Police say 85 year-old John Roberts, who lived locally, was involved in an accident at Mill Road, Ely, Cardiff on Saturday.
He was admitted to the University Hospital of Wales where he died from his injuries.
'The cause of the collision is being investigated by the Roads Policing Unit, and the appeal for potential witnesses continues.' - South Wales Police
Armed officers have been deployed to an "incident" on Colum Road in Cardiff.
Police were called to the scene just after 7am this morning. South Wales Police said armed officers were deployed to "ensure the safety of the public and officers in the area."
A 27 year old man has been arrested and is in police custody.
The road was closed for a short time but has now reopened.
Armed police are at an ongoing incident on Station Road in Llanelli. Sgt Justin Evans said: "We are acting on information and we need to track down a suspect. It's an ongoing incident on Station Road armed officers are in attendance and the road is closed off."
Police say there is no more information available at this time.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old boy was assaulted in the St Mellons area of Cardiff.
The assault happened on the grassy area near Tesco outside the St Mellons Community Centre at around 8pm on Tuesday 10 December.
Two local boys aged 14 and 12 have been arrested and are on bail while officers continue to make enquiries including checking CCTV.
Police have arrested a 21 year-old man in connection with a serious sexual assault which happened near Swansea Civic Centre at around 5.40pm on Wednesday.
The female victim, who is aged in her 50s, was walking from her work place to her car when she was threatened before being sexually assaulted.
The man was arrested in the Swansea area and is currently in custody at Swansea Central Police Station.
South Wales Police say the investigation is continuing.
Police Minister Damian Green says a review of crime figures will look at complaints about figures for the Gwent force area. He was responding to Blaenau Gwent MP Nick Smith who's called for an inquiry into the recording of crime in Gwent during a Commons debate on Police and Crime Commissioners.
Blaenau Gwent MP Nick Smith has called for Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary to look into claims crime reporting in the Gwent area was 'capped.' He made his call during a House of Commons debate on the rôles and powers of Police and Crime Commissioners in Wales.
Mr Smith said that the force's Commissioner Ian Johnston had not justified claims that the area's figures had been capped. He said an external inquiry is needed.
Armed officers have been deployed to an incident in the Cathays area of Cardiff. Officers attended the incident on Monthermer Road at around 8.30 am this morning. South Wales Police said an investigation into the matter is continuing.
Armed Officers were deployed "to ensure the safety of the public and officers in the area."
A body camera pilot scheme run by police in Cardiff is to be extended following a number of successful prosecutions.
Since June a team of response officers in the west of Cardiff have been equipped with the camera when attending 999 calls to violent incidents.
The cameras, similar to those worn by extreme sportspeople such as snow boarders and rock climbers, captures evidence in the same way as traditional CCTV cameras.
Two men were this week sentenced at Cardiff Magistrates' Court after being arrested by officers equipped with the camera.
Detective Sergeant Chris Hathway, from South Wales Police who is leading the project, said: "CCTV is used on a daily basis for successful prosecutions in a wide range of crimes.
"While Cardiff is well equipped with an excellent CCTV system, there are occasions where officers attend an incident perhaps at a residential or commercial property where there are no cameras.**
"This evidence will supplement all the usual enquiries such as witness statements and forensic examination."**
The decision to scrap Police Authorities and replace them with Police and Crime Commissioners has been criticised by some, who say it is too expensive.
However, according to the Home Office, police reforms are working and crime is falling.