A man from Cheltenham is cycling from Seoul in South Korea all the way to Gloucestershire to raise money for the land mine charity MAGS.
Jack Bowlby was a pupil at independent school Cheltenham College when he took his own life.
Experts from the Health and Safety Executive say the cause of the gas explosion a year ago in Cheltenham will never be discovered.
A 17-year-old who was arrested after what was thought to be an armed robbery at a shop in Cheltenham has been released on bail.
Officers were called to Alma Road on Wednesday afternoon after reports two men wearing balaclavas went into a convenience store and demanded money.
Police investigating an armed robbery at a shop in Cheltenham have arrested a teenager.
The incident happened on Alma Road this afternoon. Officers have arrested a 17-year-old local boy on suspicion of robbery. He remains in police custody.
Armed police are searching for two men who used a handgun to rob a newsagents in Cheltenham.
It happened earlier this afternoon at the store in Alma Road. The police helicopter is currently being used in the search. Detectives are appealing for help in finding the men, who've been described as white. The police say the handgun was not fired and no one was injured.
A 46 year old man from Cheltenham has been arrested on suspicion of voyeurism. It comes after a woman spotted a man looking at her through a gap in the blinds of her ground floor home in St Pauls Street North. The incident happened at 11:25pm on Thursday.
Police are investigating after a pedestrian was critically injured on Bath Road in Cheltenham in the early hours of this morning (Sunday 15 September). The incident happened at around 12:40am outside the Wetherspoons Moon Over Water pub on Bath Road.
Officers were called to reports that a pedestrian had been in a collision with a Skoda Superb private hire vehicle. The pedestrian, a 19-year-old woman from Gloucester, suffered serious injuries in the incident.
She was taken to Gloucestershire Royal Hospital but has since been transferred to a specialist neurological ward at Frenchay Hospital in Bristol, where she is in a critical condition. Any witnesses that have not yet spoken to officers are asked to call Gloucestershire Police on 101.
Cheltenham Half Marathon is in full swing this morning (Sunday 15 September). The following roads are closed: Imperial Square, Montpellier Walk, Winchcombe Street, parts of Lansdown Road and Evesham Road.
All roads will be fully reopen by 1:30pm. If you have any pictures of the half marathon you would like to see on our website, please email them to email@example.com.
Protesters angry at plans to pedestrianise part of Cheltenham have handed in a petition with more than a thousand signatures to the borough council.
Councillors are due to discuss the move to partly close Boots Corner later today.
The campaigners say it will just move traffic to other parts of the town.
A grandmother from Gloucestershire appears to have lost her second, and possibly final, appeal against a death sentence in Indonesia.
Lindsay Sandiford faces a firing squad after being convicted of drug smuggling in January.
The 57-year-old from Cheltenham had been arrested at Bali Airport in May last year after drugs were found in her luggage. She has always claimed that she was forced to carry them because of threats to her children.
The Foreign Office has told ITV News that they are checking reports that her final appeal has been rejected.
If this is the case, her last hope would be a presidential reprieve.
Gloucestershire Police are appealing to dog owners to keep their animals under control. The message follows another incident where sheep have been killed by loose dogs near livestock.
At around midday on Friday August 23 two dogs were seen chasing the livestock on Cleeve Hill in Cheltenham, and then killing a sheep. It is the second dog attack on sheep on this piece of land in three weeks.
– PC Di Butler, Gloucestershire Police
This incident should act as a stark reminder as to why there is legislation in place outlining that dog owners must keep their animal under close control. Losing their livestock can have a hugely detrimental effect on a farm owner’s livelihood. Landowners also have the right, as a last resort, to shoot any dog worrying their livestock – so these owners are also putting their beloved pet at unnecessary risk.