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.
The jury in the World's end murder trial has been taken to the beach and field where the bodies of the two teenage victims were found 37 years ago.
The first party talks on more powers for Scotland have taken place in Edinburgh. The initial meeting was described as constructive by Lord Smith who has been tasked with brokering an agreement on increased devo
The World's End murder trial has heard its "likely" the victims were tied up by two separate people.
Shops across Scotland today started charging for carrier bags. Whether you're at the supermarket or just a local takeway you'll have to pay the five pence levy.
A traumatised hostage held by ISIS terrorists alongside the Scot they murdered says their time in captivity haunts him everyday.
A retired police officer has told a jury he may have seen the man accused of the Worlds End murders with the two victims thirty seven years ago.
The First Minister says he will speak to David Cameron tomorrow about a possible prisoner transfer agreement to bring a mentally ill Edinburgh man, sentenced to death in Pakistan, back home.
The parents of two teenage girls have told a jury of the moment thirty seven years ago when they learned their daughters had been found murdered in East Lothian.
The SNP have reacted furiously to proposals from UK broadcasters that would see them excluded from network TV debates ahead of the General Election next year.
The Scottish Government has published proposals to give the Scottish Parliament full responsibility for raising all taxes.
First time buyers are set to benefit from new property taxes announced by the Scottish Government today.
A Dutch firm is to take over the running of Scotland's railways. Abellio have been awarded the contract for the Scotrail franchise from the Aberdeen-based First Group.
Drink related deaths are significantly higher in areas with the most licensed premises, according to a new study.
The operators of the Hunterston nuclear power station in Ayrshire say there's no danger to the public after cracks were found in the reactor.
The UK Justice Secretary Chris Grayling has provoked a coalition split and a cross border Government row by pledging that a future Conservative Government will curtail the influence of the European Court of Hum
The UK Government have rejected an appeal to halt the roll-out of controversial changes to the benefits system in Scotland.
Gordon Brown has launched a strong attack on David Cameron over his handling of more powers for the Holyrood Parliament.
The Prime Minister has told STV he is confident that agreement can be reached with the other Unionist parties to give Scotland the new powers promised before the referendum.
The Prime Minister has told the UK Parliament that it's in Britain's interest to join in bombings against I.S in Iraq as MPs vote on the issue.