Four swans have been found beheaded at a popular beauty spot near Bletchley in Milton Keynes.
Thames Valley Police is investigating an attempted rape in Milton Keynes.
A family from Milton Keynes have started a charity to help fight a rare childhood disease after their daughter Hollie was diagnosed.
Reigning Formula One world champions Red Bull will recieve yet another honour later tonight.
The team, which is based in Milton Keynes, will receive the Freedom of the town at a special ceremony tonight.
The prestigious award marks the tremendous success of the four time world champions.
Police are still searching for witnesses to a road rage attack which left a man with a broken jaw. The incident took place last month in Watling Street in Fenny Stratford, Bletchley.
A 36-year-old driver of a silver Vauxhall was injured when he was attacked by the driver of a blue Audi A3.
Detectives are particularly interested in speaking to a woman who was driving a Landrover and who may have witnessed the whole incident.
A statue in Milton Keynes inspired by Greg Rutherford's London Olympic long jump gold is expected to be unveiled by the summer.
The 8.7m Leaping Man statue will be placed on the Fen roundabout to the east of Milton Keynes.
It is expected to be completed by the end of May.
A man is due to appear in court today (Monday 17 March) charged with setting fire to a mosque in Bletchley near Milton Keynes. The fire started last Saturday (March 9) at the back of the building on Manor Road.
Richard Bevington, who's 30 and from Bletchley, is charged with arson with intent to endanger life, and racially aggravated harassment. He will appear at Aylesbury Crown Court.
A widow from Milton Keynes who won a High Court battle to prevent her late husband's sperm being destroyed, has heard that the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority or HFEA will not appeal the judgement.
Warren Brewer died from cancer two years ago and had placed his sperm in storage to give his wife the chance to have their child.
Last week 28-year old Beth Warren successfully challenged a storage time limit to give herself more time to make her decision.
Now the HFEA has said it will not appeal the judgement.
A lottery prize worth more than £200,000 has so far been unclaimed by the winner from the Milton Keynes area.
The Euromillions draw was made on 21 February but the winner has not yet come forward. They have until August to claim their prize of £207,772.
The winning numbers were 13, 17, 28, 30 and 32 with Lucky Stars 5 and 7.
A man is due to appear in court on Monday 10 March charged in connection with an arson attack on a mosque in Bletchley, Milton Keynes.
Richard Bevington (30), of North Street, Bletchley has been charged with one count of arson with intent to endanger life. He's also been charged with a racially and religiously aggravated public order offence and being in possession of cocaine and cannabis.
Bevington has been held in custody and will appear at Milton Keynes Magistrates' Court.
Police were called to the new Bletchley Mosque in Manor Road in the early hours of Saturday morning. No-one was hurt in the incident.
Widow Beth Warren has said she is "elated" after winning a High Court fight to preserve her late husband's sperm.
Speaking outside the High Court, she said: "I am elated. Every good word in the dictionary. I hadn't dared to let myself believe it would happen."
A widow from Milton Keynes has won a High Court fight to preserve her late husband's sperm.
Beth Warren wanted to keep the sperm in storage for longer than the April 2015 deadline.
Her husband Warren Brewer died of cancer in 2012.
The CARE fertility clinic has offered support to a widow from Milton Keynes who wants to be allowed to have more time to decide whether to conceive a child using her dead husband's sperm.
The High Court will decide later today whether Beth Warren can keep the sperm in storage for longer than the April 2015 deadline.
The frozen sperm is currently stored at the CARE fertility clinic.
– Prof. Simon Fishel, Managing Director, CARE Fertility
“We were very sad to hear of Beth’s situation and empathise with her plight.
CARE are totally supportive of Beth but we must work within the regulatory framework.
We hope that today’s judicial review will grant her the reassurance she needs at this very difficult time.”