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BBC News - Hereford & Worcester
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Team news as Worcester host Stade Francais in Saturday's final European Challenge Cup group game at Sixways (13:00 GMT).
Some councils aim to fill potholes within minutes but others take more than a day, new figures show.
Five areas in England will benefit from a new Cultural Development Fund to boost local culture.
The mutiny at HMP Hewell lasted for about seven hours and was brought to an end by security officers.
The body of Amy Griffiths was discovered with head and throat injuries at her home.
Ex-GB cyclist Jess Varnish fails in her attempt to prove she was an employee of British Cycling and UK Sport at an employment tribunal.
Minor Counties cricket is to change its name after 124 years to the rebranded National Counties Cricket Association in 2020.
The head teacher says some fundraising will pay for maintenance as its central budget is being "squeezed".
John Broadhurst's three year and eight month jail term for killing his partner will not be increased.
Police said they would rather have spent money elsewhere, but people had a legal right to protest.
The former player and University of Worcester student was taken ill during a match.
Jurors fail to reach verdicts in the case against former Worcestershire CCC all-rounder Alex Hepburn.
Ospreys start with nine Wales caps while Worcester Warriors make 13 changes for their European Rugby Challenge Cup fixture.
Capt Lou Rudd has returned home after being the first Briton to trek unaided across Antarctica.
Alex Hepburn tells a court he was not "fired up" by a sexual conquest chat group on WhatsApp.
The Bewdley site has been bought by a French amusement park operators Looping for an undisclosed sum.
Bob Miller has been restoring his 1936 Austin 7 Nippy since he was 17.
Jalalabad Association, based in Hereford and Worcester, failed to submit accounts, a regulator says.
The Worcestershire all-rounder has denied raping the woman after she had consensual sex with a team-mate.
About 20 men chant racial abuse and assault women while on a train, police say.