Police are investigating the death of a man in Cardiff. An incident happened at around 7 o'clock last night in the Pentwyn area.
No more details have been released, but there's an appeal for witnesses.
They should call crimestoppers.
Police say a man's died after a car left the road and collided with a wall during yesterday's rush hour near Swansea.
It happened, just before 5.30pm, on the A483 dual carriageway at Penllegaer.
South Wales police trained family liaison officers are supporting the family of the deceased.
Officers are appealing for witnesses. They should call 101.
South Wales Police have tweeted a picture of their police dog Sam enjoying the sun today.
PD Sam can be seen sporting a pair of shades as he makes the most of the glorious weather we've been enjoying throughout the day.
And after a pretty soggy couple of days it's about time we all enjoy a drop of warm sunshine!
But will it last? Ruth Wignall has the latest weather forecast here.
If your animals have been out and about today why not share your photos with us? Here's how you can get in touch:
South Wales Police say a woman was 'very lucky' to escape a car accident last night with only minor injuries.
The driver's Vauxhall overturned on the A4232 as she drove towards the city centre. The incident happened at 9pm last night and no other cars were involved. Road traffic police and an ambulance attended the accident.
"The driver was checked over at the scene and left with only minor injuries. It was a very lucky escape"
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Two police officers who stole £10,000 during a raid have been jailed. South Wales Police say they "betrayed" public trust.Read the full story ›
Two corrupt officers from South Wales Police have been convicted of stealing £10,000 during a raid.
Former Detective Sergeant Stephen Phillips, 47, from Swansea and Detective Constable Michael Stokes, 35, from Glynneath, stole bundles of banknotes during a raid on a suspected drug dealer - and more later during a formal cash count at their police station.
"Today’s convictions are the result of a thorough and determined investigation carried out by South Wales Police that evidences our commitment to tackling and rooting out corruption within the force.
“Police officers hold positions of trust and need to set the highest of standards when serving the people of South Wales. These officers have betrayed that trust with their actions.
“These men are now starting prison sentences, and this, I hope, sends out a clear and unequivocal message that South Wales Police will identify and deal with anyone who engages in this type of corrupt behaviour.”
A third officer originally on trial was discharged earlier in proceedings.
Police say a 75 year-old pedestrian's died after being involved in a collision with a car in Cardiff.
It happened yesterday afternoon near the junction of Park Road Whitchurch and Lon-y-Celyn and involved the man and a Daihatsu Charade.
There's an appeal for witnesses and a woman's assisting police with their enquiries.
The three serving South Wales Police officers took the cash following a raid Cardiff Crown Court was told at the start of their trial.Read the full story ›