The hit panto 'Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs' is coming to MK and there'll even a bit of Hollywood glamour for the audience to enjoy.
Schools across Milton Keynes and Buckinghamshire were closed today as teachers went on strike over changes to their pay and conditions.
Thames Valley Police is giving more of its officers taser stun guns which it says will help protect both them and the public.
Parkour, also known as free-running, is an urban sport which uses street furniture as an obstacle course.
People jump from building to building, often at great heights. It demands speed, agility and more than a little guts and can be very dangerous, particularly if you're not specially trained.
The UK's first indoor training gym for the sport has opened in Milton Keynes. Ten months on, they say they're seeing a new generation of free-runners, eager to master the sport.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Emily Knight
Mk Dons manager Karl Robinson has emerged as the favourite to become the new manager of Sheffield United.
There have been reports that he is already in talks with he Blades with bookies slashing his odds on getting the job to 1/2 on ahead of Nigel Clough and Sven Goran Eriksson
Robinson has been in charge at Stadium MK since 2010.
CCTV has been released of a man police want to speak to in connection with sexual assaults against two women on board a train to Milton Keynes.
The women were travelling from Euston station on the evening of Monday 23 September, when they were touched inappropriately.
Disruption on trains due to overhead wire problems between Northampton and Milton Keynes Central.
Some schools in Milton Keynes are expected to be affected by industrial action by two of the main teaching unions today.
It's the second in a series of strikes which affected other schools in the region earlier in the month.
Members of the National Union of Teachers and NASUWT are protesting against government education and pensions policy as well as pay and working conditions.
Parents are being advised to check school websites to see if they are opening.
A project designed to cut re-offending rates through a mentoring scheme has secured £40,000 to support its work.
Thames Valley Partnership will use the grant to take on two new staff members for its New Leaf programme, which works across Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire.
The project provides volunteer-based mentoring to offenders on their release from prison.
Project manager Caroline Stevens said: "Demand for our charity's services has doubled in the past year and we are also extending our project to include young offenders.
"With this new funding we will be able to provide more offenders with support that will increase their self-esteem and decrease social exclusion and re-offending rates through volunteering."
A new astrochemistry laboratory has opened at The Open University in Milton Keynes.
Scientists will use the lab to analyse how icy molecules collide in space, a process that occurs when a planet starts to form. They hope that it will help them to understand how life begins.
Click below to watch a clip with Dr Helen Fraser, from The Open University.
Thames Valley Police are increasing the number of officers armed with stun guns.
The force says the move will improve policing in communities and allow it to respond more quickly without having to wait for armed units to arrive.
All police officers given Tasers will be fully trained.