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- Large fire breaks out at Clarendon Institute
- Three children among A34 crash victims
- Oxford United draw Brighton at home in EFL Cup
- Ex-Top Gear man slams county council library van cuts
- Two bus services in Bicester to be stopped next month
Iffley Road sports ground in Oxford is set to for a major upgrade.
Its track was where Sir Roger Bannister ran the first sub-four-minute mile in 1954.
The first of phase of work will be starting this summer, and will involve the construction of a multi-sports hall.
Oxford University's pro-vice chancellor for planning, Professor William James, said: "Although the site has changed a little bit since Roger Bannister's day it hasn't really kept up with the times."
There's slow traffic on the A415 Abingdon Road westbound in Culham at the Tollgate Road junction.
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Oxford United have sold out their entire allocation of tickets for U's fans for Sunday's match away at Bristol Rovers.
BBC Radio Oxford has exclusive full match commentary from the Memorial Ground.
Rovers are in action this evening as they host Cardiff in the first round of the League Cup.
Some of the victims of yesterday's crash on the A34 have now been named.
The victims have been named locally as 45-year-old Tracy Houghton from Dunstable and her two sons Ethan, aged 13, and Joshua who was 11 - along with another 11-year-old girl who was also travelling in the car.
The fire at the Clarendon Institute has been put out, the fire service has said.
The blaze was in the roof space, a council spokesman added.
Crews remain at the scene carrying out checks to make sure there are no further issues.
Walton Street in Oxford is closed in both directions between the A4144 Worcester Street junction and the Richmond Road junction because of the university building fire.
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There's a very large section on impartiality. Or a small section on impartiality. We couldn't say either way.
Katherine Grainger is now Britain's most decorated female Olympian by taking silver alongside Vicky Thornley in the double scull.
The rower, 40, previously won gold at London 2012, and silver medals in Sydney, Athens and Beijing.
She is a member of Marlow Rowing Club.
The British pair led for much of the race but were beaten to the gold by Poland, who finished in seven minutes and 40.10 seconds.
Katherine Grainger and Henley's Vicky Thornley claim second place in women's double skulls.
An Oxford University spokesman said: "We are aware of a fire in the Clarendon Press Institute Building on Walton Street and are working with the emergency services who are on site."
The fire at Walton Street is at the Clarendon Institute, Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue Service has said.
Four crews and a hydraulic platform have been sent to the scene.
One woman has been treated to a cut to her head.
The university building houses the British Inter-University China Centre, the Centre for Linguistics & Philology, the Leopold Muller Memorial Library and the Oxford Centre for Hebrew & Jewish Studies.
South Central Ambulance Service has told us it was called at 13:58 to a property fire on Walton Street, Oxford.
A specialist paramedic and an ambulance are on the scene.
One patient is being assessed and treated but is not believed to be seriously injured.
Chris Goffey, who co-hosted Top Gear in the 1980s and 1990s, has said the decision made by Oxfordshire County Council to axe its mobile library service is "stupid" and "crazy".
Mr Goffey, who drives one of the vehicles, added: "It's a sophisticated service and they're throwing it away… I thought we wanted to teach kids to read.
"Old people have lost the ability to go to their own library because the council has cut the subsidised bus services… it's bringing literacy to the villages and to the young people."
The council said it was expanding its volunteer-based home library service for people with mobility issues.
We are receiving reports of a fire on Walton Street in Oxford.
Part of the street is coned off and at least two fire engines are at the scene.
"I was told his body was moved to the Iraqi border and then to Erbil, but now I am told it is still in Syria," says father of man who died fighting so-called Islamic State in Syria.
The BBC's Phil Mercer is at the scene of the accident at the partially blocked Eastern bypass.
The A4142 Eastern By-Pass Road in Oxford is partially blocked and there's slow traffic southbound before the Horspath Road junction, because of a collision.
Oxford singer-songwriter Cameron A G will be play the BBC Introducing stage at the Reading and Leeds festivals, it has been announced.
