The family of Lukasz Slaboszewski have released a statement on the day his killer, Joanna Dennehy, is sentenced to life in prison.
The family of Kevin Lee have released a statement on the day his killer, Joanna Dennehy, is sentenced to life in prison.
Joanna Dennehy from Peterborough has been ordered to serve the rest of her life in prison for murdering three men.
Two men accused of conspiring with the serial killer Joanna Dennehy have been found guilty of all charges against them. More to follow.
Two men have been found guilty of helping serial killer Joanna Dennehy in a string of random and brutal murders.
Gary Stretch and Leslie Layton had denied the charges, claiming they were acting under duress and feared for their own lives.
The jury at Cambridge Crown Court are still deliberating some of the charges against the men.
More to follow.
A jury has found two men accused of being the accomplices of serial killer Joanna Dennehy guilty of some of the charges against them.
Gary Richards, 47, (also known as Gary Stretch) has been found guilty of one count of attempted murder and three counts of preventing the lawful burial of a body at Cambridge Crown Court.
Leslie Layton, 36, was also found guilty of perverting the course of justice.
The jury is still deliberating on the other charges.
Hereford Utd's game against Macclesfield at Edgar Street has been called off due to a waterlogged pitch.
A new date for the match has yet to be arranged.
Serial killer Joanna Dennehy took a grinning selfie of herself in the back of her car moments before she selected and stabbed her fourth and fifth victims.
The photograph, shown to jurors in the trial of her two alleged accomplices, shows the 31-year-old murderer posing and sticking out her tongue.
By the time the photograph was taken, Dennehy had already killed three men in Cambridgeshire. After the snapshot she randomly targeted two dog walkers in Hereford. Both men suffered multiple injuries but survived.
Mark Lloyd, who was in the same car as Dennehy and her alleged accomplice Gary Stretch, told Cambridge Crown Court that Dennehy had been driven by a thirst for blood.
Describing the attack on the first man, Robin Bereza, he said: "I thought she was going to mug him but then it twigged on me. I thought 'You just want blood'."
Dennehy, of Orton Goldhay, Peterborough, has admitted murder. She has also admitted the attempted murders of Mr Bereza and John Rogers and preventing the lawful and decent burial of all three murder victims.
Gary 'Stretch' Richards and another man, Leslie Layton, are standing trial accused of helping her dispose of the bodies and covering up her crimes. The trial continues.
Police in Hereford say they are concerned for the welfare of a missing teenager.
17-year-old Jade Saunders was last seen on Monday 30 December and may have left the area.
She is described as white, approximately 5ft 8 inches tall.
Jade had been staying with her mother in Hereford last month but previously lived in Scotland.
She is believed to be in the company of a white man in his 20s. The man is described as being stocky, with a shaved or bald head.
Hereford United will have to wait until tomorrow morning to find out if their Football Conference fixture against Woking FC will go ahead as planned.
Woking have called for an 8:30am pitch-inspection for Saturday's game, ahead of a 3pm kick-off against The Bulls.
The inspection has been called following heavy rain over the past fourty-eight hours.
Scattered showers are forecast in the area today, with more heavy rain overnight and throughout tomorrow morning.
Hereford United need £35,000 to help rescue it from financial disaster.
It's not the first time the club's been fighting for survival. They've missed their latest payment to Revenue and Customs and not paid this month's wages.
It's a second blow for the city as the racecourse closed last year.
They're calling on fans to help bail them out in the short term.
David Keyte is the Chairman and Keith Dodd is from the Supporters' Association
Two people have been charged over the stabbing of a man in a Hereford pub.
A 56-year-old man and a 42-year-old woman were arrested shortly afterwards a man in his 30s was attacked in the Brewer's Arms in Eign Road on Sunday.
They were today due to appear before Hereford Magistrates Court after being charged overnight.
The man faces charges of grievous bodily harm, actual bodily harm, threats to kill, two counts of possessing a blade in public, and possessing a weapon for the discharge of a noxious liquid.
The woman has been charged with assisting an offender and two counts of possession of a blade in public, as well as driving while over the legal alcohol limit.
The victim has since been discharged from hospital.