A decision will be made this week about whether to allow Bristol Cathedral Primary School to use space at Central Library
A teenager was fatally stabbed during a fight in Bristol arranged on BlackBerry Messenger, a court has heard.
Bristol City have parted company with head coach Sean O'Driscoll with immediate effect as the team languishes 22nd in the League One table
Vincent Tabak, the man who murdered Bristol Architect Joanna Yeates, has been summoned to court to face charges for possessing indecent images of children.
Having carefully considered the file of evidence handed to us by Avon and Somerset police, the CPS has today authorised them to summons Vincent Tabak in respect of two counts of making indecent images and four counts of possession of indecent photographs of a child.
This decision was taken in accordance with the Code for Crown Prosecutors.
We have concluded that there is sufficient evidence for a realistic prospect of conviction and that a prosecution is required in the public interest.
– Chief Crown Prosecutor for CPS South West, Barry Hughes
May I remind all concerned that Mr Tabak has a right to a fair trial.
It is very important that nothing is said, or reported, which could prejudice that trial.
Vincent Tabak will appear at Bristol Magistrates' Court at a future date to be confirmed.
Panto season is underway but one theatre in the Wwest is offering a more 'alternative' version.
The Bristol Old Vic is putting on The Little Mermaid but insist their production is very different from the Disney story.
ITV West Country's Kylie Pentelow went to see...
The renovation of one of Bristol's longest-standing eyesores has moved a step closer with the appointment of a housing association to oversee redevelopment work. Westmoreland House and the neighbouring Carriageworks on Stokes Croft have been left derelict and vandalised for many years.
Bristol City Council has appointed Knightstone Housing to oversee the eventual building work which it's hoped will transform the site into homes, businesses and public areas.
Councillor Mark Bradshaw, Assistant Mayor with responsibility for strategic housing and planning, said: “We still have a long way to go to bring this gateway site, which has lain derelict far too long, back into use but we are a significant step closer now.
The city council has drawn up plans to compusorily purchase the buildings if the private owners fail to agree on terms to sell.
A new business centre has opened in Isambard Kingdom Brunel's original train station in Bristol.
£1.7 million has been spent transforming The Engine Shed into a base for hi-tech and creative firms.
The Grade One listed building was built in 1841.
University staff across the region are on strike today as part of the ongoing row over pay.
The industrial action follows a similar strike in October, which caused widespread disruption at local colleges and universities.
Lecturers and other teaching staff are unhappy at proposed pay rises of 1% or less, claiming that in real terms their pay has been cut by around 15% in recent years.
The Home Secretary has told MPs she hopes an inquiry into the murder of a Bristol man, wrongly accused of being a paedophile, will report soon.
Last week two men were jailed for their part in the death of Bijan Ebrahimi outside his flat in Brislington.
Today local MP Kerry McCarthy called on Theresa May to ensure that a report into the police handling of the case by the watchdog, the IPCC, would be ready as quickly as possible.
Police in Bristol have rescued a man after he fell into icy water near Bristol Bridge.
Two officers went into the water at 3am on Saturday morning to help the man, whilst another two supported with rope. They were treated for hypothermia.
If you take a stroll along the Bristol Harbourside over the next few weeks you will come across a giant tent. But it is not just any tent - it's a Spiegeltent .
In the countdown to Christmas it will be home to parties, live performances and there will even be a Royal presence.
Ellie Barker reveals all.
ITV News understands that one of the allegations being made against police over their handling of the Bijan Ebrahimi case is that an officer was too busy to see him because he was eating a pot noodle.
Mr Ebrahimi was brutally murdered in Bristol after being falsely accused of being a paedophile. Now, the woman elected to represent the public within Avon and Somerset police told our reporter Bob Constantine that she wants to hold an open meeting to discuss the case.