STV News at Six Edinburgh International
STV News at Six from the Edinburgh region. This edition of the broadcast programme may have been edited for rights reasons.
It's been a monumental and emotional day for Scotland and for Scottish politics. Tonight Alex Salmond announced his resignation.
More than three years after the Scottish National Party secured a landslide victory at Holyrood, the long-awaited referendum on independence is finally taking place.
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.
A man from Midlothian who's accused of murdering his wife and son days after Christmas last year, has told a court he believes in reincarnation.
There's concern tonight over the futures of workers at Phones 4U mobile phone shops. The company - which has hundreds of staff in Scotland - has gone into administration.
Alex Salmond says the Yes campaign are within touching distance of a win, as the polls remain on a knife edge.
A number of high street businesses say their costs and prices could go up if the nation votes for independence.
The Conservatives, Labour and the Liberal Democrats united in Scotland for the United Kingdom. The party leaders made impassioned pleas to voters to stick with the union.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband have cancelled their weekly clash in the House of Commons tomorrow to campaign in Scotland for a "no" vote.
Muslim leaders across Scotland have called for the immediate release of all hostages held by the terror group Islamic State.
The First Minister has accused Ed Miliband of being out of touch with Scottish voters and losing the referendum battle.
The Foreign Secretary says "every possible option" is being considered to protect a Scottish hostage being held in Syria. The terrorist group Islamic State have threatened to kill the man who was captured last
The Prime Minister has told STV News that he will attempt to forge a cross party consensus on more devolution should he win the next election.
The Electoral Commission says there's been an unprecedented surge in people registering to vote in the referendum.
Bookies shorten the odds on a Yes vote following last night's debate but Better Together say the decision will be made on the doorsteps, not TV sets.
The First Minister Alex Salmond and Better Together leader Alistair Darling will go head to head over Scotland's future again tonight in a live television debate.