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.
81 Gromit statues that have been on show in Bristol are being auctioned this evening to raise money for Bristol Children's Hospital.
One statue, entitled 'Watch out, Gromit!' has sold for £50,000.
A couple who met at a bus stop in Bristol have been given the sign after the stop was closed by the council.
Romantic Aly Hussein, 41, used to spot Michala at the stop every morning on her way to work. After eventually plucking up the courage to introduce himself the two became a couple and married in 2010.
But when a friend heard Bristol City Council planned to remove the bus stop along with a series of others as part of a transport plan she got in touch with them.
Aly said: "Every day I used to see her at the same time in the same place and really wanted to get to know her so one day I took the opportunity to say hello.
"Our daily chats led to me asking her out properly. We've now been married for three years but I’ll never forget how we met and it’s wonderful that we can keep a little bit of our history forever."
Giant sculptures of Wallace's faithful friend Gromit are being auctioned off later this week to raise money for a children's hospital charity.
The colourful creations spent 10 weeks adorning the streets of Bristol as part of the Gromit Unleashed project.
Sir Quentin Blake, Jools Holland, Joanna Lumley and Cath Kidston are among those who designed the Gromits now up for grabs.
Bristol Rovers manager tells ITV News he feels ashamed of troublemaking fans at last night's Bristol derby. He added that continuing violence could lead to matches behind 'closed doors', with no spectators.
Bristol City manager Sean O'Driscoll said that although the match against Bristol Rovers was "tremendous", violence which broke out after the football derby was "disgraceful".
Mr O'Driscoll added: "That's what people will now be talking about...players were disappointed as well. The game was played in good spirit, competitive but not overzealous. We wanted the supporters to act in the same manner but unfortunately they didn't".
Mounted police were called in after a pitch invasion following Bristol City's 2-1 victory against Bristol Rovers at Ashton Gate tonight.
Avon and Somerset Police say they have arrested around a dozen "known hooligans" following violence atthe Bristol football derby.
Chief Superintendent Caroline Peters criticised a "small minority of hooligans" for coming to the match "with the sole intention of trying to spoil the enjoyment for the majority".
Three police officer were treated for non-serious injuries, she said.