Today, Scottish football clubs observed a minute's silence as a mark of respect for the victims of the George Square bin lorry crash.
Police are treating the death of a man found seriously injured in a street as suspicious.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze which burst through the roof of a block of flats.
A man has been found dead in the stairwell of a block of flats in Edinburgh.
THE body of a taxi driver who accidentally drove his car into the water at Ayr Harbour has been recovered by police divers.
MOTORISTS are being urged to take extra care on the roads today after severe weather warnings for snow and ice were put in place overnight.
A TEENAGER has signed a book deal with a major publisher in the hope of following in the footsteps of JK Rowling.
Too many families are struggling to visit their lived ones in hospital, new figures suggest.
A £6.5m package to rescue Rangers from financial meltdown has been made by a group of businessmen.
THE family of a young workman killed in a Christmas Eve road crash have paid tribute to a "gentle giant" and "proud father".
More than 1,400 people have been admitted to hospital after taking performance enhancing drugs in the last four years, new figures show.
A RELATIVE of the three family members killed in the Glasgow bin lorry tragedy has said he does not blame the driver for their deaths.
Customers are being urged to collect their parcels from the City Link's depots as soon as possible after the delivery giant entered administration on Christmas Day.
THE Lord Provost of Edinburgh is preparing to plunge into icy cold waters for charity when he takes on the New Year's Day Loony Dook challenge.
BARGAIN hunters flocked to high streets and shopping malls across Scotland to cash in on the Boxing Day bonanza as retailers slashed prices and kick started their winter sales.
The man who made the first ever mobile phone call in Britain has recalled the event 30 years on.
AMID the sombre pall cast over Glasgow in recent days it is hard to remember that a few months ago the city was swept up in the carnival spirit of the Commonwealth Games.
AS the man charged with delivering the 2014 Commonwealth Games, David Grevemberg could be forgiven for having missed a few events amid the whirlwind of activity he faced when the eyes of the world were trained on Glasgow.
PERFORMERS claim draconian measures could lead to the death of live music in pubs in the Scottish capital.
FOR the last 16 years, Jackie Bird has given up the chance to spend Hogmanay with family and friends in favour of hosting BBC Scotland's annual show.
IT is a high-tech solution to one of Scotland's most notorious traffic problems that could have widespread implications on the way land is surveyed.