STV News at Six Glasgow International
John MacKay and Raman Bhardwaj bring you news and sport for Glasgow and the West.
It's the busiest night of the year in Scotland's towns and cities - as thousands of people head out for Christmas parties.
The terrorist atrocity that left over 130 children dead shocked the world. Families are burying their youngsters.
The prime minister has confirmed he will back moves to give the Scottish parliament the power to lower the voting age in time for the 2016 election.
A damning report has highlighted a series of failures in child protection at Scotland's National School for Deaf Children.
Thousands of homes across Scotland are still without power tonight as the weather bomb causes widespread disruption. High winds, heavy seas and snowstorms have battered the country's west coast.
A 24 year old woman has died after her car collided with an ambulance as it was carrying 2 casualties to hospital from an earlier crash.
A serial young offender is facing life in person after being convicted of a frenzied knife attack on a couple in their own home.
Four SNP councillors have been suspended from the party after filming themselves burning a copy of the Smith Commission report on further devolved powers for Scotland.
The chancellor will unveil his latest tax and spending plans tomorrow in the mini budget that is the autumn statement. It will be one of the most difficult balancing acts of his career.
Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce he will stand down as an MP at May's general election.
Former Rangers owner Craig Whyte has been released on bail following a court appearance over an alleged fraudulent takeover of the Ibrox club.
The Scottish Secretary Alistair Carmichael told the House of Commons the Government was on track meet the time table set out during the referendum campaign.
The First Minister told MSPs that a new independent commission would be set up to establish alternatives to the Council tax.
There's been an emotional plea for the families of the Vale of Leven victims to receive proper compensation.