Motorists are being urged to take great care this weekend, with the possibility of wintry showers for the region. Temperatures are set to drop below zero. Forecasters say that Central and Southern England could receive wintry showers over the weekend.
The first of a series of public exhibitions about HS2 opens this weekend. They'll be designed to update people living along the route in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire. The controversial high-speed service would cut through the Thames Valley, linking the capital to the Midlands and beyond.
The world's biggest underground skatepark is opening in Hastings. The Source Park is on the site of the old White Rock Baths and has taken almost a year to complete. The development has created 30 new jobs and it's hoped it will attract riders and skateboarders from across the region.
Sangeeta has today's updates on fire-risk tumble dryers - and many of your comments.
A child sex offender - who police say 'presents a risk to the public' - is still missing. But detectives say he WILL be found.
A manhunt is underway across Dorset - and beyond - for David Chadwick.
The 58-year-old was last seen on Wednesday lunchtime at Weymouth railway station. He boarded a train to Moreton, near Wool - arriving in Moreton at 12:40pm.
It's thought he could be sleeping rough - and extensive house-to-house enquiries have been carried out.
Richard Slee reports.
'Don't take away our lifeline' - that's the plea from parents of children with learning difficulties in Newbury - after the council recommended cuts to respite care services.
On Monday, a fresh public consultation will begin on the second phase of cuts totalling £6.7m. Chris Maughan reports.