The Prime Minister has been in Exeter to announce a £88 million pound investment in the South West. David Cameron visited the Exeter Science Park to announce the growth deal.
A war veteran from Falmouth and his family, who were denied social housing, are having their case reviewed - following pressure from forces charities.
Father-of-four Jamie Streets had to leave the army and couldn't work due to a brain tumour. His family were turned down as they were classed as having made themselves homeless.
We asked the Prime Minister to comment and this is what he had to say:
Our presenter Ian Axton tackled David Cameron as he visited Devonport about today's announcement of £88 million investment in the West Country... and some other subjects, including those famous TV election debates.
You can watch the interview below:
A band of hail and snow has travelled through the West Country, bringing with it wintry conditions.
One farmer on the Somerset Levels took this picture of the hailstones settling on his cattle - but the cows did not bat an eyelid.
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A murder investigation is underway after the body of a 36-year-old woman was discovered in Dawlish this morning, 29 January.
The body was found at a house in Iddesleigh Terrace. A 36-year-old man from Dawlish was arrested at the scene on suspicion of murder and is in police custody.
A police sergeant and two civilian custody detention staff have today appeared at Exeter Magistrates Court to face charges in connection with the death of Thomas Orchard.
Sgt Jan Kingshott along with Simon Tansley and Michael Marsden were jointly charged with the allegation that they unlawful killed Thomas Orchard with the use of unreasonable force.
The three accused spoke only to confirm their names and the case was transferred to Bristol Crown Court for a preliminary hearing on Feb 26th.
Mr Orchard, a church caretaker, was arrested in Exeter City Centre in October 2012. He was taken to Heavitree Road police station and found to be unconscious in his cell a short while later. Mr Orchard died in hospital a week later.
Mr Orchard's mum Alison Orchard spoke of her frustration at the length of time it has taken for the case to get this far but she said the family were relieved that proceedings were now under way.
The Prime Minister is on a whistle stop tour of the South West and has announced a £88 million investment into the area.
The money will be spent on various projects including building work, and road improvements and bringing broadband to remote areas.
The government says it will create 22,000 jobs and 11,000 new homes.
A former soldier who served in Afghanistan and Kosovo has appealed to Cornwall Council after his family were denied social housing.
Jamie Streets, his wife Charmaine and their four children had to leave their private rented accommodation as they could no longer afford the rent.When they applied for a council house they were declined as they were classed as having made themselves voluntarily homeless.
Mr Streets was injured in a fall from a horse whilst serving in the Household Cavalry, and was subsequently diagnosed with a brain tumour. He is still recovering from the illness and has been unable to work.
The family is currently living in a temporary house provided by Cornwall Council, but received a letter giving them 28 days to find an alternative.
Mr Streets' case has since attracted support from the public across social media.
Following a meeting with Cornwall Council the authority has agreed to review the case. The family hope to find out if they will be rehoused within the next week.
Plymouth Albion will not be entering administration after a hugely successful fundraising appeal.
Friends of Plymouth Albion pledged over £250,000 and combined with existing funds, the rugby club are able to meet immediate requirements.
Further funds are still needed but the club say this is a major step forward.
Here is a picture of four of the original Lynx pilots who completed their training in 1978.
They were on hand today to see the final cohort of Lynx and Seaking pilots receive their wings: