The storms may mean chaos but they've had an unexpected outcome - the discovery of a 200 million-year-old ichthyosaur off the Dorset coast
A pensioner has died after being trampled by cows as she walked her dog in a field in Wiltshire.
Daley Thompson, Sharron Davies and John Inverdale are in town as part of a nationwide tour to encourage people to take up sport.
A thermal imaging camera had to be used to locate a man and woman before they could be rescued from the River Avon in Chippenham on Monday evening.
Wiltshire Fire and Rescue Service said a full search of the river had to be undertaken by firecrews from Chippenham and Corsham, Paramedics, and Police, because the casualties had given them the wrong location.
All three emergency services took part in Monday night's operation to rescue a man and woman from the River Avon in Chippenham.
– Darren Nixon, Station Manager, Wiltshire Fire & Rescue Service
We think the two people were in the water for 20-25 minutes, and they were extremely lucky that they were found when they were.
All three emergency services worked together very well to locate the casualties, and police officers and a couple of firefighters held onto the pair until the specialist water rescue crew could enter the water and bring them to safety."
A man and woman have been rescued from the River Avon in Chippenham.
ITV News Westcountry understands the couple was walking towards the Blue Bridge around 9pm on Monday 11 March when the woman slipped and fell into the water.
She was unable to climb back out because of the steep and muddy embankment.
The man telephoned 999 and then jumped into the river to try to help her.
Two people are being treated for hypothermia after being rescued from the river Avon in Chippenham. Crews were called out just after 9 o'clock last night to the Monkton Park area to rescue a woman in her 40s and a man who is thought to have gone in to help her.
One was taken to Great Western Hospital in Swindon, the other to Bath's RUH.
A man from Chippenham in Wiltshire has been jailed after being found guilty of child sex offences.
58-year-old Simon Collins was sentenced to seven and a half years. He was jailed alongside a woman and a man from Cheshire. They were all members of a paedophile ring.
It's believed the gang committed other offences and anyone who thinks they've been a victim should contact police.
A 14 year old boy has been hit by a car on a zebra crossing in Chippenham and then assaulted by the driver and passenger. It happened at about 1pm on Tuesday 22 January outside Wiltshire College in Cocklebury Road.
– Sergeant Andy Beaven
After colliding with a young pedestrian as he crossed the road on a zebra crossing, the two adults assaulted him at the scene of the collision and then continued the assault inside the college.
It would also be helpful to hear from any windscreen repair companies who repaired or replaced a windscreen of a silver or blue Ford car in or near Chippenham on or after 22 January.
A farmer from Wiltshire has described his surprise at receiving a postcard more than a century late. The card, which has a 1912 postmark, was delivered to Keith Potter's farm by Royal Mail.
It was addressed to a Vida Doel who had once lived at the same address, but whose family left 87 years ago.
Daisy Gray reports:
Now, do you know anyone who has the same birthday as a brother or sister? Well, what are the chances of both being born on Christmas Day? That's what happened to Natasha Bird from Chippenham.
Some bookmakers offer odds of a million-to-one for it happening. Natasha's now back home and spoke to our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy.
Natasha Bird from Chippenham gave birth to seven year old Louis on Christmas Day but it was when little Sonny arrived on exactly the same day this Christmas, she was really beating the odds. Here's our Wiltshire reporter Robert Murphy's full interview with the miracle mum.
Chippenham mother Natasha Bird is back home after giving birth to her second Christmas Day child.
Sonny arrived seven years to the day after big brother Louis. Bookmakers say the chances of that happening are a million-to-one.