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A359 at Mudford/Marston Magna is flooded. Please drive carefully.
A man who had his leg amputated has raised more than £1600 for charity - after asking people to guess the weight of his leg.Read the full story ›
Who will be taking on the challenge of managing Yeovil? We take a look at the likely candidates.Read the full story ›
Yeovil Town FC have parted company with manager Paul Sturrock after just eight months in chargeRead the full story ›
The UK's first fake shop in Yeovil helps shoppers spot dodgy goods. From rat poo tobacco to urine perfume - take a look at what's out there.Read the full story ›
One man in Yeovil has amassed Britain's biggest collection of Star Wars memorabilia. Click for a special tour of this remarkable room.Read the full story ›
Police are hunting an armed robber who held up a shop in Yeovil - while wearing a pair of boxer shorts on his head.
The man entered McColls, in Lyde Road, before brandishing a large kitchen knife, making sure he covered his face with grey and white patterned boxer shorts.
Police say he then threatened staff before making off with a quantity of cash in the direction of Victoria Road.
Residents of Victoria Road to check their gardens and bins for the knife and boxer shorts.
The man is described as white with either a dark, tanned complexion or dirty skin, aged in his 20s, of skinny build and approximately 6ft tall. He had dark stubble and a moustache and short dark gelled hair.
Seven paedophiles who preyed on babies and children younger than 5 have been jailed for a total of 78 years at Bristol Crown Court.
Adam Toms from Somerset was one of the men involved and was given 12 years. The case only came to light after Toms from Yeovil called the police to confess.
Judge Julian Lambert said "the depth to which you sank is astounding and highly shocking to all decent people."
A family from Yeovil have been refused planning permission for a garden shed they use to keep dialysis equipment for their baby son.
Eight month old Joseph Ferrari has a rare kidney disease. His parents Ryan and Leanna put a shed in their front garden to keep everything they need for his treatment. But despite their circumstances, they've had their planning application turned down.
A Yeovil family have been left fuming after the local council refused to let them keep a shed which stores medical supplies for their son.Read the full story ›