Rodford, also a founding member of Argent and bassist for the Zombies, died following a fall.
The Hunting Act bans the use of dogs to hunt foxes and wild mammals in England and Wales.
A man was found with stab wounds in Ludwick Way, Welwyn Garden City, and died at the scene.
The chimneys are Grade II-listed but an application has been made to demolish them.
Watford sack manager Marco Silva, blaming Everton's approach for the Portuguese earlier this season as the "catalyst for this decision".
Milton Keynes Dons manager Robbie Neilson leaves the League One club by mutual consent after defeat at Northampton.
The former Charles Wells brewery was taken over by Marston's and is now known as The Eagle Brewery.
The planned 2.1 mile viaduct will cross open land to west and north-west of London.
The independent Olive Tree Primary School in Luton faced a series of criticisms from inspectors.
Police said the causes of death for the two pensioners are yet to be determined.
Arresting officers did not realise Karl Brunner was unable to breathe, his inquest heard.
The charges come after a man died during an emergency call a year ago.
East of England Ambulance Service says Mark Patten's decision had been made some time ago.
The MoD says remains found in northern France could be those of Bedfordshire soldier Edward Norton.
Ross Edmonds, 26, of Bowmans Court, Hemel Hempstead, left the road and smashed in to a car park.
Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez both score to give Leicester victory over struggling Watford.
Northampton Town move out of the League One relegation zone by beating MK Dons, who have Chuks Aneke sent off late on.
Craig Mackail-Smith grabs stoppage-time winner as Wycombe edge out Crewe in a frantic finish.
Skipper Johnny Mullins strikes as Luton go six points clear at the top of League Two with a win over plucky Morecambe.
Stevenage extend their unbeaten home run to 10 games with a goalless draw against Carlisle.
Dover climb above Boreham Wood in the National League table after an away victory at Meadow Park.
Billy Joe Saunders will defend his world title against Martin Murray, while Terry Flanagan aims to become a two-weight world champion.
Some 160 people are rescued but at least six civilians die after gunmen attack a hotel, officials say.
US-backed militants deny Turkish reports, saying they have "repelled" attacks in northern Syria.
The team is on a landmark visit to inspect cultural venues for next month's Winter Olympics.
The US Senate will hold a rare Sunday session to try to break the impasse over federal funding.
Banned protests against the lengthy rule of President Joseph Kabila are dispersed with tear gas.
Minas Gerais is one of several southern states hit by an outbreak ahead of the carnival season.
Francis, who is in Peru, calls on the faithful to combat a "plague" of abuse across Latin America.
Police fire tear gas at protesters across the country, with one death in the northern town of Saba.
Children were among the 15 people who died trying to cross from Syria into Lebanon in a snowstorm.
He is said to have passed away in his famous three-Michelin-starred restaurant near Lyon.
The group is found during a joint police and army operation after they were kidnapped on Wednesday.
The men died after the officers allegedly objected to getting blood stains in their patrol car.
Has Belgium failed in its duty to protect asylum seekers?
Women stage marches across the US on the first anniversary of President Trump's inauguration.
The BBC's Mark Lowen explains.
France's president criticises Donald Trump's crude comment about African countries, in a BBC interview.
In Russia, keeping exotic animals getting is more and more popular each year.
Marcio Matolias has lived in a sandcastle for 22 years in an upmarket neighbourhood of Rio De Janeiro.
Pope Francis speaks out as he holds Mass in Trujillo, Peru.
Ex-football pro George Weah challenges Liberia's army to a friendly before his inauguration.
The reality TV star says she felt an instant connection with Chicago, who was delivered by surrogate.
Seoul government cracks down on unmuzzled dogs as animal laws are tightened.
Spring Scent is the latest homegrown app available to North Korea's 3.5 million smartphone owners.
Belarusian border guards catch a smugglers' drone being sent in along a railway line.
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State media in Russia give President Putin's image a religious glow in the run-up to elections.
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf made history in Liberia but was also accused of corruption, writes Tamasin Ford.
In politics and diplomacy, what things are called is important, which is why they often change.
In a country obsessed with fairness, a new campaign portrays Hindu deities with dark skin.
The struggle of a gay father to legally adopt his son throws Singapore's conservative family law into the spotlight.
The sister of a teenager who died after taking fentanyl wants to help others beat addiction.
Alex suffered severe racial bullying when at school. Now he's been recognised by the Queen for his efforts to wipe out bullying.
Selwa Hussain is the first woman in the UK to leave hospital with an artificial heart.
Schoolchildren bullied Nadia Sparkes for picking up litter from the streets.
Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, people should talk more about mental health.
One of the worst attacks on civilians during the conflict in Northern Ireland.
Six contemporary artists have designed prints for children. But what do they think of them?
Pole dancing instructor Kathy Buller said the pursuit was "very athletic".
Rhinos are sleeping on pine scented beds at Woburn Safari Park.
Adolescence now lasts until 24, say some scientists, with people delaying marriage and parenthood.
A survey of thousands of young people across the world reveal what influences their career aspirations.