There are delays on CrossCountry services between Birmingham New Street and Cheltenham Spa due to a defective track and speed restrictions.
Police have appealed for witnesses after a 14-year-old girl was sexually assaulted while walking home from school in Cheltenham.
The incident happened in Brunswick Street on Monday 18 January when the girl, who was walking with a friend, was approached by a man who pushed her against the wall of the Matalan car park and sexually assaulted her, before running off towards St Paul's Road.
The man police are looking for is described as 6 feet tall and black, wearing blue denim jeans, a black Puffa jacket with the hood up and a long navy blue scarf.
Police have now released an e-fit with the help of the victim. They are asking for anyone with information to come forward and call 101 or Crimestoppers.
Parents and children in the area are being advised to stay alert and call police immediately if they see anyone acting suspiciously.
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A person has been airlifted to hospital after an accident in Cheltenham.
The police say that the pedestrian was involved in a collision with a van.
Three streets remain closed off in the town centre: St Margarets road, Henrietta street and North place.
Police are appealing to the public to help trace a missing man from Cheltenham.
37-year-old Alexander Gattas was last seen by his wife as he dropped her off at Cheltenham train station at around 8.20am on 7 January.
- 5ft 11ins tall
- medium-large build
- short brown hair and a short beard
- usually wears glasses
- last seen wearing navy-blue chino-type trousers, a white shirt with a dog pattern on it, a burnt-orange sweatshirt with a white logo on it, brown brogue-type shoes and a green Barbour jacket
It is thought that Alexander is in the Cheltenham or surrounding area.
Police and Alexander's family are extremely concerned for his welfare and are asking anyone who may have seen him to call police on 999 immediately, quoting incident number 449 of January 7.
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Police are appealing for information to help trace the whereabouts of a missing elderly man from Gloucestershire.
95-year-old Alfredo Baglivi was last seen by his carer at his home in the Alstone area of Cheltenham at around 3.30pm this afternoon (7 January).
Alfredo was last seen wearing a green trilby hat, grey trousers, a grey fleece and black shoes.
Officers and Alfredo's family are extremely worried for his welfare and ask if anyone has seen him to contact Gloucestershire Police on 999, quoting incident number 270.
Peter Powell, the former RAF man who invented the popular steerable stunt kite, has died aged 83 after suffering from a short illness.
The Cheltenham inventor created a kite which, with two strings, is flown using both hands and can perform aerobatics.
The idea took off internationally in the 1970s with millions of 'Stunter Kites' sold all over the world becoming a worldwide craze.
A man from Cheltenham is hoping to become the first person to swim across the Atlantic Ocean.
Former policeman Ben Hooper hopes to make history by swimming from Senegal to Brazil - a distance of nearly 3000 kilometres.
He's expected to take more than 120 days and will set off next month.