Police have released video footage of a lorry driver brushing his teeth and a woman putting on make-up while driving along a busy motorway.
The family of a woman found dead in a field in Berkshire have described her as a loving wife and mother.
Thames Valley Police Federation says it supports any collaboration that reduces costs but 'maintains the levels of service'.
A man has been charged with murder after a stabbing in Bracknell. 24-year-old Aleksandrs Vasiljevs died following an incident at a property in Appledore in Great Hollands last month. Ivan Svatovskij who's 31 and of the same address, is charged with murder.
A young girl was grabbed by the throat before she was robbed by two men on a park bench in Slough.
The incident happened on Friday 6th September between 12 and 12.30pm near to Upton Court Park School.
The 17-year-old was sat with a friend on the park bench when the two men approached them on push bikes.
One of the men attacked the victim before taking her iPhone 4S and riding off towards Slough town centre.
The first offender is a white man in his early thirties, 6ft1ins and of medium build.
The second man was white, in his late twenties, of similar height with skinny build and dark hair.
The victim received bruising to the face but did not require hospital treatment.
Video. Thames Valley Police is to review an investigation into the death of an RAF firefighter at an Oxfordshire Barracks. Robert Fleeting, who was 24, was found dead in his room at RAF Benson in 2011. Juliette Fletcher reports.
Video. More than 20 anti-nuclear campaigners have been arrested during a demonstration outside the Atomic Weapons Establishment in Berkshire. Juliette Fletcher reports.
Thames Valley Police have confirmed that eight protesters have been arrested this morning.
They said: "Eight people have been arrested on suspicion of obstruction of a public highway and are currently in police custody at this time."
A spokeswoman for AWE, the firm which runs the site, said: "AWE on-site security, the Ministry of Defence Police and Thames Valley Police are currently in attendance and will remain for the duration of any protest action."
Chief Inspector Lindsey Finch, deputy local policing commander for Newbury, said: "We will continue to work with protestors to facilitate peaceful protest and ensure that any criminal activity is dealt with proportionately."
"Officers from three police forces were manning the protest - Thames Valley, Hampshire, and Ministry of Defence Police."
A 24-year-old man was left with a face wound after he was attacked by two men in Oxford.
The incident happened at Hythe Bridge Street at about 3am.
One of them was verbally abusive, before the pair walked away.
A few minutes later, they returned and punched him on the nose. This cause a one-inch wound to his face which required hospital treatment.
The offender was Asian, around 5ft 8ins and of thin but muscular build. He had a shaved head and big eyebrows and was wearing a white shirt and jeans.
The man with him was also Asian and had short brown hair in a side parting and large eyebrows.
Anyone with information should contact police on 101.
Eight protesters have been arrested at a nuclear weapons site in Berkshire after trying to blockade the area.
They were detained on suspicion of obstruction of a public highway and are now in police custody.
The arrests were made at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) site in Burghfield.
According to the website Action AWE, the non-violent civil resistance blockade started at the site at 7am this morning.
A notice on AWE's website said: "The Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) atBurghfield is the place where Britain's nuclear warheads are assembled and from where the nuclear convoys take them up to Scotland to put on the Trident submarines."
"We want disarmament now."
– Lindsey Finch, Chief Inspector at Thames Valley Police
We will continue to work with protesters to facilitate peaceful protest and ensure that any criminal activity is dealt with proportionately. AWE on-site security, the Ministry of Defence, Police and Thames Valley Police are currently in attendance and will remain for the duration of any protest action."
Around 13 vehicles have been damaged on a road in Abingdon.
Thames Valley Police are appealing for witnesses after the spate of criminal damage on East St Helen Street.
The damage was caused to the following cars on Tuesday 27th August between 6pm and midnight.
- A red Toyota, driver and passenger door panels scratched.
- Silver Land Rover, Freelander, nearside panel scratched from boot to bonnet.
- Grey Vauxhall Safira, body panels scratched from front to rear of vehicle.
- Burgundy Volkswagen camper van, body panels scratched.
- Silver Reno Clio, body panels scratched on near side of vehicle.
- Green BMW Mini Cooper, circles scratched onto bonnet of car and lines scratched on the side of vehicle.
- Black Volkswagen Golf, near side body panels scratched from front to rear.
- Silver Volkswagen Golf, nearside body panels scratched.
- Silver Honda Jazz, nearside body panels scratched.
- Silver Chevrolet Aveo nearside body panels scratched.
- Silver Renault Clio, offside body panels scratched.
- Dark blue Skoda Fabia, nearside body panels scratched.
- Grey Citroen Picasso nearside body panel scratched front to rear.
An investigation's been launched after a woman was raped in Oxford.
The victim, who is in her forties, is believed to have been sleeping rough in an area between the Westgate shopping centre and car-park, close to the toilets, between 5am and 6am on Wednesday, when she was raped by a man.
– Det Sgt Matt Jarman, of Force CID in Oxford
Det Sgt Matt Jarman, of Force CID in Oxford, said: “This is a very concerning incident involving a vulnerable woman who was sleeping rough and we are pursuing a number of lines of enquiry.
“The victim was taken to a Sexual Assault Referral Centre (SARC) last night where she was looked after by trained professionals and given access to all the support she needs.
“If anyone was in the area of the Westgate Centre or adjacent car-park around the time of this incident, or if anyone has information on who was responsible, please come forward.”
If you can help, please call Det Sgt Jarman via the 24-hour Police Enquiry Centre on 101.
If you don't want to speak directly to the police you can contact the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online at crimestoppers-uk.org.No personal details are taken, information is not traced or recorded and you will not go to court.
The death of a teenage girl is being investigated after it's believed she fell ill at the Reading Festival.
It's reported Thames Valley Police are working with their counterparts in Bedford where 17- year-old Esme Blore lived.
It's believed she became ill on Saturday and was taken to hospital for treatment and then was discharged.
Her death is being treated as 'unexplained.'