Prince Charles has been visiting Glastonbury Abbey this morning as the first part of his visit to Somerset. Later he will visit Muchelney.
The family of Ellie Clare, who was killed when the car she was travelling in came off the road, have paid tribute to their daughter.
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Bath swimmer Siobhan O'Connor has won silver in the 200m freestyle
The 18 year old missed out on gold by just 0.25 seconds, pushing Australian Emma McKeon to a new Games record of 1:55:57.
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.
Jos Buttler is being tipped as the new star of English cricket after being called into the Test team for the first time for the series with India.
The Taunton-born wicketkeeper will make his debut on Sunday. His potential was first spotted when he attended Kings College in the town.
These pictures were taken last night by two of the ITV News West Country team out and about in Somerset.
Drivers are being warned to slow down on the region's country roads.
Road safety charity brake say drivers should take more care so that walkers and cyclists can enjoy the British countryside this summer. 204 people were killed on roads with low amounts of traffic.
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.
After last night's opening ceremony, competition gets underway at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow today, with a number of West Country athletes hoping to win medals. Among them are Rhythmic gymnasts Lynne Hutchinson and Stephanie Sherlock, who take part in the team competition this morning.
The floodwater on the Somerset Levels may be long gone but the knock-on effects of the winter crisis are still being felt by the region's tourism industry. It's said to be worth around £1 billion to the county's economy and supports 30,000 jobs. But as the holidays begin, some businesses say trade is down 25 per cent.
A Somerset MP has criticised the county council after reports that it pays senior staff the highest salaries in the country.
Tessa Munt, MP for Wells, says she's appalled that the head of Children's services gets £318,000 - more than twice the Prime Minister.
A meeting's being held tonight, 23 July, to promote a campaign for an elected mayor in Bath and North East Somerset, similar to the one in Bristol.
A petition has been started which, if it attracts 6,900 names of voters in the area, will trigger a referendum on the issue.
Supporters are meeting at the BRLSI in Queen Square in Bath at 7pm to discuss the campaign.