A 13-year-old boy could be sitting on a fortune after coming up with the idea of making tax and MOT disc reminders.
In just a few weeks Harvey Millington has had 20,000 orders for his £4 discs.
The teen entrepreneur came up with the idea after asking his Dad why he didn't have a disc anymore, and hearing about motorists getting fined or clamped for forgetting when their car tax or MOT was due, after the government scrapped the tax disc last year.
With his dad's help, he set up Tax Disc Reminder - a limited company which creates tax disc-style inserts which fit into the windscreen holders many still have in their car, reminding drivers of the important dates.
Just eight weeks in, the teen from Taunton has raked in more than £3,000 - though he has not yet decided what to do with his newfound wealth.
Employers in the West have told ITV News that without people coming here to work from abroad, their businesses would grind to a halt.Read the full story ›
Six wards remain closed at Musgrove Park Hospital in Taunton due to an outbreak of Norovirus.
Visiting restrictions are in place and people are being asked to stay away to avoid spreading the infection.
People wanting to visit are being asked to check ward closures on the hospital's website. A further two wards are being deep-cleaned but should reopen today.
There are barely two more days of campaigning left before the most unpredictable election in a generation. The West is proving to be a key battleground - and Nick Clegg's final campaign tour from Lands End to John O'Groats stopped off at Taunton today for a final appeal to Somerset voters.
A charity which was set up in memory of 17 year-old Lloyd Fouracre - who was killed on a night out - is celebrating its 10th anniversary.Read the full story ›
There are long queues northbound on the M5 between Taunton and Bristol as holiday traffic returns home after the Bank Holiday week:
Avon and Somerset Police say fifteen year old Nargis Mosakhel from Taunton has been found safe and well.
A 15-year-old girl has gone missing from Taunton.
Nargis Mosakhel was last seen in the North Street area of the town at 7pm on Tuesday night. She has not been heard from since.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for the teenager, who is believed to be with a man she met. He is described as 50 years old, white, tall and skinny and speaking with a Liverpool accent. He is wearing a blue pin-striped suit and black shoes.
Nargis is described as an Asian girl, about 5ft 2ins, slim build with long wavy light brown hair. She is wearing a black crop top with black fur coat, black leggings, and grey trainers
Legendary Champion jockey AP McCoy is planning to make his swansong appearance at Taunton Racecourse later when it hosts a Family Fun Day.
AP has ridden well over 4000 winners since 1992 and been crowned National Hunt Champion Jockey on 20 consecutive occasions, a record that is unlikely to ever be beaten.
Earlier this year he announced his retirement at the end of this season so this is expected to be the last time he will ride at Taunton.
Teething problems mean a new phone and pay system due to come into force today in parts of Somerset is not working.
The phone and pay app for smartphones was due to be operational in Taunton and Wellington. Somerset County Council says the company responsible is trying to fix it.
In the meantime motorists can call 01823 210302 to pay and this will also activate the app.