Find out what's making the news across the Bristol, Bath and Somerset area today.
Somali gang abused teenage girls
John Norris from St. Pauls in Bristol hasn't been seen since Monday 24th November.
20 year old Keynsham student was on his way to Australia for a University placement.
Two men steal reindeer in Taunton
The former owner of a string of children's homes has been convicted of sex abuse against 19 youngsters who lived in the properties.
A high court judge has said he is satisifed former chief whip Andrew Mitchell called police officers "plebs".
The European parliament has demanded action that could lead to competition regulators attempting to break-up firms such as Google.
Two men who were sexually abused by care home boss John Allen have revealed how they were abandoned in a care system that destroyed their lives.
Acclaimed British crime writer PD James, whose books included Death Comes To Pemberley, has died aged 94.
Take That have snubbed Spotify after striking a deal with Google's streaming service for their new album.
Bill Cosby has said he gave the National Enquirer an exclusive interview in 2005 in exchange for the tabloid dropping a story by a woman accusing him of sexual assault.
Burt Reynolds is auctioning off hundreds of his possessions, including awards and costumes from his films, as he struggles with financial problems.
The curtain has come down on an incredible 11 days of Commonwealth Games sporting action in a glittering ceremony at Glasgow's Hampden Park.
Arsenal will be without Jack Wilshere for around three months after the England midfielder underwent successful surgery.
Billy Twelvetrees has been called into the England side for the final QBE International against Australia on Saturday.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been detained in Mexico after failing to attend a number of High Court hearings in London.
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