Claims by the Prime Minister during a visit to the West Country to announce a £88 million pound investment have caused uproar in Cornwall
The hit musical Wicked has taken to the stage at the Theatre Royal in Plymouth.
We have been back stage to find out more about the show, which tells the story of the witches in The Wizard of Oz.
There's been a furious reaction in Cornwall after David Cameron told us that the Council has plenty of cash which it could spend to avoid drastic cuts in services.
The Prime Minister told ITV News West Country last night that Cornwall Council had nearly £200m in reserves, which had doubled over the past four years. But the Labour group on the council has described his comments as 'ignorant'.
You can watch our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy's report on the row below:
600 children from across Devon with physical and learning disabilities have been competing in their own mini indoor Olympics.
The winter schools games aims to encourage people of all abilities to try out a sport.
The countdown to Election 2015 has begun. In less than a hundred days we shall be going to the polls to decide who will be running the country.
Of course we'll be hearing from politicians an awful lot before the 7th May - but we want to hear from you - have you decided who you're voting for yet? Perhaps you don't care who your MP will be.
Our presenter Kylie Pentelow will be travelling around the South West to hear what you think - and asking you to record your very own Election Selfies.
And what better place to start, than the city market in Plymouth?
A care worker from Bideford has been jailed for four months after she was caught by a hidden camera stealing £15. She was meant to be looking after her 93-year-old victim.
Exeter Crown Court heard the victim's son had set up a hidden camera at his mother's home in Abbotsham after earlier incidents of money going missing.
This clip shows Joanna Inch taking the money from her elderly victim's purse.
The family of Sophie McDonald, whose body was found at a house in Iddesleigh Terrace in Dawlish this week have paid tribute to her, describing her as a loving mum, daughter, sister and friend.
They say they would like to be left in peace, to come to terms with events and grieve.
36-year-old James McDonald, from Dawlish has been charged with the murder of Sophie McDonald and remains in custody to appear at Exeter Magistrates Court tomorrow (Saturday 31st January).
We have been nominated for 'Regional News Programme of the Year' for our live programme in Dawlish during the February floods last year.
Our very own Ian Axton has also been nominated for 'Regional Presenter of the Year' at the RTS Television Journalism Awards.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 18th February.
A teenager from Somerset who shaved his head to raise money for charity has been put into isolation for breaking school rules.
14 year-old Stan Lock from Churchill Academy shaved his head in an attempt to raise £100 for MacMillan Cancer Support.
Unfortunately the head teacher took a dim view of the teen's shaved head and has placed him in isolation ever since.
Stan's story has erupted over social media and led to many people donating to his JustGiving page.
The 14-year old has now raised nearly £4000 and the figure is still climbing.
The MOD has announced that Plymouth will be the home of one of its new multi-million pound warships.
The Type 26 Global Combat Ships frigates are part of a national ship building plan, and will be based at both Plymouth and Portsmouth.
The government says they will help deliver the most modern navy in the world.