Plymouth Uni has been named as centre of excellence for brain tumour research. 16,000 people are diagnosed with brain tumours each year.
Aviation experts say there are significant barriers that would prevent a sustainable airport operation being run in Plymouth.
Staff at Plymouth's dry ski slope say it's the busiest they've ever known it.
The Tamar Bridge and Torpoint Ferry tolls could be hiked by "any amount" without getting the go-ahead from the Government, under plans being considered.
Tolls at the crossings were last increased in March 2010, with the Tamar Tag - which offers half-price crossings - being introduced in 2007. The current toll is £1.50 for cars, or 75p for Tamar Tag users.
Plymouth City Council and Cornwall Council jointly run both the bridge and Torpoint Ferry that separate Devon and Cornwall and last month announced the discounted pre-paid electronic payment scheme to use both would increase by 80p a month.
Plymouth University is to receive a £5 million grant to help fight one of the most aggressive forms of cancer. Brain tumours kill more people under 40 than any other cancer.
The centre in Plymouth is one of the world's best and it's hoped the money could provide the key to finding a cure. Francesca Carpenter reports.
Researchers from Plymouth University have helped identify a potential breakthrough in the fight against motor neurone disease.
A chemical found in some fruits, vegetables and herbs could reduce the symptoms of the disease in children. The plant pigment might be able to be used to help prevent some nerve damage.
Police in Plymouth are appealing for witnesses after a man was stabbed in the city at the weekend.
It happened during a fight between two men on Eastbury Avenue in Honicknowle early on Sunday morning.
A 24 year old man received two stab wounds in the stomach.
A man in his 20s was pulled out of Plymouth's Sutton Harbour in the early hours by fire crews in a rescue boat.
The man, wearing just jeans and a T-shirt, was seen falling into the water just before 4am near the China House pub.
Passers-by threw him a life ring until the emergency services arrived. He was taken to Derriford Hospital for a check-up.
Cllr Tudor Evans, Leader of Plymouth City Council, tells ITV West Country that he believes Plymouth's businesses deserve a share of the Government's flood support fund.
Plymouth will not be able to apply for financial help for businesses damaged in the storms. The city did not make the list of areas that would get government support as part of David Cameron's £10 million flood support fund.
Plymouth City Council leader Tudor Evans is calling on local MPs to demand money for local businesses.