The West's fire and rescue teams tell motorists not to drive through floodwaters after spending the night rescuing people from their cars.
Villagers in Ponsanooth have rallied round to help the owner of the local store and post office after it was flooded.
The Health and Safety Executive is urging businesses to ensure lives are not put at risk following six deaths in the region last year.
He's been tortured in Afghanistan and forced into dog fights - but now Wylie has won a prize at Crufts.
The canine was judged 'Best Cross-breed Rescue' at the famous dog show last week. After being rescued by soldiers he has been adopted in Yeovil.
Wylie and his new owner Sarah came into the ITV News West Country studio.
Work is underway to reopen the Drakelands tungsten mine near Plymouth - 70 years after it was closed.
The site at Hemerdon will bring in more than £70m a year when it opens and create hundreds of jobs.
Police are concerned about the number of motorcycle accidents as the better weather brings out bikers.
170 riders were killed or injured in Devon and Cornwall in the past year. The first spell of good weather often brings a spate of accidents as many bikes and riders take to the roads again after not riding in the winter months.
Inspector Richard Pryce says riders need to make sure their bike is in the right condition to be out on the road.
ITV West Country viewer Sam Selby took these photos which illustrate how thick the fog has been in recent days.
The Royal Navy has confirmed that a training torpedo was accidentally launched inside Devonport Naval base in Plymouth on Wednesday. No one was hurt in the incident in which a test torpedo was "jettisoned onto the wharf."
Royal Navy statement:
We can confirm an incident occurred onboard HMS Argyll on Wednesday 12th March at 3.24pm, while the ship was alongside at Devonport Naval Base in Plymouth.
During a training exercise, an inert Test Variant Torpedo (TVT) unexpectedly jettisoned onto the wharf. There was no explosion and no casualties.
An investigation is now under way to determine the cause of the incident.
HMS Argyll was conducting a system test when an inert Test Variant Torpedo was jettisoned unexpectedly. The torpedo is not an explosive hazard.
The specific details of the incident are subject to further investigation and it would be inappropriate to comment further.
A Test Variant Torpedo is a dummy weapon with no explosive content.
There were no casualties involved.
No one was on the jetty at the time of the firing
The torpedo caused minor damage to an adjacent security fence (inside the naval base) where it landed.
The result of the investigation will determine what actions will be necessary to avoid any repeat of this incident in the future. However, torpedo system test firing alongside in the naval base has been suspended subject to completion of the investigation.
Police investigating the suspicious death of Alan Jeal are focusing on CCTV footage to trace his last movements on Monday 24 February, the day before his body was found on Perranporth Beach.
Detectives have released a map and a series of CCTV images showing a man, believed to be Alan, in Truro city centre that evening.
It is believed that Alan got the number 594 bus from Wadebridge to the Lemon Quay area of Truro, arriving at the bus station at 6.14pm. He was seen walking towards the public toilets at The Leats, and was last seen at 6.36pm in Boscawen Street.
Officers are trying to find out where the 64-year-old from Wadebridge went after that, and how he got to Perranporth.
Police are treating the death of a 20 year old student from Wadebridge as "unexplained' after she died suddenly in hospital in London on Sunday morning.
Taylor Woodard, a former student at Truro College, was studying for a multimedia journalism degree at Bournemouth University.
She was taken ill at an address in south west London and subsequently died in hospital.
Disruption to flights to/from Land's End Airport due to fog. Passengers are advised to contact Skybus for the latest information. Flights are currently suspended.
A39 in both directions closed due to accident investigation work between B3248 (Hartland) and Penstowe Road (Kilkhampton).
Emergency services remain on scene at Eastcott Cross, following a serious accident that occurred approximately at 01:30. The main closure is between the Bradworthy Junction and Morwenstowe Junction. Affecting traffic between Bude and Bideford.
Diversion - Motorists are advised to divert via Bude on the A3072, the A388 from Holsworthy to Landcross and finally the A386 to Bideford (Vice-versa).