STV News at Six Glasgow International
John MacKay and Raman Bhardwaj bring you news and sport for Glasgow and the West.
Police Scotland has submitted its initial report on the investigation into the bin lorry crash in Glasgow last month to the Crown Office.
Four Scottish Tesco stores are to close with more than 300 jobs at risk following an announcement by the supermarket giant.
With a hundred days to the UK General Election David Cameron and Ed Miliband need to battle it out for every single vote. Polls suggest neither Labour or the Conservatives will win a majority of seats.
The BBC and ITV network have confirmed today that they will press ahead with General Election debate programmes which will feature the SNP for the first time.
The battle for hearts and minds on television took another twist today as broadcasters offered to host a General Election debate programme which would include the leaders of all main parties running for Westmin
The new Scottish Labour Leader Jim Murphy faces leading his party to electoral catastrophe at May's General Election according to a new poll for STV News.
Three hundred more jobs have been axed in the oil industry today as the fallout from collapsing prices continues to bite.
Detectives are investigating sexual assaults on two female members of staff inside Glasgow Royal Infirmary.
Rangers have started the process of mortgaging off Ibrox and Murray Park to Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley.
A man who beheaded his mother and buried her in a shallow grave has been sent to jail against the wishes of a doctor who was treating him at the State Hospital at Carstairs.
More than seventeen years after a young woman was murdered in Glasgow an arrest has been made in India in connection with her death.
The hurricane force storm which slammed into Scotland last night packed one hundred mile an hour winds, brought down power lines and caused travel chaos with disruption to road and rail services.
Devastatingly tragic - how a judge described the brutal murder of Isabelle Sanders, knifed 37 times in her home. She had gone to the aid of her elderly partner, after he'd confronted an intruder.
The number of specialist nurses for patients with motor neurone disease will be doubled. The First Minister Nicola Sturgeon pledged seven hundred thousand pounds to fund the posts.
The First Minister has said a more cautious approach will be taken with suspected Ebola patients after Scottish nurse Pauline Cafferkey was allowed to come home to Scotland.
The financial situation at Rangers is laid bare tonight after the club took on a half a million pound loan to meet bills due in the coming days.