The funeral of a mother and baby whose bodies were found in the Avon Gorge in Bristol took place today. Charlotte Bevan and her newborn daughter Zaani went missing from St Michael's Hospital earlier this month, prompting a huge search.
A fourth ward has been closed at Weston General Hospital due to an outbreak of norovirus.
Cheddar ward has been closed because of another outbreak of the vomiting bug.
Three wards were closed earlier this week, but Kewstoke was reopened on Friday. Uphill and Berrow remain closed.
Restrictions are in place and visitors have been asked to stay away unless absolutely necessary.
The body of a man has been found in the Gloucester to Sharpness canal.
Police were called to the Sandfield Bridge area of Saul in the early hours of this morning. The man in his sixties had gone missing following a night our with friends.
His body was recovered at 5:45 GMT. His next of kin have been informed and the death is not being treated as suspicious.
A self-confessed unfit man from Gloucestershire will this weekend climb the height of Mount Everest to raise money to help his daughter to walk.
James Bottger will climb Robinswood Hill in Gloucester 75 times in a row - the equivalent of the almost 9000metres - to try to raise enough money to pay for 3 year old Charlotte to have an operation in America.
He's supported by our Pride of Britain winner Jamie McDonald - who has set up a new foundation to encourage charity challenges with his cousin Kev Brady. Ken Goodwin reports:
To donate some money towards Charlotte's treatment follow this link to the Superheroes website.
Work will begin at Bristol Temple Meads station tonight to remove the disused mail conveyor.
It will begin the process of the electrification of the main line to the South West - which is expected to be finished by 2017. The work to remove the old Royal Mail conveyor will be finished while the station is closed on Christmas day.
Bristol Zoo’s six gorillas have received their own stockings, full of their favourite vegetables, to celebrate the festive season.
Whilst the Zoo’s gorillas may be enjoying treats this Christmas, their critically endangered cousins in Cameroon are increasingly facing threats.
Western lowland gorillas are being hunted at a rapid rate. This critically endangered animal is a victim of sustenance hunting in Cameroon.
The big Christmas getaway has started as schools break up and people head off for the festive break.
Bristol Airport is expecting one of its busiest-ever weekends. Twenty thousand passengers will be flying into and out of the terminal on Sunday alone.
On the roads, the AA says Christmas shopping means congestion is likely around Cribbs Causeway. But there's some good news for motorists. The Highways Agency says it's suspending some motorway roadworks.