Searches were continuing today following the discovery of a device near Appletree Court in the townRead the full story ›
A second address is being searched and two men remain in custody after 'loud bangs' were heard in Worle this morningRead the full story ›
CCTV images of a man who robbed a bookmakers in Worle has been released by the police.Read the full story ›
An inquest hears that a man drove into a tree after butchering his wife because he struggled to care for her and her coughing kept him awakeRead the full story ›
Two young kittens who were rescued by the RSPCA after they were heartlessly dumped in a shopping trolley have now found a loving new home.Read the full story ›
Governors 'ineffective' at school where pupils do not feel safe, according to Ofsted reportRead the full story ›
The family of a 14-year-old boy, who died after being hit by a train near Weston Milton station, have paid tribute to him.Read the full story ›
Avon Fire & Rescue Service is carrying out a joint investigation with Avon and Somerset Police following a fire in Worle in which a man died.
Three fire engines from Weston-super-Mare Fire Station were called to deal with an incident at a flat in Becket Road.
Four firefighters in breathing apparatus searched the flat and found the body of a man inside.
The cause of the fire is under investigation.
The families of children abused by their teacher at a school in North Somerset have applied to the local council for compensation.
Primary school teacher Nigel Leat was jailed indefinitely last year after he was convicted of abusing five girls, hile he worked at Hillside First School in Worle. Some were as young as six years old.
Claims have been received in relation to the Leat case and they are being handled by the council's insurers.
The head teacher in charge of the school when the abuse took place, Christopher Hood, has been banned from teaching indefinitely.
The former head teacher of a Primary School in North Somerset where pupils were abused by another member of staff has been banned from teaching.
Christopher Hood was in charge of Hillside First School in Worle, where teacher Nigel Leat abused children as young as six for up to 14 years.
Hood was warned of the abuse ten times. A professional conduct panel said he failed in his responsibilities and banned him from teaching indefinitely.