Gary Johnson's Yeovil Town have just three games to save their Championship status despite a goalless draw at Blackburn
A World War II bomb discovered at low tide has been destroyed in a controlled explosion off the coast of North Somerset
Yeovil Town's Championship survival hopes were severely dented last night after losing at at relegation rivals Charlton.
There are just four games of the season left and two of those will be played this Easter weekend. With the obvious exception of Yeovil Town, no other club is sweating more than Bristol Rovers.
Unless Rovers can turn things around, starting at Portsmouth on Saturday, the spectre of relegation from the Football League looms large. Matthias Kurth reports.
It's a busy weekend of sport. The region's football teams all have two games each, with Bristol Rovers fighting for their Football League future.
Manager Darrell Clarke is confident his team can avoid the drop into the Conference:
We have now closed the M5 between J23-26 N and S-bound due to car fire. Avoid area if you can. Listen to local radio for updates
Police have extended the closure points of the M5 in Somerset.
Both carriageways are now closed between J23 A39 (Bridgwater North) and J26 A38 (Wellington).
There are long delays in both directions. Avoid if you can.
The M5 is currently closed in both directions due to a vehicle fire between J24 A38 (Bridgwater South) and J25 A358 (Taunton).
We've closed M5 N and S J24-25 due to a vehicle fire on southbound carriageway. Please find alternative routes.
Five million pounds has been spent improving a motoring museum in Somerset set up by the man who invented the Haynes manual. The books have helped thousands of amateur mechanics fix cars on their driveways.
John Haynes wanted to share his collection of cars, expanding it over thirty years into one of the most important in the world. From Sparkford, Duncan Sleightholme reports.
A motor museum in Somerset has reopened today after a £5m facelift.
There are now three new exhibition halls at the Haynes museum in Sparkford.
It's home to more than 400 cars and motorbikes, as Marc Haynes - a director of the museum - explains:
Fire crews were called to rescue a woman trapped in a car after it crashed into a house. The incident on Wells Road in Wookey Hole, Somerset, was reported just after 3am this morning.
The woman was removed from the car using hydraulic rescue equipment and then taken to hospital by ambulance. There are no reports of any other injuries.