Find out what's making the news across the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area today.
Somerset County Council say they fully accept the findings of an Ofsted report into children's services
More than 1,000 jobs secured at helicopter company
Trial date set for October
People in Bristol are being urged to return unused medicines to their pharmacy and recycle inhalers.
Penduline tit photographed at Dyrham Park
Father and son jailed for their part in drugs operation
Police arrest man from Street
John Solan's crimes dated back to 1970s
Air Canada says a plane has come off the runway at Halifax airport after making an "abrupt" landing.
Thousands of Singaporeans and world leaders are lining the streets to pay their respects to the country's founding prime minister.
A potentially life-saving vaccine against meningitis B will soon be available to all babies in the UK after a long stand-off over the cost.
France's President Francois Hollande has announced that a French tourist injured in the assault on Tunisia's national museum has died, bringing the total number of victims of the Islamic State atta
James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore has been forced to deny accusations of racism because he said he wanted the next bond to be "English English".
Filming on the James Bond movie Spectre has shut down Mexico City’s Plaza de la Constitución for four days as the cast and crew shoot the opening scene of the movie.
Antonio Banderas has told Sky News he never thought he would be able to feature in an animated film in Hollywood because English is not his first language.
The director of a new film based on the trial of Amanda Knox has told Sky News' Entertainment Week the case became a "soap opera".
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger believes introducing a quota-based system to the Premier League would be counter-productive.
Saracens moved second in the Aviva Premiership standings after a 42-14 hammering of Harlequins at Wembley.
Gavin McDonnell secured the European super-bantamweight title with a wide points win over Oleksandr Yegorov.
Gareth Bale scored two and set up another as Wales moved to the top of Group B in the European Qualifiers with a 3-0 win over 10-man Israel in Haifa.
A couple searched for "how people got caught after bank robberies" shortly before carrying out their heist, according to authorities.
A radiation leak at an underground nuclear waste dump was partially caused by cat litter used to soak up contaminated liquid inside the barrels.
Electricity in the air appears to help animals predict earthquakes, according to a new study of the phenomenon.
A bungling burglary suspect has been arrested by police after he sent out messages on social media leading them to his hiding place.
The cute kitten was a big distraction during his owners spring clean!
'Sex and The City' star gives the actor some SERIOUSLY dirty looks.
Watch what happens when a dad asks his cute daughters to help him pop the question.
Who knew James Corden could make such a convincing Meg Ryan?
A whopping 79% of women lie to their friends and family about the real reason they can’t go out on the town.
According to one in ten men a man's place is now well and truly in the kitchen.
Research has revealed that 85% of British men dream of an easy life.
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