Tributes are being paid to two men from Plymouth who died after allegedly taking white heroin in Amsterdam. It's thought Bradley Price and Shaun Brotherston took the substance thinking it was cocaine. Their bodies were found on Tuesday 25 November.
A campaign has begun urging motorists not to risk their lives by driving through flood water.
It's called 'Turn Around, Don't Drown' and is run by Cornwall Fire & Rescue Service.
Crews have been demonstrating the dangers involved in driving through water that's too deep.
You can see footage of Cornwall Fire Service re-enactment of a water rescue below:
Plymouth has been chosen to host a popular music festival for the next three years.
The success of this summer's 'MTV Crashes' event means organisers are also planning to extend it to two nights instead of one.
More than 20,000 people turned out for July's gig on the Hoe - and millions of people saw it across the music channel's global network.
It featured the Kaiser Chiefs among the headliners.
Plymouth City Council has agreed to underwrite MTV Crashes as it has major economic benefits for the city.
Ticket details and prices will be announced in the New Year.
We are into a very windy day, especially around the coast. Again some sunshine getting through but cloud cover will move in.
The wind picked up last night - it could gust to gale force today. The best of the sun in Cornwall this morning - cloudy further east.
That's liable to spread into the sunny areas this afternoon. Still those strong easterly winds, probably toning down the highs of 13 degrees.
All sailings are cancelled on St Mawes Passenger Ferry between St Mawes and Falmouth due to adverse weather conditions.
The ferry company says that, due to the forecast of strong winds and poor sea conditions, there will not be a service today.
Two billion pounds' worth of new road schemes for the region are due to be announced on Monday, ITV News West Country understands.
These are likely to include a tunnel at Stonehenge and making the A358 into dual carriageway - something Yeovil MP David Laws has been campaigning for.
Smeaton's Tower, the Guildhall and the Palace Theatre in Plymouth will be the centre of a special project celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the three towns tonight.
There will be video projections featuring photos, images and memories from local communities marking the amalgamation of three towns of Plymouth, East Stonehouse and Devonport.
It is Carers Rights Day today and carers across the West Country are being giving the chance to find out more about their rights.
It is estimated there are around 29,000 carers in Plymouth alone the city - with many not aware of their support that is available to them - either practically or financially.
A campaign urging motorists not to risk their lives by driving through flood water is launched today.
Called 'Turn Around, Don't Drown', Cornwall Fire Service will be demontrating the risks involved in taking a chance with water that could potentially be much deeper than drivers suspect.