A 27-year-old man has died and another is in hospital with serious injuries after two cars collided in Somerset on Saturday night.
The cars crashed into each other head-on at 9.40pm in Whitelackington, near Ilminster. Both drivers were trapped in their cars, and despite medical treatment, one of them was pronounced dead at the scene.
The other driver, a 51-year-old man, is in hospital with a fractured pelvis and a broken leg, but is not in a life-threatening condition.
Avon and Somerset Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
The Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has been discussing proposals to improve the A303 to the West country at a meeting with business leaders and councillors in Somerset.
He gave strong hints that money for the scheme would be announced in the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Autumn Statement next month.
15 people who were found in a lorry at a service station on the A303 in Somerset are spending the night at a village hall near Yeovil. Police have arrested the German driver. An investigation is underway into how the group, who claim to come from Kashmir and Eritrea, came into the country.
Our Somerset Correspondent David Woodland has this report:
Just a year ago Ollie Wilson's family say they were hardly able to lead a normal life. Ollie who is 6 years old is autistic. Typical days out were nearly impossible and his parents thought he would be moved to a special school.
But all that changed when Ollie's family discovered the charity Horseshoes and Handprints in Somerset - and for the first time in his life, Ollie even smiled. Ellie Barker has the story.
A charity in Somerset has completely changed the life of a six-year-old autistic boy.
Ollie Wilson's parents said days out were almost impossible because of their son's behavioural difficulties. But with the help of Horseshoes and Handprints near Ilminster, they've seen him smile for the first time.
A Good Samaritan driver who stopped to help[ a cyclist who was forced off the road by a speeding motorist near Ilminster was himself injured when the car returned and drove straight at him.
The incident happened at around 10.20am on Saturday on Barrington Hill towards Horton near Ilminster.
A black VW Golf was driving erratically and at speed in the Taunton direction when he overtook a cyclist in an aggressive manor.
The driver of a Renault Scenic stopped to ask the cyclist if he was ok at which point the Golf pulled up and the driver shouted abuse.
He then revved the engine and deliberately drove at the Scenic driver, throwing him into the air and leaving him with serious bruising and shock.
Nine police officers who worked on the Catherine Wells-Burr murder investigation have been presented with awards by their Chief Constable.
The graduate's body was set alight in her car near Ilminster in 2012. Three people were jailed for life. The team were among a number of staff recognised for their commitment at a ceremony in Bristol.
A Bristol man says his children won't have a Christmas after a cash machine retained £300 he was trying to withdraw in Ilminster.
Mark Ashdown is chasing Natwest for the money after their head office said it would take a month to sort out. The bank says it's investigating claims that £300 was lost at a branch in Ilminster.