The names of the two people found dead at a bungalow in Carbis Bay have been revealed. Jonathon and Derisa Trenchard were found dead at their home on Wednesday morning, while their 13 year old son was at school.
Devon and Cornwall Police have not yet released the cause of death, but still say they are not looking for anyone else
Fire fighters are still tackling a blaze at a tea room and residential accommodation close to St Ives waterfront.
The fire broke out around 7.30pm this evening. 7 pumping appliances and special appliances attended the incident.
Good progress being made at this time.
It is believed no persons were in the residential property at the time of the blaze.
Six people from adjoining properties are being given support from the Red Cross as they're unable to return to their homes until inspections have been carried out.
Fire fighters are tackling a huge blaze at vintage tea rooms in a popular shopping destination close to the St Ives waterfront, after a fire broke out around 7.30pm this evening.
Police officers have set up a perimeter to keep bystanders back and nearby houses have lost electricity after the fire began in a small shopping area known as The Arcade on Wharf Road.
It is believed the fire could have started at Wafflelicious, which is next door to the vintage tea rooms.
The bodies of a man and a woman have been found in a property in Cornwall.
Police were called to Polwithien Drive in Carbis Bay in St Ives at around 11:30 this morning. They say the investigation is ongoing but they're not looking for anyone else in connection to the incident at this time.
A driver in his 50s had to be released from his car after it hit the wall of a house and ended up on its roof, on Abbey Hill in Lelant near to St Ives, around 7.15am on Friday.
Police said the man had a serious head injury and was airlifted by a search and rescue helicopter to Derriford Hospital in Plymouth with life threatening injuries.
Three residents at block of flats in St Ives had to be moved to temporary accommodation earlier today after a water pipe burst.
Firemen were called to pump out three of the newly re-developed flats which front Porthmeor Beach. They were covered in six inches of water.
One of the highlights of the Cornish calendar is underway in St Ives. The two week September festival features music and events. It also provides a late season boost for the town.
More than 300 contributors are involved at different venues, ranging from art galleries to the beach. Our Cornwall correspondent Steve Hardy reports.
Music, literature and the arts all feature in the St Ives September Festival which has started a two week run.
More than 300 events are taking place, some on the beach and in artists' studios.
The festival started in 1977 and provides a late season boost for the town.
This sculpture was taken in broad daylight and the person would have had to walk it though the street to waiting transport.
They would have had to be fairly strong to carry the sculpture on their own.”
The sculpture was taken from Porthminster Gallery in St Ives on the morning of August the 9th.
A unique bronze scuplture has been stolen from a gallery in St Ives.
The abstract sculpture, entitled Kaimos Creature (2007), was on display on a plinth in Porthminster Gallery in the town.
Police say the thief visited the gallery on August the 9th, picked up the sculpture, which is said to be worth around £3,400, and walked out with it.