As runners all over the country prepare to run the London Marathon tomorrow, a bereaved father from Devon tells us why this year's race means more to him than just getting a good time.
Stephen Hunt from Exeter is running for the stillbirth and neonatal death charity Sands - which supported him after his daughter Tallulah was stillborn in 2011.
Stephen, who has already raised funds for the charity by completing the Great West Run in 2014, is hoping to reach his target of £2,500 with this 26.2 mile run.
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A Plymouth dad has become an internet sensation after drawing a beard on his sleeping son.
Doting dad Karl Baskott granted son Calum's wish after he told him he would love to have a beard.
Karl then posted a picture on Facebook of Calum with makeshift stubble.
It was picked up by popular social media page The Lad Bible, and has had more than 123,000 likes on Facebook.
The very first Rugby World Cup mascot has been unveiled - and he's from the West Country.
Archie Bryan, from Yealmpton was chosen after entering a competition in which he sung the national anthem and offered words of advice to the England team.
He was given the good news by Exeter Chiefs players Luke Cowan-Dickie and Henry Slade at Sandy Park, which will host three matches during the tournament later this year.
A 25-year-old from Devon is running the London Marathon this weekend for the RNLI in memory of her older brother.
James Stott had an epileptic fit in the water while he was surfing off Watergate Bay in Newquay in 2006. He was pulled to the beach by two surfers where the RNLI attempted to resuscitate him before he was air-lifted to Truro Hospital.
Emily, from Stoke Gabriel, is now running the 26.2 miles as a thank you, and says the RNLI kept her brother alive on a ventilator while his family rushed to his side.
She's hoping to raise £14,000 to put towards saving more lives for the RNLI to purchase a Rescue Watercraft (RWC), and name it Jimmi II.
A woman has been charged with perverting the course of justice after a doorstep acid attack left a man fighting for his life.
Dad Andreas Christopheros had the chemical thrown in his face after answering the front door at his home in Carrine Road, Truro, on December 9 last year.
45-year-old Nicole Phillips, from Hastings in Sussex, has been charged with perverting course of justice. She is due to appear at Bodmin Magistrates Court on April 30.
David Phillips, a 48-year-old also from Hastings, was earlier charged with GBH with intent and is due to stand trial on June 8 at Truro Crown Court.
Torquay United striker Elliot Benyon and right-back Dale Tonge are the latest players to be told they won't be offered a new contract next year.
The news from manager Chris Hargreaves follows the departure of young centre-forward Duane Ofori-Acheampong earlier this week.
The rest of the Gulls' squad are not expected to hear about their fate until after the final game of the season tomorrow, at home to Macclesfield Town.
Skybus flights in and out of Lands End and Newquay Airports have been disrupted due to intense fog.
Passengers are asked to contact Skybus.