Four rowers have been airlifted to safety after their boat began sinking during a race across the Pacific.
Fraser Hart, 33, from Tunbridge Wells, Sam Collins, 24, from Cornwall, James White, 35, from London and Colin Parker, 35, from New Zealand, were taking part in the Great Pacific Race.
The crew set off to row the 2,400 nautical miles from Monterey, California to Honolulu, Hawaii on Wednesday.
Their boat began taking on water and despite their efforts to stem it, evacuation was deemed necessary when they reached 77 nautical miles due west of Morro Bay.
More details have been released today about the Tall Ships Regatta which takes place in Falmouth at the end of August.
47 vessels will visit the port, compared to just nineteen when the regatta was last held in Falmouth in 2008.
More than a hundred thousand people are expected to visit the event which will be held over four days before the ships head for Greenwich.
Helicopter crews from RNAS Culdrose are taking part in a major exercise off Falmouth on board aircraft carrier HMS Illustrious.You can see a full report on ITV West Country tomorrow from our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy.
Police are warning Falmouth business owners to be vigilant and security-conscious after a spate of burglaries in the town. 30 small businesses and clubs have been targeted over the past six months.
Police advise that cash should be kept in a safe, tools and ladders locked away, CCTV installed and adequate, and that any objects near the premises that could be used to force entry should be removed.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact the police on 101, quoting police reference GP/14/818, or call Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
Whilst this is a particularly rare occurrence in Falmouth and the town is still a safe place to live, it would be wrong for the police not to inform the public about what has been occurring. I would therefore ask, that if anyone sees anything suspicious or if businesses or clubs have customers or visitors who appear to be paying particular attention to the premises, then please report this to the police as soon as possible. Any information, no matter how small, may just add the missing link which will then greatly assist our investigations into the current series of burglaries.
Students at Falmouth Marine School in Cornwall are bringing history to life by building part of a Viking longboat. It will be the centrepiece in a garden at this year's Chelsea Flower Show in London.
As Cornwall prepares for the Falmouth to Royal Greenwich Tall Ships Regatta this August, an arts competition has been launched hoping to get schoolchildren excited about the event.
More than 40 ships from across the globe, along with 100,000 visitors will decend on Falmouth for one of the world's great maritime races. Kathy Wardle has been finding out more.
The worlds only trans-Atlantic cargo sail ship is visiting Falmouth this week.
The Tres Hombres is a modern day clipper built for transporting cargo around Europe and the Americas under sail alone. She's on one of the last legs of a round the world voyage.
The visit is part of an initiative by New Dawn Traders to revitalise the cargo sail industry.
The vessel will be alongside in Falmouth over the Easter weekend.
Five crew members are being brought into Falmouth by lifeboat after their coaster started to sink off The Lizard. Two lifeboats and a helicopter were called to the coaster 11 miles south east off The Lizard this morning.
Reports say efforts to pump out water from the flooded engine room aren't working. The skipper of the coaster is staying on the scene.
A hotel in Falmouth has been evacuated after a sauna caught on fire. Crews were called to Western Terrace at 11:38am where they put out a small fire in the sauna.
A Falmouth film maker is trying to capture iconic shots of the world - on remote controlled model helicopters.
With the help of other film-makers, he's getting shots of places like Russia, Sri Lanka, and Canada. The aim is to cover 80% of the world.
Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Film footage courtesy THE WORLD FILM PROJECT