ITV News has found that holidaymakers have been left hundreds of pounds out of pocket after signing up for non-existent breaks.
A mother and father have described the horrifying moment their son and nephew were covered in glass after a rock was thrown at their car.
There's been a celebration on Exmoor of one of the most important pieces of agricultural equipment, the wellington boot.
Three people have been injured at a fire at Axminster Carpets in Devon.
Around 25 fire fighters are tackling the blaze which broke out around half past eleven this morning at the commercial premises in Axminster.
Figures out today show that women managers in the South West are earning three quarters (74%) of what men in full time comparable jobs earn. The 26 percent gender pay gap is the worse in the country - the national average is 23 percent. The data from the Chartered Management Institute shows male managers earn an average of ten and a half thousand pounds a year more than women.
Latest figure shows Devon has one of the best recycling rates in the country at 55 per cent. Devon council has a plans to increase this rate to 60% in the next five years and 65% by 2025.
The future of a group of beavers on the river Otter in Devon will be discussed tonight. DEFRA could remove the beavers from the wild after tests for disease but conservationists want to manage them in the area. Devon Wildlife Trust wants to hear the views of residents at this evening's meeting in Ottery St Mary.
– Pete Burgess, Devon Wildlife Trust
It's really important we fully support DEFRA in terms of actually capturing the animals and making sure they're disease free. That's absolutely essential. But where we differ is we want those animals to returned back to these rivers. The community seem to support it at this stage so we want their views about their future on the river.
Commuters in the South West will face a rail fare rise of 3.6% next year. That's according to rail unions. It will means fares will have increased by nearly 25 per cent since 2010.
Regeneration work has begun at Devonport today which will eventually see 100 new homes built. It will include a redevelopment of Granby Green and Granby Street and the demolition of several post war buildings.
– Tony Franklin, Commercial Director, Devon & Cornwall Housing
These are old, not fit for purpose, post war flats with serious damp and cold issues and we'll be knocking these down and replacing them with brand new, up to spec energy efficient houses
– Tony Franklin, Commercial Director, DCH (formerly Devon & Cornwall Housing)
River Dart Country Park in Devon reopened today after an outbreak of the norovirus. The park was shut last Wednesday, forcing six hundred people to leave the site at Ashburton. Ninety one cases of sickness were reported. The site has now been deep cleaned.