A teenager from Bristol has been selected to join the UK's national cheerleading squad after giving up rugby to pursue his passion.
Hot air balloons have been soaring across the skies of Bristol as the city's International Balloon Fiesta draws to a close.
Police said a car struck and killed the cyclists - a man and a woman - before the driver fled the scene of the crash in Bristol.
Former Olympic cycling champion Chris Boardman says Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGVs) such as lorries should be banned from towns and cities during rush hour - to protect fellow cyclists.
He was speaking after a number of cyclists were killed by HGVs.
Lorry owners say the roads are for all to share.
But cyclists are 30 times more likely to be injured than motorists.
Our Correspondent Dan Rivers has been to Bristol to see how safe our roads are for cyclists.
Avon and Somerset police officer Christopher Hardaway remains in hospital after falling through a garage roof while pursuing a suspect in Bristol.
The officer, who is in his 20s, suffered serious head injuries after plunging through the roof of a car mechanics' premises in Hampton Road, Redland, this morning.
He had been on patrol with a colleague when they noticed a man acting suspiciously.The police helicopter was called to help the search and reported that a man was on the roof of the Bristol 2CV garage.
Pc Hardaway climbed on to the roof to look for the man but fell through it. He was taken to Frenchay Hospital, where he remains in a critical condition.
The Assistant Chief Constable of Avon and Somerset Police has described an officer injured while chasing a suspect as "brave and courageous."
PC Chris Hardaway suffered serious head injuries when he fell through a garage roof this morning.
Assistant Chief Constable Anthony Bangham said: "This kind of feat is part and parcel of the daily business of our officers.
"Christopher has been seriously injured and is undergoing emergency surgery and our thoughts are with him and his family at this time."
A police officer is in a critical condition in Bristol after falling through the roof of a garage whilst chasing a suspect.
PC Chris Hardaway suffered serious head injuries when he fell this morning. He was pursuing a man who was 'acting suspiciously'.
More than 7,000 properties in the Bristol and Bath area have reportedly been left without power as a severe storm battered England and Wales overnight.
Widespread flooding hit southern parts of the country as rain and winds of almost 100mph arrived from the southwest.
Trees have been brought down by high winds, damaging properties and power cables, while a number of roads are impassable due to floodwater.
Bristol City Council has cancelled a parking ticket issued to a driver who pulled over into a loading bay to help an injured cyclist.
Janet Young gave first aid to a cyclist in Church Road, St George, Bristol, who had clipped a pavement and fallen off his bike.
Mrs Young, a receptionist from Bristol, said she would do the same again despite having received a parking ticket.
"I think anyone would, of course we would, its just [instinctive] to help someone in need," she told the BBC.
Mrs Young's car was caught on camera by a parking enforcement vehicle, "so they would have seen the accident", she said.
The parking ticket was overturned after Mrs Young lodged an appeal with the council.
A council spkeswoman said its parking wardens "have to follow the letter of the law" when issuing penalties, but added: "Appeals are considered sympathetically in certain circumstances, providing there is evidence."
The auction of the Bristol Gromits has raised a total of £2,357,000 for the Grand Appeal. The money will go towards Bristol Children's Hospital.
A Gromit statue auction has so far raised £2 million for a Bristol Children's Hospital.
81 sculptures are being sold at auction this evening.