Eddie the Eagle was at the Weymouth Sea Life Park to open a bird of prey show and dive in a tank full of tropical sharks.
A lorry driver has wedged his vehicle between a house and a churchyard wall in a Somerset village, closing the road and damaging the house.
A farmer from Wiltshire has described his surprise at receiving a postcard more than a century late.
Stonehenge was not built for astronomy but was constructed by thousands of people who flocked to the area for the ancient equivalent of Glastonbury festival, researchers have said.
Experts said the placement of the enormous stones united people from across Britain who joined together for mass feasts and to celebrate the winter solstice.
The findings come after a decade of research from University College London which included excavations, laboratory work and the analysis of 63 ancient human remains.
Professor Mike Parker Pearson, who led the team, said the findings overturn the belief that Stonehenge was built as an astronomical calendar or observatory.
Horseworld's Head of Husbandry, Joanne Vaughan, tells ITV News Westcountry about how Dominic the pig came to live at the animal centre, near Bristol.
A pig is being used to help train firemen. He's being used to help Avon Fire and Rescue Service learn how to herd animals.
The service attends more than a 150 animal emergencies a year. So, to help them prepare, they've called in a fourteen stone Gloucestershire Old Spot cross.
Laura Makin-Isherwood reports:
Lenny Henry is known the world over for his comic routines and larger then life personality. But in recent years, he's decided to take on some rather different roles.
He is currently in the West Country starring in a new production at Bath's Theatre Royal. The play, called 'Fences' deals with issues surrounding life as a black family in 1950s Pennsylvania.
He plays Troy Maxon, a once gifted athlete, denied his chance at the big time by the policies of segregation.
Watch the full interview with him below.
The comedian Lenny Henry is appearing at the Theatre Royal Bath in a more serious role than many of his fans expect. He's playing the former American athlete Troy Maxson who was a victim of the country's segregation policies.
Here he tells us about taking up serious acting.
You can hear more from Lenny Henry on ITV News West Country at 6pm.
On ITV News West Country at 6pm, we will be talking to Lenny Henry who is about to appear on stage in the region. He will be telling us about his charity work, his new career as a serious actor and the pressures of balancing domestic life with work.
A family has been reunited with their missing dogs - thanks to Gloucestershire actress Liz Hurley, who joined their Twitter campaign to find them. Francesca Carpenter explains.
A man from Bath is being hailed as a hero for tackling an armed robber at his workplace. Gary Beck hurled a fire extinguisher at the gunman to try to stop him. The raider ran off and Gary chased after him, despite coming face-to-face with the gun. He's been telling his story to Wesley Smith.
A rare Native American totem pole has been sold for £19,000 at an auction in Dorchester. The pole, thought to date from the late 19th century, was recently found at the back of a farmhouse in Dorset.