Police add there is 'no evidence to date' to suggest carbon monoxide killed the two, believed to be a mother and her four-month-old baby.
Children and staff affected by a crash in Rhoose which injured 9 people are being offered specialist counselling.
A five-year-old boy who sparked a massive police hunt when he went missing was later found safe - sleeping under a bean bag in his own home.
Witnesses are being sought after a woman died following a crash in Swansea this morning.
The woman was walking on Sketty Lane in the direction of Mumbles Road when she was hit by a silver Seat Leon at around 7.10am. She was taken to Morriston Hospital, but later died from her injuries.
The Seat driver has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving. South Wales Police is appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision or who saw the silver Seat Leon being driven before the collision to contact them on 101 quoting reference number 62130386977.
South Wales Police is appealing for information to find Sam Bailey, who is one of south Wales' 'most wanted men.'
An arrest warrant was issued for the 33 year old, who from Trehafod, Rhondda, after he failed to answer bail in connection with drug offences three years ago.
He is described as having a fair complexion, short brown hair and brown eyes. Bailey has a missing front tooth and a tattoo of a dog on his forearm. He is known to have links in the Cardiff area.
Anyone with information should contact South Wales Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
An investigation has been launched after a body was found in Porthcawl. Police were called to Victoria Ave just before 8:30 this morning. The body of a male, believed to be 58 years old was found.
No formal identification of the body has taken place and police aren't treating the find as suspicious. Enquiries are ongoing to trace the next of kin.
Police are appealing for a good samaritan who stopped his van to help a woman in distress to get in touch with them.
He was driving a Balfour Beatty van in Tonypandy at around 3.45pm on Tuesday 12th November and stopped to assist the woman after a disturbance broke out on her property.
Officers believe this man may have information that will help their ongoing inquiries into the incident on Brithweunydd Road.
He's urged to call South Wales Police’s 101 number or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police are appealing for information after the home of Swansea player Garry Monk was burgled.
South Wales Police say the break-in happened on Gower Road in Swansea over the weekend.
Detectives say a large quantity of property was taken included high-value watches and jewellery, laptop computers and computer equipment, mobile phones and a Swansea City kitbag marked with the Number 16 and Garry Monk's name.
Detective Inspector Darren George of Swansea CID said, "The burglary has resulted in a significant amount of property being stolen, much of which is of great sentimental value to Garry and his family."
Anyone with information should call police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 quoting occurrence number 62130363685.
South Wales Police is appealing for information to trace the owners of some old photographs found in a suitcase. The suitcase was given to a PCSO after being found on a green near Willowbrook Gardens and Crumlin Drive in St Mellons, Cardiff.
The case also contained military photographs and various personal documents. Anyone with information can contact police on 101.
Firecrews have spent a second night dealing with a large fire that's destroyed a recycling plant in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Nearly 20 firefighters are currently at the SiteServ plant in Llandow. The blaze started on Tuesday evening.
Fire investigators are still trying to find the cause of a massive blaze that has destroyed a recycling plant in the Vale of Glamorgan.
The fire at the Siteserv plant in Llandow is now under control, but is still likely to burn for a couple of days.
Residents in the area have been told to keep doors and windows closed because there is a risk of asbestos. But the fire service say that today's rain means it will not cause a danger to the public.
Richard Morgan reports.
The fire... involves approximately 1,000 tonnes of non-hazardous mixed household waste.
At a multi-agency emergency meeting on Wednesday, 6 November 2013, involving South Wales Fire & Rescue Service, South Wales Police, Public Health Wales, Natural Resources Wales and the Vale of Glamorgan Council, it was confirmed that although a small amount of asbestos is present in the roof of the affected building, the roof remains intact.
– Vale of Glamorgan Council spokesperson
The fire has resulted in a smoke plume, likely to contain fine dust particles and products of combustion.
An acrid smell has also been reported in the area. Members of the public in the surrounding area are being advised to keep doors and windows closed as a precaution.
Air and water quality will be assessed to determine any potential impact on local health and the environment.
"Asbestos has not been confirmed at the site" said South Wales Fire & Rescue Service.
"However if asbestos is confirmed, this does not pose a safety risk to the public as heavy rainfall and water from firefighting will prevent the asbestos from spreading"