The BBC South Live service will resume at 08:00 on Wednesday, when we'll be bringing you the latest updates from across Dorset, Hampshire, the Isle of Wight, Berkshire and Oxfordshire.
- Updates from Tuesday 5 September
- Officers face misconduct hearing over drowned teenage case
- Self-driving cars to be unveiled
- Ex-MP to be Hampshire deputy police and crime commissioner
The University of Oxford is top of the Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
Each institution is measured in teaching, research, international outlook and income.
A key factor in the rankings is income and Oxford saw this rise by 24% in the past year, partly in the form of European Union research grants.
Rankings director Phil Baty said: "The UK has many of the very best universities in the world and it has one of the world's strongest higher education systems."
There's been a big increase in the number of migrants trying to get into Britain using Spanish ferries to the south coast.
Albanian gangs have switched their focus to the port of Bilbao after the closure of the Jungle camp at Calais.
They've been targeting routes into Poole and Portsmouth prompting the Spanish port to step up security measures.
A teenager who died in a tent at the Reading Festival was found with a carrier bag tied over his head, an inquest has heard.
Matthew Jones, 17, was found "unresponsive and not breathing" by friends on 28 August, Oxford Coroner's Court was told.
Paramedics were called but Matthew, from Leighton Buzzard in Bedfordshire, was pronounced dead at 02:17 BST.
The inquest was adjourned until 10 January.
A young soldier who died in a motorcycle crash was a "kind, caring, cheeky young lad with so much ahead of him", his family has said.
Jack Prebble, 18, of Durley in Hampshire, had joined the Army in June. He was riding his motorbike in Bishop's Waltham on Saturday when the crash happened.
No other vehicles were involved.Copyright: Hampshire ConstabularyQuote Message: Jack really was such a kind, caring, cheeky young lad with so much ahead of him, thriving in doing what he loved. He joined the Army last June and was going from strength to strength and enjoying every moment. We are so proud of Jack for what he has achieved in his life, he could light up a room with his smile. We cannot find words to describe how we feel as a family, we are just completely heartbroken. Jack we love you, we are proud of you and every day we will miss you. from Jack Prebble, Family tribute
Workers at a nuclear warhead factory in Berkshire who voted to end a long-running dispute over pension got "the best possible deal available" after settling with the company, the union Unite has said.
Members of the union have been staging a series of walk-outs at the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE) since November 2016.
They voted to end the dispute on Friday.
Unite said its 800 members had accepted a 4% pay deal for each of the next three years and "enhanced allowances", in return for dropping its campaign for reinstatement to the Ministry of Defence pension scheme.
AWE, which has facilities in Burghfield and Aldermaston, said it was pleased the dispute was over.
Three police officers will face misconduct proceedings over their dealings with the family of a teenager who drowned in a river.
The family of Ellis Downes said they had to hire a boat and find private divers to recover his body after being left without police help.
Ellis, 16, died after getting into difficulties in the River Thames.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission [IPCC] said the officers "have a case to answer for misconduct".
In a Facebook video message, Assistant Chief Constable Nikki Ross said she was "profoundly sorry" for the "level of support, the level of compassion, the lack of information and communication".
It will stay cloudy and humid this afternoon with the odd outbreak of rain, though it will turn drier, brighter and fresher.
Tonight, temperatures will fall much lower than last night and it will stay dry into tomorrow with highs of 19C (66F).Copyright: BBC
After 25 years in operation, Eastleigh Lakeside Railway in Hampshire needs a new generation of volunteers to help keep its trains running.
A motorcyclist has suffered life-threatening injuries in a four-vehicle crash on the Isle of Wight.
The collision, involving an orange KTM motorbike, a Mazda, a lorry and a Vauxhall Vivaro, happened on Newport Road, Cowes, just before 17:00 BST on Monday.
The motorcyclist, a 39-year-old man from Cowes, suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to hospital.
No-one else was injured. Police are appealing for witnesses.
BBC Radio Oxford news
An Oxfordshire council has decided to pay the police to tackle illegal parking.
Cherwell District Council says concern has been expressed for "many years" about the problem.
It's setting aside £30,000 to fund PCSO time to carry out special patrols.