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.
Crowds flocked to Bristol this weekend for the See No Evil festival - a showcase of work by more than 40 graffiti artists.
The sky above Bristol was filled with hot air balloons this morning ahead of the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta
Police in Bristol have confirmed that two people have been killed in a hit-and-run incident in the village of Hanham, in the east of the city, this afternoon.
A car is believed to have hit two cyclists - a man and a woman - who died from their injuries. The car reportedly left the scene.
Two people have been killed after a car hit two cyclists in Hanham, Bristol.
Police are now searching for the driver who left the scene.
Two rare Asiatic lion cubs are being hand reared by zoo keepers after they took the unusual and difficult decision to remove them from their mother.
Kamran and Ketan were rejected by the lioness soon after birth. ITV News reporter Rupert Evelyn has our exclusive report on the pride of Bristol Zoo:
Police have issued a warning after a murderer went on the run from prison and could be a danger to the public.
Brian Grady, also known as Brian Revill, walked out of HMP Prescoed in south Wales yesterday and failed to return, according to Gwent Police.
The 26-year-old was jailed for at least 11 years in July 2003 at Bristol Crown Court after being convicted of murder and robbery.
But he has now disappeared, and police believe he could be in the Bristol area, where he has contacts.
A spokesman for Gwent Police said: "We have activated our operational plan with the aim of locating him and the prison is co-operating fully with us."It is believed there may be a potential risk to the public due to the fact that he is no longer in the custody of the prison service."
Grady is described as white, 5ft 11in, of average build, with short light brown hair and blue eyes. He has a scar under his left eye and speaks with a Bristol accent.
Well-wishers have been leaving flowers outside the Bristol family home of Jacintha Saldanha - the nurse who has died after answering a prank call at the hospital where the Duchess of Cambridge was being treated.
Nine people were taken to hospital today following a house fire in which the family dog died.
Fire crews were called to the house on Lodge Hill in Cossham, Bristol, shortly before 7am today.
A woman and two girls were rescued by firefighters from the roof of the pro
perty, while six others escaped from the house unaided.
Four ambulances also attended the scene and took a baby, four children, two teenagers and two adults to Frenchay Hospital in Bristol.
A boy under five-year-old is being treated for burns at the hospital, which has a specialist burns department.