Wessex FM News Index
The man who blew himself up outside a wine bar in the German city of Ansbach was chatting to someone online just before the explosion.
The man who tried to assassinate former US president Ronald Reagan is set to be freed from a psychiatric hospital and allowed to live in the community.
Armed police were deployed to a centre for migrants in a German town after reports of an explosion.
IS has claimed a massive bomb blast that killed at least 44 people and injured dozens in Syria was payback for airstrikes against its forces.
An appeal has been lodged after jurors rejected a claim that Led Zeppelin plagiarised the opening section of Stairway to Heaven.
Ellen DeGeneres has told Sky News she is "outraged" at police brutality in the US but believes Hillary Clinton can be the woman to change things.
The makers of Fireman Sam have apologised after an episode of the hit children's show appeared to show a character treading on a page from the Koran.
Sigourney Weaver says she is hopeful about returning to the big screen in a new Alien film.
Swansea have made an enquiry about a possible deal for Leicester forward Leonardo Ulloa, according to Sky sources.
Russian track and field athletes who have been banned from the Rio Olympics are victims of a "deliberate campaign", Vladimir Putin has claimed.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has confirmed Per Mertesacker's knee injury means he will be looking for a new central defender.
Manchester City are in talks to sign Leroy Sane, Gabriel Jesus and Marlos Moreno, according to Sky sources.
Business leaders are set to probe the impact of Brexit for Dorset and Great Britain at a major summit.
Boeing has posted a quarterly loss for the first time in nearly seven years after absorbing write-downs totalling $3bn (£2.29bn).
Just how well was the UK economy faring prior to the earthquake of 23 June?
One of the City's biggest investment institutions has vowed to retain the new head of its boardroom pay committee despite new guidelines suggesting that such roles should be reserved for longer-serving directors.