Wessex FM News Index
The man who set up affairs website Ashley Madison has stepped down as CEO of its parent firm Avid Life Media after it was hacked.
The husband of a woman who survived the on-air attack on two journalists in Virginia has said his wife was shot in the back after curling up in a ball to avoid the gunman.
Two journalists who were killed during a live TV broadcast were both shot in the head, state officials have revealed.
An inquiry into the bin lorry crash that killed six people in Glasgow has heard that the lorry's driver would "carry this with him for the rest of his days".
Armando Iannucci says the BBC should market its shows more aggressively overseas in order to take the pressure of the licence fee at home.
A "dangerous, misleading and wrong" Bollywood film is facing legal action from an international aid charity, amid claims it could endanger lives.
The ongoing dispute between Robin Williams' widow and children over his estate will be heard at a court in San Francisco later.
A new mini trailer for the new Star Wars instalment has been dropped via the movie's Instagram account.
Tottenham have signed Heung-Min Son from Bayer Leverkusen, subject to the forward receiving a work permit.
Everton chairman Bill Kenwright has confirmed the club has rejected a transfer request from defender John Stones.
Wolfsburg's director of sport Klaus Allofs says Manchester City have made an 'astonishing' salary offer to Kevin de Bruyne.
Arsenal were handed a tough draw in the Champions League group stages as they were paired with Bayern Munich.