Handpicked by BBC Introducing in Oxford, presenter Dave Gilyeat described Cameron as writing "sensitive, heart-warming, delicate pop songs with life-enriching melodies".
Have a listen to some of his tracks below to hear just why he made the grade.
Bus company Stagecoach and Oxfordshire County Council launched their GreenART competition to celebrate Low Carbon Oxford Week, a local 'green' initiative which took place last month across the county.
This gave the opportunity to have artwork showcased inside eco-buses around the county. Now, they've announced their winner...
Illustrator Karis Harrington from Cowley, with her piece called Shake the Tree.
Six Oxfordshire businesses have been named and shamed for not paying the legal National Minimum Wage. They ended up owing workers a total of £11,577.28.
They're part of a list of almost 200 employers who failed to pay their workers the legal minimum which has been published by the government.
- Woods Hair Ltd, trading as Chapters Hair Design, Witney, Oxfordshire, owed £3,676.87 to one worker
- Mr Nicholas & Mrs Christina Winstone-Partridge, trading as Wholesale Autoparts, Kidlington, Oxfordshire, owed £2,691.73 to one worker
- The Buck Project Ltd, Chalgrove, Oxfordshire, owed £1,915.15 to one worker
- Mr Ronald Archibald Mutton and Mrs Sandra Anne Mutton, trading as A1 Plumbing & Heating, Oxford, owed £1,834.13 to one worker
- The Dinner Bell Ltd, trading as The Chequers, Chipping Norton, Oxfordshire, owed £1,190.68 to one workers
- Mrs R Goff & Mrs E Butt, trading as Cotswold Equine Training, Burford, Oxfordshire, owed £268.72 to one worker
The father of a man who died fighting so-called Islamic State in Syria says he doesn't know where his son's body is or of it will ever be returned to the UK.
Dean Carl Evans' body may still be in Syria, he said, despite reports it had been moved to Iraq.
The 22-year-old from Reading died on 21 July in the city of Manbij after joining a Kurdish military group.
His father, John Carl Evans, from Wallingford, said his son was shot and then killed by a rocket-propelled grenade.
A 30-year-old man from Andover has been bailed until 5 October following yesterday's fatal crash on the A34.
He was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Ch Insp Henry Parsons called on witnesses "including anyone travelling on the southbound carriageway who saw anything they believe is significant to contact police".
Three children were among the victims of the crash on the A34 near East Ilsley yesterday evening, police have said.
Four people – a 45-year-old woman and the children, an 11-year-old boy, an 11-year-old girl and a 13-year-old boy, all from Bedfordshire - died at the scene.
It is believed they were all travelling in the same car.
Oxford United have been drawn at home to Championship side Brighton in the second round of the EFL Cup.
The two sides met at the Kassam Stadium in pre-season with Brighton winning 4-0.
The match will take place the week commencing 21 August.
Oxford booked their place with a win at another Championship side, Birmingham City, on Tuesday, thanks to Liam Sercombe's winner at the end of extra time.
Two bus services in Bicester will be stopped next month after Oxfordshire County Council ended subsidies.
Thames Travel said it will scrap the number 22 and 23 services from 3 September.
The firm says they run at a loss of about £4,500 per week and it was unable to find partners to help share the costs.
It will be a cloudy and damp start to the day.
However, the cloud and patchy rain will gradually clear to the east and allow some sunny spells to develop.
Despite the breeze, it will feel warm with the highest temperatures likely around Oxford. Highs of 22C (72F).
Police are continuing to hold a suspect after four people were killed in a crash on the A34 near East Ilsley.
The man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving after four lorries and four cars collided on Wednesday.
One man was flown to the John Radcliffe Hospital in Oxford by air ambulance with life-threatening injuries.
The A34 northbound between Chieveley and East Ilsley has reopened after being shut for more than 12 hours.
The A34 near East Ilsley has now reopened after yesterday's fatal crash.
But there are more problems on the M4, after a car overturned on the westbound junction near Swindon this morning.