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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A man accused of killing two pensioners has been found dead in his prison cell while on trial for the murders.
IBM is reportedly planning its largest corporate layoff ever - cutting 111,800 of its staff.
A "potentially historic" storm could dump as much as 3ft (90cm) of snow on the Northeast and snarl transportation for tens of millions of people.
The Malaysia Airlines website has been temporarily shut down by hackers claiming to support the so-called Islamic State.
Debbie Reynolds' six decades of singing, dancing and acting have been recognised with a lifetime achievement award.
Michael Keaton's film Birdman has scooped the top gong at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles.
A movie about a washed-up superhero actor has received a pre-Oscars boost by winning the Producers Guild of America's highest film award.
David Oyelowo, the star of new civil rights film Selma, has told Sky News' Entertainment Week that change is needed at the top of Hollywood if more diverse films are to be made.
Defending champion Stan Wawrinka booked his place in the Australian Open quarter-finals after a four set victory against Spain's Guillermo Garcia-Lopez.
Sepp Blatter has told UEFA "they do not have the courage" to sufficiently challenge his leadership at the upcoming FIFA presidential election and has urged them to back his cause instead.
Aviva Premiership quartet Wasps, Bath, Northampton and Saracens all face daunting away trips in the quarter-finals of the European Champions Cup.
Bill Haas landed his second Humana Challenge title after a narrow one-shot victory in a tight contest at La Quinta, California.
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".
Tying the knot but want a venue with serious wow factor? From treehouses to aquariums, browse our pick of unique places to have your wedding.
From design ideas and uplifting quotes to fun food art for kids, follow these 10 Instagram accounts for a refreshing new look at life.
From 'green-eyed monster' to 'love is blind', see the everyday words and phrases you didn't realise were Shakespearean.
We all hate to hear our alarm clocks go off in the morning but wouldn't it make for a treat to have this adorable little girl to make sure you stay awake?
House of Halo have recreated the FRIENDS opening credits…without the music! It's weird!
Meet the little reptile who simply won't take no for an answer.
No toy is as much fun as some dirty clothes for this little cat!
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