Campaigners opposed to a one way system in Totnes have won their High Court battle to get the scheme thrown out. The system was introduced two years ago to make the town safer for pedestrians.
Jason Rose, 24, was found hanged in his prison cell while on remand at Exeter Prison in 2011. An inquest into his death heard he had not been put on suicide watch before he died despite previous attempts to take his own life.
An inquest jury returned a verdict of suicide.
The prison service says the circumstances of Mr Rose's death will be looked at as part of a Government review.
It's a simple test that can make the difference between life and death for healthy young people.
Sudden Adult Death Syndrome is normally traced to heart defects in teenagers and people in their twenties.
One family from North Devon, who lost a son to the condition, are raising money to ensure more young people get screened.
Seth Conway spoke to Brenda Luckett and John Luckett about their story.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has been in Cornwall today.
His feathers were ruffled during an interview with Ian Axton about UKIP's immigration policy.
The party wants to ban people with certain health problems from entering the UK.
Police are concerned for the welfare of Claire Lawrence, 49 , who is missing from her home in Weymouth.
Claire has not made any contact with her friends or family since last Friday and may need to take medication.
Wayford Woods in Crewkerne, Somerset, have issued an appeal to fairy house builders to tone it down, after more than a 100 fairy doors appeared.
The woods, now known as the 'Fairy Woods', have been delighting children for the past few years, after the first little door appeared at the bottom of a tree.
Families have flocked to the enchanted woods to see the doors of the homes of the fairies and leave little messages but there are now concerns about the damage to the woodland area these human visitors are creating.
A group of volunteer trustees is appealing for people not to screw any more doors directly to trees and to avoid over-decorating.
A swan has been rescued in North Devon after a metal pellet was found in its head.
The RSPCA caught the adult male swan on Wrafton pond in Braunton last month. Staff found he had an air rifle pellet lodged in his bill.
The swan was then taken to RSPCA West Hatch in Taunton, Somerset, to be treated and has been returned to the pond.
Anyone with information about the incident is being asked to contact the RSPCA inspector line on 0300 123 8018.
Following the High Court ruling, Devon County Council have told ITV News that they are 'disappointed' with the outcome and will consider an appeal against the decision.