Health campaigners have been protesting in Devon today against potentially huge cuts to NHS services in the county.Read the full story ›
A crash involving a pedestrian and a van has left a man in a serious condition in hospital.Read the full story ›
No trains are currently running between Exeter St Davids and Barnstaple.
Urgent repairs to the track are taking place.
Buses are replacing trains between both stations, and this is expected to continue until 12:30.
The 50th North Devon Show has been held today. It's believed to be the largest one day event of its kind in the region. Here's a tasterRead the full story ›
Public will be consulted on plans to close hospitals in Paignton, Dartmouth, Ashburton and Bovey Tracey - cutting 60 in-patient beds.Read the full story ›
The family of a little girl born with five holes in her heart are hoping to raise awareness so that other parents know what to look out for.Read the full story ›
Barnstaple High Street charity runners are trying to cover 235 miles on treadmills.
The fundraising challenge is to run the distance between the town and the start line of the London Marathon in Greenwich.
Members of the North Devon Road Runners started at 7am and will run continuously, even through the night, until the distance is covered. Frank Beiderman explains more about the idea behind the challenge.
We just thought this was a great way of keeping the training going and to try to raise as much money as possible for the fantastic charity.
We join the police on their operation to crack down on the supply of drugs to teenagers.Read the full story ›
Summer Richardson from Barnstaple extinguished the flames when a group set a homeless man's sleeping bag on fire.Read the full story ›
The Government's announced that three courts in the region will close, despite local opposition.
Crown Courts will no longer sit in Barnstaple or Dorchester, and the magistrates' court in Torquay will be shut by the end of the year as part of a programme to streamline the service. The future of the outdated building had been in doubt, but there had been hopes the court could remain elsewhere in the town.
Torbay's MP says he's worried it will mean witnesses and defendants having long journeys to get to courts in Newton Abbott and Plymouth.