Exeter City have moved into the play-off positions in League Two and are undefeated in the last ten games.
Their success has meant players are attracting interest from other clubs - particularly 19-year-old midfielder Matt Grimes.
Manager Paul Tisdale says the club is trying to stay focused.
Experts are predicting a 2% increase in houses prices in the South West next year.
According to the annual market forecast from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the region is set for one of smallest regional growths in the country.
A mother from Devon is urging the NHS to approve a drug that could help treat children with muscular dystrophy.
Ruth Le Gal's son Leo is being treated with Translana in America - and while it is widely approved elsewhere in Europe, the NHS are yet to make it available here.
She says it is vital children get it as soon as possible.
Although the medication isn't designed or intended to restore function that has been lost - so we haven't seen him miraculously leap up and run around - it has stabilised his condition, which is a fantastic thing for us because it means he is no longer getting any worse.
A mother-of-three who is being deported back to Thailand two days after Christmas says she'll fight the decision all the way.
Kingdao Wade has been told she'll be deported on December 27 because she is living here on a visitors visa. Her Brixham family is now locked in a legal battle with the Home Office to see if they can secure a reprieve.
The Royal Navy warship HMS Argyll returns home to Plymouth today after six months at sea.
The ship has been involved in a number of drugs seizures - capturing drugs worth an estimated £77 million. She also visited 16 countries along the way.
Three Devon children face losing their mother just after Christmas because she is due to be deported.
Kingdao Wade has been with her family in Brixham on a visitor visa from Thailand.
She should have a spousal visa - but new rules make it impossible for her and her husband Andy to qualify for one until at least May. She is due to be deported on December 27th.
I will fight every way, all the ways I can, for the right for my family to be together and for my children to have their loving mother.
Hospice Care in Exeter will receive an unexpected donation today after the charity found more than £3500 in a carrier bag outside its Cowick Street branch.
It was found outside the shop in November but it is only now that the money can be handed over to the charity.