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.
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.
Plymouth dry ski slope is the busiest it has ever been thanks to the Winter Olympics and half term.
The centre has been fully booked all week - staff say they have completely sold out of snowboarding and skiing lessons.
It's thought Jenny Jones' bronze medal in Sochi for the slope style event has inspired hundreds of children in Devon to hit the slopes.
A lonely starry smooth-hound has been given a new date on Valentine's Day at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Staff introduced a new male called Orion to his new home to join Stella.
Starry smooth-hounds are part of the houndshark species and are usually found in the Atlantic Ocean and Mediterranean Sea.
A Plymouth teenager is aiming for gold for Great Britain in the junior world championships in Tai Kwon Do as she takes on the best of the best in Chinese Tai Pei.
17-year-old Katie Bradley is already number 1 in the UK for her age group, number 3 in Europe and number 9 in the world. She's confident of a medal in the competition which is the pinnacle of what she's been striving for in 10 years of training. Jacquie Bird has more.
Plymouth is determined that it is "open for business" in the face of huge transport problems following the flooding and damage to the railway line at Dawlish.
This morning the Prime Minister visited the repair work and promised to do everything possible to help. But Tudor Evans, the Labour leader of Plymouth City Council is calling on Mr Cameron to 'walk the walk' and not just 'talk the talk'.
He made the comment during an interview with our presenter Ian Axton in Plymouth City Centre earlier today.
While the region's football and rugby sides are being affected by the weather, one sport which is having no such problems is basketball.
February is an important month for the Plymouth Raiders as they look to reach the end of season play-offs under new coach Jay Marriot.
Jeff Welch reports: