The World Pasty Championships are being held at the Eden Project tomorrow, and competition is fierce.
Chefs are coming from as far away as Canada and the USA to compete in the 'Oscars of the Oggies'.
One baker has even created a 'VIP' pasty that costs a whopping two hundred and thirty pounds.
Torquay United play the biggest game of their season tomorrow as they host Wrexham in the semi final second leg of the FA Trophy.
The Gulls lost 2-1 in Wales last weekend. But victory in the match at Plainmoor will see them through to the final at Wembley Stadium.
A specialist centre is being created at the University of Exeter to research dementia and its causes.
The Medical School will look at things like blood supply to the brain and the connections between epilepsy and dementia.
It's part of a £5 million project to encourage more scientists to study diseases such as Alzheimer's.
The A35 Eastbound is closed due to serious accident involving a lorry and a motorbike between Axminster and Charmouth.
An air ambulance earlier attended the scene.
There is no indication at the moment when the road will reopen.
We've been given exclusive access behind the scenes at one of our biggest hospitals during the last 24 hours, to see how it's coping with the winter bed-blocking crisis.
Plymouth's Derriford Hospital remains on Black Alert - and is having to cancel dozens of operations every day in order to remain open.
A former teacher has been sentenced to 17 years for sexually abusing young Kenyan street children - just months after admitting similar offences while he worked at a public school in North Devon.
Simon Harris indecently assaulted three boys aged between 13 and 14 while he was a teacher at Shebbear College in the 1980s.
In December last year he was was found guilty of five sex assaults while living in East Africa during the 1990s. He was acquitted on seven other charges.