Susie Baldie who is 46 was forced to lie in the street still strapped into her chair.Read the full story ›
Autumn has barely begun and yet some people are already thinking about the festive season.Read the full story ›
US-based BD says the investment will create up to 200 jobs at its site in Roborough.Read the full story ›
More than 1,500 postal ballots went missing in the run-up to the General Election and 6,000 votes were not counted on the night.Read the full story ›
Five of Plymouth's libraries are to shut over the next few days and a sixth will close next year as part of cost-cutting measures.Read the full story ›
The UKIP Councillors on Plymouth City Council have quit to become Conservatives. Labour is calling on them to resign and force by-electionsRead the full story ›
The family of a woman who has gone missing from Plymouth say they are "very worried" for her.
Victoria Greyling has not been seen since 3 September.
Police say she has been in contact by telephone today but they are are concerned for her safety.
- 42 years old
- medium to large build
- strawberry blonde hair dyed red and normally worn up
- wears casual clothing and is likely to be wearing a hoody
If you see Victoria please call 101, or for an emergency call 999.
A woman was found dead under a car in a street near Plymouth this morning.
Police, fire and ambulance crews were called to Nightingale Close, Elburton, at about 10.15 after a report from a member of the public.
A police spokesman said the woman was confirmed dead and the road was closed.
It is believed she was discovered partially beneath a stationary vehicle
The woman is believed to be a local lady in her 80s. Her next of kin has been informed.
The Ministry of Defence has announced that HMS Ocean will be sent to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma.
The Plymouth-based warship is currently on her final deployment.
She will accompany a military task force to the Caribbean to support devastated communities.
Winds of 185 miles per hour has already destroyed areas in teh islands of Barbuda and St Martin. It is now heading for the Bahamas and the Dominican Republic.
Nurse Olive Bennett has been given a War Commission headstone more than 100 years after her death.Read the full story ›