Reports of M3 both ways blocked due to accident between J5 A287 / B3349 (Hook) and J6 A30 / A339 (Basingstoke).
Police have charged a 31 year old man from Basingstoke following a stabbing on Saturday 21 March.
Two 16 year old twin brothers were assaulted during an incident at the roundabout in Tanyard Way, Dilton Marsh, Westbury. This evening detectives have charged Darren Bryant, aged 31 from Basingstoke, with two counts of causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
He remains in custody and is due appear at Swindon Magistrates court on Saturday 28 March.
Police are issuing an appeal for information about a missing teenage girl from Basingstoke.
Mary Mbatia, aged 15, was last seen at her home in the town shortly after 11.30pm on Wednesday night.
Mary is described as:
Black Medium build Long shoulder-length hair
One line of enquiry is that Mary may have travelled to London with an older black man.
Mary or anyone with information about her whereabouts is asked to contact police by phoning 101. Mini-com users can phone 18001 101. In an emergency, dial 999.
South West Trains have apologised for an announcement urging fat people to stay on their feet due to overcrowding.
The train was full of commuters when a member of staff reportedly said: 'We are going to be like sardines on this train, so can I ask that only slim people sit on the three-seaters.
'If you are fat then it is simply not going to work.'
One angry passenger on the service, which was leaving Basingstoke in Hampshire, told the Daily Mail: 'I am not necessarily a big person but most people are larger than those seats anyway. It's pretty disgusting. I would get fired if I said that at my work.'
South West Trains have since apologised, saying the comment, if it had been made, was unacceptable.
A spokesman said: 'All passengers are welcome on board our trains and we would find it unacceptable if that comment had been made by one of our employees.
'We run some of the busiest trains in the country and we do appreciate that space on some of our trains is limited.
'To provide extra space and seats for our customers, we are in the process of investing £250m in extra carriages and new trains.'
A woman has died in a house fire in Basingstoke in the early hours of this morning.
Hampshire Fire and Rescue service says it received several calls reporting a blaze at Buckfast Close, just before 5am.
Three fire engines from Basingstoke and one from Overton attended the incident.
When crews arrived they were faced with a severe fire on the ground floor of an end of terrace house.
Two people had been able to make their own way out of the house but a woman was not able to escape and was pronounced dead at scene. An investigation is now underway.
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Detectives investigating a sexual assault on two teenage girls in Basingstoke on Friday 6th February are appealing for a dog walker to contact them. The man, who was walking two or three white dogs in the South Ham area, is believed to be a vital witness who officers need to speak to.
The two teenagers were in the Paddock Road area between 8.30pm and 10.30pm when they were sexually assaulted by a man. He's described as in his 60s and approximately 5ft 9ins tall.
The girls have told officers that they spoke to the dog walker after the incident and detectives would like to trace this man to see if he can help them with the investigation. He is not a suspect. Police have carried out extensive investigations, including house to house enquiries and reviewing CCTV in the area.
Detective Constable Ed Tyrie said: “I understand that there will be some concern within the local community about what has happened. Please be assured that we have been conducting significant enquiries in the area and have extra officers out on patrol. Key to this investigation is tracing the man walking his dogs that the two girls spoke to after the incident. We would urge this man to get in touch as soon as possible."
Anyone with any information should contact Det Con Tyrie in the Northern Investigation Team on 101. Or call the Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
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A five-year-old from Hampshire, who was captured meeting his hero 'Spiderman' in a viral video, has sadly died.
Jayden Wilson, who was diagnosed with a Grade 4 Brain Stem Tumour and given a year to live, lost his battle on Christmas Eve.
He died peacefully in his sleep - surrounded by spiderman toys and his spiderman blanket.
Back in November, Jayden was delighted when his favourite superhero jumped down from the roof of his house and rang his doorbell in Basingstoke. But 'Spiderman' was in fact Jayden's dad, Mike Wilson, who wanted to make his son's fifth birthday extra special.
Mr Wilson, from Basingstoke, donned a replica of his son's favourite superhero's outfit and used his parkour skills to impress young Jayden on what could be his last birthday.
An Aldershot woman has been ordered by the courts to pay more than £700 after being found guilty of dropping a cigarette end in the street.
Karla Vecetti, 41, of Fisher Lane, was found guilty in her absence after failing to appear at Basingstoke Magistrates’ Court on Thursday 4 December to face an offence of dropping litter.
The court fined her £200 and ordered her to pay a contribution of £562.50 towards Rushmoor Borough Council’s costs and a victim surcharge of £20.
She has become the fourth person to be prosecuted by Rushmoor Borough Council for dropping a cigarette end in the street
The annual cost of street cleaning in Rushmoor currently stands at more than £1 million.
This case, together with the other recent convictions, has shown that the courts will impose substantial fines on anyone found guilty of littering in Rushmoor. The message is simple – dispose of your litter responsibly in the bins provided or face a steep fine.