified".
"But we must not forget that this has taken over six months and John Shaw is still missing."
She said the families had been in turmoil since the collapse of the power station boiler house, describing it as "mental torture".
"Every time the phone has rung over the last six months, the families have jumped up and run to get to it just in case it's news. They have felt guilty if they have gone away from home… in case they miss a call."
U's first team coach - and former player - Chris Allen has been speaking to Radio Oxford ahead of the well-out match against Swindon Town at the Kassam Stadium this weekend.
Saturday’s match is live on BBC Radio Oxford 95.2FM and on digital radio.
Thames Valley Police said the family of the 57-year-old from Rotherham had been informed and were being given support.
Advice issued on drinking while pregnant is confusing and needs to be reviewed, according to the Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Trust, based in Oxford.
The government says drinking while pregnant isn't safe, but the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence says it should be limited to one or two units a week.
Oxford United coach Chris Allen says tomorrow's sold-out match against Swindon at the Kassam Stadium should be an occasion to be enjoyed for U's players.
But he's warning them not to be so caught up in the atmosphere that they lose their composure and risk a sending off.
Allen is a former Oxford United player and, as he was born and brought up in the city, he says there are huge passions generated by the local derby.
The Oxford University review also suggests side effects such as muscle pain do occur, although in relatively few people.
We've been inspired this morning on BBC Radio Oxford's breakfast show with our very own Oxfordshire version of yesterday's Twitter trend #SongsFromLondon.
London we take your Like a Gherkin and raise you Cumnor Eileen...
Come on #SongsForOxon!
And the fun hasn't stopped there. Breakfast show host David Prever has had his own ideas. Message in a Botley? Making your Mind Thrupp?
It will be a mostly cloudy start to the day, but many should see some warm sunny spells developing. A few showers are possible at times on an increasingly fresh south-westerly breeze and as a result it'll feel less humid than recent days. Highs of 22C (72F)
After a mostly fine end to the day, the cloud will thicken up overnight bringing outbreaks of rain into western parts of the county such as Witney.
Tracy Houghton, 45, from Dunstable, her two sons, Ethan, 13, and Joshua, 11, and her partner's daughter Aimee Goldsmith, 11, died when their car collided with a lorry between the West Ilsley and Ridgeway junctions.
The man recovered from under the rubble of Didcot A Power Station has been identified as Ken Cresswell from Rotherham.
Thames Valley Police said the 57-year-old's family have been informed and are being supported by specially-trained officers.
Mr Cresswell is the third victim to be recovered after the boiler house partially collapsed in February.
John Shaw, 61, also from Rotherham, is the last workman yet to be found.