STV News at Six Glasgow International
John MacKay and Raman Bhardwaj bring you news and sport for Glasgow and the West.
An eighty-six year old man tells a murder trial he watched his partner being stabbed to death.
The company which owns the Grangemouth petrochemical complex is hoping to start fracking for shale gas in Scotland in two years time.
Nicola Sturgeon has been appointed as Scotland's First Minister after MSPs voted at Holyrood this afternoon.
Alex Salmond has told the Scottish Parliament it has been the privilege of his life to serve as First Minister.
Police say they are aware of known football hooligans travelling to Glasgow for tomorrow night's Scotland versus England clash to cause disorder.
Thirty seven years after the World's End murders, two teenage girls have finally received justice with the conviction of a man who's been called Scotland's secret serial killer.
Alex Salmond concluded his last First Minister's Questions today as he prepares to make way for the election of Nicola Sturgeon next week
A man has been jailed for life after being convicted of brutally murdering a two year old girl he had been babysitting.
A murder trial has heard how a toddler allegedly killed by her mother's partner had a total of 65 injuries. A pathologist said Madison Horn died from blunt force, head and abdominal trauma.
A memorial event for Scottish soliders killed in recent conflicts has been held as the remembrance weekend begins.
We'll be watching you - that's the message from Westminster to petrol companies accused of not bringing down the price at the pumps quickly enough.
A jury has been told that a man accused of murdering his girlfriend's daughter was more concerned about rolling a cigarette than asking how the two-year-old was.
Scots workers are entitled to millions of pounds in extra holiday pay after a landmark legal ruling.
More Scottish employers are being urged to pay the Living Wage. It's rising by twenty pence to seven pounds eighty five.
Scotland's health service is struggling with significant pressure according to the public spending watchdog.
The Scottish Labour Party is tonight contemplating a leadership contest after the Party's Shadow Health Secretary Neil Findlay became the second candidate to enter the election.
The Lothians MSP Sarah Boyack is the first Parliamentarian to declare that she will be a candidate to succeed Johann Lamont as the Leader of the Scottish Labour Party.