Four men were targeted by a gang who assaulted them and took phones and wallets.Read the full story ›
The blaze began after cooking was left unattended. Firefighters helped to rescue the family.Read the full story ›
Organisers of this year's Swindon half marathon have said they'll review how they close the town's roads after long delays hit the city.Read the full story ›
Wiltshire Police have released an e-fit image of a man they want to speak to after an indecent exposure incident in Swindon.
The incident happened near Redpost Drive last month when a woman who was running on a footpath, ran past a man who was indecently exposing himself close to the Mannington roundabout.
The man is described as an Asian male with dark hair and a short beard.
Anybody with any information is urged to call 101 or Crimestoppers.
Police have released this CCTV image after a 15 year old girl was approached by a man offering modelling work in Swindon.
She was approached on 1st May around 6.20pm in the Farnsby Street/Canal Walk area.
The girl refused to go with him as she was suspicious about his motives.
He is described as Indian with an Indian accent, wearing a black leather jacket, cream or pale green trousers.
He had short black hair and is aged between 30 and 40.
The young lady in was very sensible and reported the incident to us, we are conducting enquiries and need to speak to the man regarding his actions. If you recognise this man, have any information about him or this incident please call us."
The first of a new generation of electric commuter trains to cut overcrowding in the Thames Valley is being introduced on the network on Monday.
The first trains will run from Maidenhead - but the £2.8 billion project remains late and over budget with work to Oxford, Swindon, Newbury and Basingstoke still to be completed.
Our Transport Correspondent Mike Pearse has been given exclusive access to the new carriages at Maidenhead.
Mike spoke to commuter Jon Swab, Andy Mellors from Great Western Railway and Martin Coker from the Maidenhead Passengers Association.
Wiltshire Police are anxious to trace a 15 year old boy who hasn't been seen for five daysRead the full story ›
Forensic teams will spend another week searching the former home of convicted killer Christopher Halliwell in Swindon.
Major excavation work has been taking place in the gardens of two properties in Broad Street where Halliwell lived between 1997 and 2001.
The former taxi driver is currently serving a life sentence for killing Sian O'Callaghan in 2001 and Becky Godden in 2003.
Forensics officers are searching the former home of murderer Christopher Halliwell. Police haven't confirmed what they're hoping to find.Read the full story ›
Police believe it is a "distinct possibility" that Halliwell was a serial killer, beyond the two murders he was convicted for.Read the full story ›