Plymouth University take robots to the World Cup
Dozens of police officers have spent the day targeting crime and anti-social behaviour in Plymouth
There are warnings we could be in for one of the busiest bank holiday weekends on the region's roads for years.
Plymouth swimmer Ben Proud's family have spoken exclusively to ITV Westcountry of their pride at his ground-breaking gold medal. The 19 year-old became England's first gold medal winner in the pool on Friday night, setting a new Commonwealth and British record. Later, Proud collected bronze in the 100 metre freestyle relay.
A second gold at these Commonwealths is well within Ben's sights now after he qualified third fastest for the 50 metre freestyle final tomorrow.
His mum Sally and big brother Oliver talk below about how proud they are:
The police today warned of the dangers of gathering at so called car cruising events after 17 teenagers were hurt, one of them seriously, when a car ploughed into them in a car park in Plymouth.
The first female Navy Commander is believed to have left her vessel after allegations of having an affair with another officer.
42 year old Commander Sarah West took charge of HMS Portland in Plymouth in May 2012. The Ministry of Defence wouldn't confirm the claims - which if true would be in breach of Armed Forces Conduct - but was aware of a complaint. Commander West is currently on annual leave.
17 people, including ten under-eighteens, were injured when a car ploughed into a crowd of spectators during an unofficial car meet in Plymouth.
The car show gathered a crowd of around 500 people in the B&Q car park off Tavistock Road on Saturday night. The injured were taken to Derriford Hospital. None of the injuries are thought to be life threatening.
Police were called to the scene at 10pm. A 19-year-old man from South East Cornwall was arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving. He has been released on bail.
Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision. If you have any information please contact police on 101 quoting log number 1025 26th July 2014.
One of Plymouth's most famous landmarks will open for an extra two and half hours. From today, Smeaton's tower will open from 9am to 5.30pm. The lighthouse has stood on the Hoe for more than one hundred years.
Two West Country swimmers are hoping to win medals at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow tonight.
Plymouth's Ben Proud is the favourite to win gold in the men's 50metres butterfly having reached the final as the fastest qualifier.
Exeter's Liam Tancock is in contention for a medal in the men's 100metres backstroke.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has told us he's committed to carrying on in the sport for at least another two years. It comes just 24 hours after it was rumoured he was going to retire to pursue his television career.
In an interview with our sports correspondent Matthias Kurth, he said diving remained his priority - and his ambition was to compete at the next Olympic games in Rio.
There's been early success in the pool for our West Country swimmers at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow.
Plymouth's Ben Proud won his heat in the men's 50metres butterfly to go through to tonight's semi-finals as the fastest qualifier.
Exeter's Liam Tancock qualified for the semi-finals of the men's 100metres backstroke with a second-placed finish in his heat.
There was quite a party in Plymouth today - with colleagues at a Tesco store toasting a massive win on the National Lottery
They scooped almost £4 million - leaving each of them two hundred and fifty thousand pounds richer - give or take a penny or two. Richard Lawrence went to meet them.
Don't feed the seagulls - that's the message from a new campaign being launched today in Plymouth. The city council and local businesses are urging people not to feed the birds or leave litter around. The authority says it's seen increase in complaints about seagull behaviour.