The parents of a baby who had both her arms and legs amputated after being struck by meningitis say they've now received nearly £150,000.
Bristol City are on their way to Wembley.
It was a one all draw with Gillingham in the Johnstone's Paint Trophy at Ashton Gate tonight but City won 5-3 on aggregate.
Striker Matt Smith scored all five goals.
The Robins will now face Walsall at Wembley in the final.
Here is a picture of four of the original Lynx pilots who completed their training in 1978.
They were on hand today to see the final cohort of Lynx and Seaking pilots receive their wings:
The Johnstone's Paint Trophy is a competition which City have been very successful in since it was created in the mid 1980s.
The Ashton Gate club have won the trophy twice and finished runners-up twice.
Our reporter Tim Walsh takes us on a journey through our archives..
A band of hail and snow has travelled through the West Country, bringing with it wintry conditions.
One farmer on the Somerset Levels took this picture of the hailstones settling on his cattle - but the cows did not bat an eyelid.
If you have any photos of the wintry weather where you live, email us at email@example.com. Do tell us your name and where you took the picture and we may feature them on ITV News West Country.
Bristol City have extended Matt Smith's loan from Fulham until March 1st.
The striker has found the net 9 times in 12 games.
City play Gillingham tonight in the second leg of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy area final. Steve Cotterill's men won 4-2 in the first leg at Priestfield, with Smith scoring all four goals.
But if they reach Wembley, the 25-year-old will be unable to play because the loan has a maximum length of 93 days under FIFA rules.
Bristol City are just 90 minutes away from a Wembley cup-final.
They take on Gillingham tonight in the second leg of the Johnstone's Paint Trophy area final.
City take a two goal lead into the game, but manager Steve Cotterill says his players won't get complacent:
The main post office in Weston-super-Mare is to remain open after all.
The branch on Regent Street shut suddenly on Monday evening due to contractual difficulties. But agreement has now been reached with the landlord.
Post Office Ltd released the following statement today:
The parents of a baby who had both her arms and legs amputated after being struck by meningitis say they've now received nearly £150,000 in donations.
Doctors thought Harmonie-Rose Allen wouldn't survive but, the fourteen month old from Bath has defied all odds and fought back.
Police in Cheltenham have released CCTV footage of a youth running across seven cars on a garage forecourt, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
The act of vandalism happened on Tewkesbury Road between 5.30pm and 6pm on Sunday 25 January.
Officers are appealing for anyone with further information.