STV News at Six Dundee International
STV News at Six from the Dundee region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
A Dundee woman hailed as a poster girl for soft touch community sentences is back behind bars after stealing hundreds of pounds from her support worker.
Police say they're increasingly concerned for the safety of a Japanese woman who's been missing from her Fife home for nearly two weeks.
Dundee's Caird Park has been chosen as the location for a ten million pounds regional sports centre.
Geologists from industry and education are joining forces in a bid to keep the subject on the school curriculum.
A man released after twelve years in jail for a brutal murder bid who then flouted strict conditions could walk free within weeks.
Police have yet to formally name a man killed in a road accident in Perthshire on Friday. The sixty one year old, from Dundee, was a passenger in a car that collided with a tractor on the A923.
It's been a monumental and emotional day for Scotland and for Scottish politics. Tonight Alex Salmond announced his resignation.
On an historic day for Scotland voting is well under way to determine whether the country should leave or remain part of the United Kingdom.
The fight for every last vote in the independence referendum comes as a poll commissioned for STV News shows the referendum is too close to call.
The city of Perth is trying to come to terms with the brutal murder of one of its sons by Islamic militants. Aid worker David Haines was beheaded after being held captive in Syria.
A Perth man who was left wheelchair bound after jumping thirty feet from a burning flat has been fined two hundred and fifty pounds for having heroin days before the incident.
The appointment of BAM Construction to build the V&A museum in Dundee could be overturned if it emerges the company did blacklist union members in Scotland.
A man who tried to incite a riot in Dundee could now face another prison sentence after being involved in a car chase with police.
It's understood police are to carry out fresh investigations into allegations of abuse at a school for the disabled in Dundee.
A ship's captain who was almost four times over the alcohol limit when he sailed his cargo vessel down the River Tay has been jailed for four months.