Find out what's making the news across the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area today.
Despite the 2014 floods, a producer of Wolf Hall's telling people in Somerset to be proud of their home.
Prisoner fails to return after being released on temporary licence
Proposals include council tax freeze for sixth year in a row
2,100 new homes will increase demand in the town
Appeal for witnesses to arrest of David Fournier D’albe in Burnham-on-Sea
Sue Mountstevens issues open letter saying "there is nothing to suggest a particular threat in our area"
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Police are looking for Kamari Harrison, 21, who is wanted in connection with a knifepoint robbery and assault.
A Japanese hostage held by Islamic State reportedly says they will kill him and a Jordanian pilot within 24 hours if a woman prisoner is not freed.
The US Army has denied a report that Bowe Bergdahl is to be charged with desertion over his 2009 disappearance from an Afghan base.
The chairman of Pearson, the FTSE-100 education and media group which owns the Financial Times, is to step down after a decade at the helm.
The Israeli military has responded with artillery fire after two rockets were apparently launched from Syria into the Israeli-controlled Golan Heights.
Johnny Depp has seen another box office flop after his new film was trounced at the box office in its opening weekend by the Paddington film.
David Tennant is to take on a role as a villain in Marvel's new television series.
An 8ft polar bear has turned up at some of London's most famous sights.
A DJ described as the "founding father of house" has said his career could be ruined after an airhorn was let off close to his ear during a soundcheck.
Steve Smith swept the board at Australia's seasonal awards in Sydney, claiming the coveted Allan Border Medal and the Test and One-Day player of the year.
Maria Sharapova defeated Eugenie Bouchard with an imperious display, setting up an Australian Open women's semi-final with enigmatic fellow Russian Ekaterina Makarova.
Andy Murray has proved too experienced for Australian teenager Nick Kyrgios, winning in straight sets to reach the Australian Open semi-finals.
The Rangers board has agreed a £10m loan deal with Mike Ashley's company Sports Direct.
A judge in the French city of Valenciennes has told a couple they cannot call their baby daughter Nutella, because it "is the trade name of a spread".
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House of Halo have recreated the FRIENDS opening credits…without the music! It's weird!
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