West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service are attending a fire on the third floor of a school in Horsham. They were called to the Millais School in Depot Road at 2.52pm. Six fire engines are at the scene. More to follow.
West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service are currently at a house in Cootes Avenue in Horsham where the chimney has fallen through the roof.
We're told no-one is injured.
Investigations are underway into the cause of a fire at a dry cleaners in West Sussex. Fire crews were called to the shop in Bishropic in Horsham just before 7pm tonight. No-one was hurt. Police will attend the scene tomorrow morning to investigate.
This is the first class stamp that we will be using this Christmas, which has been designed by 7-year-old Molly Robson.
Molly, who is from Horsham and attends Leechpool Primary School, drew Santa, snow and presents to depict Christmas.
Her design was picked out from 240,000 entries.
Royal Mail have chosen a design by a young girl from Horsham to feature on their first class Christmas stamp this year.
Seven-year-old Molly Robson drew Santa, surrounded by snow and presents in answer to the question "What does the Christmas season mean to you?"
Her drawing beat 240,000 other entries.
It is only the third time in Royal Mail's near 500-year history that children have designed their Christmas stamp.
We spoke to Molly and her mum and dad.
Two West Sussex Anglers have broken their personal records by landing two fish weighing in excess of 300lbs in total on a river in Spain.
Neil James, from Horsham, caught a 151lb catfish on the River Ebro at the small village of Riba Roja, near Barcelona, in June.
An even larger fish weighing 161lb was landed by his friend Alan Brumwell, from Angmering, when the two men returned to the same stretch of water four weeks later.
A group of young freerunners were hit by air gun pellets in Horsham, Sussex.
Police were called to the scene in Market Square at 5.15pm on Sunday August 11.
They quickly identified a 47-year-old man from Horsham who was arrested on suspicion of GBH.
An air rifle was removed from a nearby address.
Two of the men, aged 19 and 21, were taken to the East Surrey Hospital for treatment to wounds caused by the pellets.
The man remained in custody on Monday morning.
Now, she's the little dog that's on a roll. Cheeky was so badly neglected that when the RSPCA rescued her they found out she'd lost her front paws! But, thanks to students in Sussex, she now has new wheels. Andy Dickenson reports.