An extreme endurance athlete from Cheltenham has become the first person in history to complete the British ultra-triathlonRead the full story ›
Trains running between Paddington and Cheltenham Spa have been cancelled after a train derailed in London last night.
The empty train caused damage to the signalling and the overhead wires after it derailed just outside London last night.
A reduced service on Great Western Railway between London Paddington and Penzance is operating. Services scheduled to leave Bristol Temple Meads at 30 minutes past the hour will not run.
Passengers are being told they can use alternative routes.
The A40 Golden Valley bypass in Cheltenham is just passable and queueing due to flooding.
It's at the A40 Gloucester Road and is causing traffic up to Church Road and to J11 on the the M5.
A torrential downpour brought chaos to Cheltenham on Sunday, leading to flooding and major delays on the roads and railways.Read the full story ›
Police say they are worried for the safety of a woman who's missing in Cheltenham.
Kerry Rowe was last seen at 6:30pm on Monday 16 May - on Fairfield Road. She'd been dropped off outside a family home but didn't go into the house and hasn't been seen since.
It's believed Kerry may be in a vulnerable condition at the moment and her disappearance is out of character.
Officers are urging Kerry or anyone who knows where Kerry is to make contact.
Kerry is sometimes nervous speaking to people so if you do find her please stay with her until we arrive.
Two people have been arrested following an assault on a man in Cheltenham. Police say a 30 year old man was assaulted on Grosvenor Street at 5:30pm on Friday May 13.
A 42 year old man has been arrested on suspicion of GBH, while a 15 year old boy has been arrested on suspicion of ABH and released on bail.
Two 12 year old boys and a 14 year old boy were also arrested on suspicion of GBH. Two have been released on bail pending further enquires and one of the 12-year-olds was released and no further action will be taken.
Train lines through Gloucestershire have now reopened after a tractor hit a railway bridge and dislodged debris on to tracks near Cheltenham.
Cross Country Trains have told ITV News the train lines reopened at 1:30pm.
Services have been disrupted between Birmingham New Street and Cheltenham Spa and services haven't been running south of Birmingham towards Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth.
The Liberal Democrats hold Cheltenham Town Council gaining five seats. They now have 29 out of 40 seats despite losing the Parliamentary seat.
The Conservatives won 3 seats, People Against Bureaucracy Group won 1 seat and the Independent party won 1 seat.
Stagecoach is planning to stop serving Springbank Way in Cheltenham to improve punctuality - but residents say it's their lifeline.Read the full story ›