It's rain, rain and more rain this evening but it'll clear through to the morning.Read the full story ›
Police have cordoned off a wooded area and a house in Exminster in relation to the terror arrest of a Somerset serviceman.Read the full story ›
A Somerset serviceman arrested on terrorism charges could be linked to the discovery of two major dissident republican arms dumps.Read the full story ›
An incredibly rare bright blue lobster has been caught off the South Devon coast.
Fisherman Keith Setter discovered the creature- now called Larry- in one of his pots in Ladram Bay.
It's thought the chance of catching one is two million to one!
The blue lobster has that colouring due to a genetic abnormality.
The good news for Larry is that he's not destined for the pot. He's been returned to the sea in the hope that he will breed.
”I have been fishing in Ladram Bay for 50 years and I have ever seen anything like it.”
A fair bit of cloud but the sun will shine through every now and again.Read the full story ›
A man who admitted leaving homophobic and racist abuse on the answer phone of Ben Bradshaw has avoided a jail sentence.Read the full story ›
A cloudy night which means a mild temperaturesRead the full story ›
A man who admitted leaving homophobic and racist abuse on the answer phone of Ben Bradshaw has avoided a jail sentence.
Geoffrey Farquarhson from Fore Street in Exeter made the call to the MP's office shortly before the murder of Jo Cox.
Farquarhson was handed 12 weeks in jail, suspended for two years.
He was also given a restraining order preventing him from contacting Mr Bradshaw or going anywhere near the Labour Party office.
Police have issued a warning after players of Pokemon Go were spotted on a Devon railway.
Officers said youngsters were risking their lives by walking and running across busy train tracks in pursuit of the Japanese characters.
Sergeant Mat Helm, of Devon and Cornwall Police said the "stupidly deadly" Pokemon hunting was taking place in Honiton.
He said: "No Pokemon is worth this. Not any you will find in Honiton anyway."
After a year's break the tour of Britain is making a welcome return to the region. Here's all the info you need for our region.Read the full story ›