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ITV News is receiving reports that police are searching for a 5 year-old boy missing from the Devonport area.
More updates to follow.
Watch ITV News West Country at 6pm for our interview with the Woolwich heroine Ingrid Loyau-Kennett, from Helston in Cornwall. The mother and cub scout leader confronted the alleged attackers after a soldier was hacked to death in the street.
There is uncertainty over Cornwall's airlink to London after Flybe announced the sale of its Gatwick airport slots. The Exeter-based airline has sold its landing times to Easyjet.
Flybe's service will come to an end in 2014. Easyjet says it can't confirm whether it will continue the route until later this year. Managing Director of Flybe Europe, Mike Rutter, says high charges at Gatwick forced the sale:
A student from Norton Radstock College in Somerset, left with face and arm injuries after a camping stove exploded, has been moved to a specialist burns unit at Salisbury District Hospital.
Two other students injured in the explosion at a campsite near Weymouth have been discharged from hospital.
Ruth Wignall has the latest from the Met Office.
Wayne Bulpitt, UK Chief Commissioner of the Scouting Association has praised Ingrid Loyau-Kennett following the events in Woolwich:
– Wayne Bulpitt, UK Chief Commissioner of the Scouting Association
We are very proud of Scout volunteer Ingrid Loyau-Kennett for her calm and measured actions in very difficult circumstances. We are looking to make an award of bravery to her in the fullness of time to recognise her actions. At this time our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of the victim of this terrible crime.
Members of an RNLI flood rescue team have been awarded gallantry medals for their part in rescuing a woman swept from her car in last December's floods. Vanessa Glover was found clinging to a tree near Umberleigh in north Devon after the car she was in became swamped.
Engineers say they're determined work to shore up Weymouth's crumbling harbour wall will be finished in time for a promised return of cross channel ferries in July.
Ferry services have been running from a Poole harbour since big cracks started appearing last February.
Councillor Ian Roebuck from Weymouth & Portland Borough Council says the harbour is an essential part of Weymouth and a lifeline for the Channel Islands community