Dyfed Powys Police have announced they are to close seven of its front counters across Mid and West Wales.
Health officials say they are investigating an outbreak of Legionnaires’ disease in Carmarthen after three people were admitted to hospital.
A 24-year-old man has been jailed after his careless driving killed four members of the same family.
A shake-up of hospital services is due to be announced today for South Wales and Powys.
It's expected several A&E departments will be affected as part of plans to modernise NHS services around Wales.
Measles clinics will start at schools in Powys today.
The first one will be held at Llanfyllin High School, with the next one being held at Llanfair Caereinion High School on Friday.
In Powys there are around 4,500 under 18s that are 'under vaccinated', this means they have either not had the jab or the booster.
Recent figures showed that 808 people had contracted the disease across South Wales over the past few weeks with the number of cases still growing.
The latest figures are due to be released today.
An angler from Powys says it took 90 minutes of struggling to land a giant skate weighing 235 lbs (107kg).
David Griffiths, 46 and from Sarn near Newtown, says the fish was big enough to break the British record, but won't go down in the record books because he put it back, so it couldn't be weighed officially.
He had to be strapped into the boat while tussling with the skate, which he described as "like fighting a kite underwater".
Around 4,500 children in the county are not fully vaccinated against measles, according to Powys Teaching Health Board.
There have been 66 cases reported in Powys in the current outbreak, which the health board says is the third biggest outbreak in England and Wales since records began.
– Dr Sumina Azam, Director of Public Health, Powys Teaching Health Board
We need to vaccinate as many children as possible, but we need parents’ permission to do so.
If you receive a letter inviting your child to be vaccinated, please, please sign and return the consent form so that we can help to protect your child against measles.
Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service says it is tackling a large industrial fire at a timber factory in Powys.
It says 90% of the Broadoak Timber factory at Pentre'r Beirdd, near Welshpool, is alight.
40 firefighters are on the scene, with seven engines and one aerial appliance.
For most people the worst of the snow is now over. But one family who live in the remote hills above Knighton are still stuck in their home.
They've been snowed in on their farm for nearly two weeks - with the council and friends struggling across fields to get them supplies which have been running low. They're now worried that their heating oil is running out.
The number of cases of measles in Powys have almost doubled in the last week to 41. The Powys Teaching Health Board says the outbreak is concentrated in the north of the county with most cases found in school age children, where the disease can spreadeasily, but people of all ages can be affected.
In Powys 1 in 4 teenagers have not had two MMR jabs and therefore not fully protected against measles.
Until now the outbreak has been focused in south west Wales.
– Powys Teaching Health Board Statement
Measles is a serious disease that can lead to long term health issues such aseye disorders, deafness , brain damage and even death. It is very importantthat everyone is vaccinated against this disease. One dose of the MMR(measles, mumps and rubella) jab will protect 90% of children and therecommended two doses of MMR jab will provide 99% protection againstmeasles. The MMR jab is safe and offers the only protection against measles.
Parents wanting information on measles, are asked to contact NHS Direct on 0845 46 47.
The A479 is partially blocked because of an accident between the B4560 (Talgarth) and Cwmdu.
Beefburger products made by a mid-Wales company have been withdrawn after tests revealed the presence of horsemeat.
The Food Standards Agency say three samples tested positive for at least 1% horsemeat in tests carried out by Powys County Council.
Our West Wales reporter Kevin Ashford sent us this report from Llandrindod Wells.
Snow is expected to fall in Conwy, Flintshire, Wrexham, Denbighshire, Gwynedd and Powys from six o'clock this morning.
Accumulations of 2-4cm is expected on lower ground, with as much as 10cm falling on the hills and mountains.
The snowfall is likely to turn to rain later in the day, with the snow at lower levels disappearing by the afternoon.