Developers building a £280m racetrack in Ebbw Vale are asking the Welsh and UK governments to commit up to £50m towards the scheme, BBC Wales learns.
A public funeral takes place for a six-day-old baby who died last month at the family home in Carmarthenshire where police later seized two dogs.
A grandmother's fight to save her home from demolition to make way for two superstores continues at a public hearing into the plans later.
Fire crews across Wales tackle a spate of grass fires following the recent run of dry weather.
A new clinical drugs trial is being coordinated by experts in Cardiff to try to help people with lung cancer.
Swansea-born MP Nigel Evans sexually assaulted young men in Parliament and at the Conservative Party conference, a court hears.
Wales' record try-scorer Shane Williams expects head coach Warren Gatland to make changes after defeat by England.
A Denbighshire man was kidnapped, stripped and beaten before being found wandering dazed and naked in a street, a court hears.
A man accused of carelessly driving a car which ploughed into a lollipop lady and five pupils outside a school will go on trial in May.
A Cynon Valley rugby coach who attacked a linesman during an under-14 match is sent on an anger management course.
Two South Wales Police officers are sacked for gross misconduct over their handling of sex allegations against a colleague.
Proposals for an 800-lodge resort on Anglesey overcome another hurdle as the Welsh government says it will not be reviewing the council's planning decision.
Sporting stars and community heroes are named as bearers for the Commonwealth Games' Queen's Baton Relay when it visits Wales.
Gardeners can start planting vegetables again on an allotment flooded two years ago as a council confirms it was not contaminated.
Police investigating the theft of six dogs in Gwynedd arrest a man and recover three dogs.
An experienced walker dies after falling more than 100ft (30m) on a mountain in Snowdonia.
Residents of a coastal community are considering a legal challenge against plans that would see their village abandoned to the sea.
Families struggling to afford school uniforms should be treated better, an AM says, after a teenager was punished for wearing the wrong shoes.
Police appeal for witnesses after a pedestrian dies after being hit by a bus in Denbighshire.
Work to improve flood defences which failed to protect homes on a new estate is given the go-ahead.
Plans for a new artificial pitch costing £440,000 are unveiled by a Welsh Premier League football club.
A new Welsh-medium primary school in Newtown is granted planning permission to meet a growing demand in north Powys.
Dyfed-Powys Police investigate after a motorcyclist died in a collision involving two other vehicles in Ceredigion.
Captain Ashley Williams says Swansea's fixture break will allow them to focus on their Premier League campaign.
An investigation is under way following the death of a 20-year-old bar worker at a pub in Swansea.
A former primary school teacher is convicted of abusing two pupils during sleepovers at his home more than 30 years ago.
A centre to provide emotional and practical support services to people with cancer could be built in Cardiff.
Poverty-stricken areas in Cardiff are sharing nearly £6m over the next two years.
Victorian underground toilets which were closed by Cardiff council last year to save money, could soon reopen.
The former deputy speaker of the House of Commons sexually abused young men in Parliament and at the Conservative Party conference, a court hears.