Police are searching for the driver of a blue car after a 20-year-old moped rider was killed in a crash on the A350 near Warminster.
Alexander Matthew Snook died at the scene on Saturday after losing control and colliding with a van coming in the opposite direction.
His moped was travelling close behind a blue car when the crash happened - the driver failed to stop at the scene.
Police also want to speak to anyone else who saw the collision.
We know that the moped was following close behind the blue car. Sadly the moped rider lost control and collided with an oncoming van.
We are extremely keen to hear from anyone who was travelling on the A350 at about 4.15pm and witnessed the collision.
We need to speak to the driver of the blue car who did not stop at the scene. He or she may well live in Dorset or have been on their way to visit Dorset.
Giant Chinese lanterns that lit up Longleat this winter are to be auctioned for charity.
150,000 people came to see the illuminated designs at the Wiltshire estate. Some will be kept for next Christmas but 19 animal-themed creations will be sold to raise money for Tusk, the Duke of Cambridge's African wildlife conservation charity.
The online sale runs until 11 February. You can find out more here.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of the Ufton Nervet rail crash which killed seven people - including Barry Stevens from Wells and Charlie Matthews from Warminster.
It took place at a level crossing. The RMT union are marking the anniversary by calling for Network Rail to speed up its efforts to phase them out.
Network Rail have got a programme of closing these level crossings but I don't think it's been prioritised enough. I think money's going on other things and perhaps should have been diverted towards doing this. The worrying thing is you see a number of these level crossings are quite near to schools and places where children cross. When you've got that combination it is inevitable that there are going to be serious accidents.
Today marks the tenth anniversary of a rail crash which killed 7 people - including two people from the West Country.
Barry Stevens from Wells and Charlie Matthews from Warminster lost their lives in the collision at a level crossing in Ufton Nervet in Berkshire.
Today the rail union RMT are renewing calls to speed up the phasing out of level crossings. Plans to replace the crossing at the site of the disaster have not been implemented - despite a further 11 deaths there since the incident 10 years ago.
The A36 northbound at Warminster in Wiltshire is blocked due to a fallen tree.
That's between Cley Hill Roundabout and A350/B3414 Bath Road (Services roundabout)
Baffled residents could not believe their eyes when they spotted an exotic bird - running riot in Warminster town centre. Officers spent 3 hours chasing the 4ft tall rhea - a close relative of the ostrich - around the town before eventually cornering it.
They were alerted to the rogue resident on Friday evening after worried passers-by feared it may be hit by a car. Police called nearby Longleat Safari Park thinking that the Rhea may have escaped from the estate, but they said all animals were accounted for.
Sergeant Jim Suter, Sector Sergeant for Trowbridge and Bradford-on-Avon, informed followers of the strange chase on Twitter and tweeted that the bird had been returned to it's owner.
Hundreds of people lined the streets in Warminster today to cheer on troops as they marched through the town.
Around 250 soldiers from the newly-named 1st Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment took part in the parade.
It marked the Freedom of the Town which was initially given to the Battlesbury Barracks-based regiment last year.
People are expected to line the streets of Warminster this morning (10am) as 250 soldiers march through the Wiltshire town.
The troops are from 1st battalion the Yorkshire regiment, which is based at Battlesbury barracks. After the freedom parade and church service they will host activities at their barracks to show their appreciation for the community.
Yesterday was the 60th anniversary of the Queen's coronation and a Wiltshire company will be remembering the role IT played back in 1953. Dents glove makers was responsible for creating the intricate official Coronation Glove presented at the ceremony.
Two gloves were made for the event - a duplicate is housed in the Dents museum in Warminster.
A Wiltshire man who is thought to be the oldest continuous employee in Britain is celebrating his 80th birthday today - at work in Warminster.
John Cundick started at Dents glovemakers as a postboy in 1949. He worked himself up over the 60-odd years to become to be a sales director.