Police told the family of Josh Clayton his death wasn't suspicious after the 23-year-old's body was found in September 2015.Read the full story ›
Early fog and low cloud may take a while to evaporate.Read the full story ›
Early mist and fog may take a while to lift.Read the full story ›
The evening will stay cloudy with drizzle and fog in hilly areas.Read the full story ›
There will be early evening sunshine with a few patches of rain later on.Read the full story ›
The Avon fire service has moved its headquarters from Bristol to share Avon and Somerset Police's Portishead base.Read the full story ›
Parents at ten schools have been informed of new arrangements after the council ended its contract with Avalon Coaches.Read the full story ›
A survey of more than 3,000 dog-owners across the country was carried out by the RSPCA.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously assaulted in Templecombe.
Avon and Somerset Constabulary say a 50-year-old man was attacked by a group of people on Westcombe at 9.40pm on Thursday, 14 September.
The man was taken to Yeovil District Hospital with multiple injuries.
Police say A 51-year-old man, a 36-year-old woman and two 15-year-olds – one boy and one girl – have been arrested and released under investigation.
Officers are asking anyone with information to call 101.
If you wanted any proof that the project to reintroduce the Great Bustard to Britain is a success, this could be it. The birds became extinct in the UK due to collectors and changes in agriculture. That was until the Great Bustard Project began in 2004 to release pairs on Salisbury Plain, with the aim of increasing the population.
Ben Nicholas photographed this female great bustard in Chewton Mendip in Somerset on Friday 22 September - quite some distance from Wiltshire - which suggests the bird is making itself at home.