Live updates for Devon and Cornwall have finished for the day, but we'll be back at 08:00 on Wednesday with the latest news, sport, travel and weather.
Don't forget Spotlight on BBC One later. There will also be news through the night on your BBC Local Radio station.
Latest weather: Dry overnight, bright spells on Wednesday
Dry overnight and winds will remain light, allowing some mist and fog to form in places. Minimum temperature: 8C (46F).
Wednesday will be a generally misty and grey start but with occasional bright spells, particularly during the afternoon when we should get some sunshine. With winds staying light, it will feel milder than of late. Maximum temperature: 16C (59F).
Genette Tate murder: Enquiry 'can't go further without new information'
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Police have told the family of missing schoolgirl Genette Tate that an enquiry into her suspected murder cannot be taken any further unless someone comes forward with specific information, such as where she is buried.
The 13-year-old disappeared from a village near Exeter in 1978 while riding her bike. Notorious child killer Robert Black is believed to have murdered her, but no body has ever been found.
Black died in prison in January, days before he was due to be charged with her murder. An evidence file was still submitted in April, but the Crown Prosecution Service said it did not charge dead suspects.
Genette's father, John Tate, said he still felt "very emotional about it." He said: "I would like to find her body after 38 years of searching for answers and put it to rest."
Police said officers had kept the family "informed throughout this long and complex case".
Heathrow expansion 'right decision for Cornwall'
The government's decision to build a third runway at Heathrow "is the right decision for Cornwall", Newquay Airport says.
Ministers approved the long-awaited decision at a cabinet committee meeting on Tuesday, saying the expansion would support trade and jobs. The decision has been criticised.
But the Cornish airport (pictured) said: "If business and tourism are going to thrive in Cornwall, then we need access to the rest of the world - a quality connection to a hub airport like Heathrow is how we get it".
Managers added that they were to work "to deliver a Newquay-Heathrow route as soon as capacity becomes available".
Genette Tate murder: Robert Black 'made prison confession'
BBC News Online
The suspected murderer of schoolgirl Genette Tate made a "jail confession" to a member of prison staff about her death, it is understood.
The 13-year-old disappeared from the Devon village of Aylesbeare, near Exeter, in 1978 while riding her bike when she was delivering newspapers.
Notorious child killer Robert Black (pictured) was described by police as the "only suspect" in the case, but he died in prison in Northern Ireland earlier this year, days before he was due to be charged with her murder.
It is understood that Black told the prison staff member he had visited Alyesbeare, where the Tates lived. The member of staff told Black they had not heard of it and replied: "Alyesbury?". But Black stressed it was "Alyesbeare".
'Skeletal remains' found by police investigating foot discovery in woods
Further "skeletal remains" have been found by police investigating the discovery of a foot in a walking boot in woods on the outskirts of Truro, officers have confirmed.
The boot was found by a dog walker in Nansavallan Woods last Thursday evening.
Officers added that a police dive team was searching a stream bed in the area.
Torbay point order issued because 'problems getting worse'
A Public Spaces Protection Order put in place Hopes Nose in Torbay has been issued because the local council "could not allow" problems in the area to carry on, a senior councillor says.
Under the order issued by Torbay Council, people visiting the area no longer allowed to camp, light fires, litter or fish for mackerel too much. Anyone ordered to leave the area cannot return for 48 hours. It is due to remain in force until December 2017
Cllr Robert Excell, community services lead for the authority, said: "The problems at Hopes Nose have been getting worse over a period of time and this made the area unpleasant for many residents, walkers and visitors. We could not allow this to carry on."
Brixham gas leak isolated
A gas leak which caused the evacuation of three properties in Brixham has been isolated, firefighters say.
Emergency services and gas engineers were called to the King Street area at about 12:05 after reports of gas smells.
Devon and Somerset Fire said "high levels of gas" were found in one of the residential properties and crews ventilated it after engineers from Wales & West Utilities isolated the leak. A building inspector was due to examine the scene, it added.
Notorious child killer Black (pictured), who was jailed for killing four girls, was the "only suspect" in the case after the 13-year-old disappeared from a Devon village in 1978 while riding her bike.
Her body has never been found and Black died in prison in January, days before he could be charged.
Genette's father, 74-year-old John Tate, said the dossier contained information gathered by experienced former officers from Devon and Cornwall Police and he was "convinced" that Black was the culprit.
The chief constable of Devon and Cornwall says he welcomes an independent investigation into a complaint made against him.
The investigation over the conduct of Shaun Sawyer is in relation to comments he made about the inquiry into the declaration of general election expenses by his commissioner, Alison Hernandez. Both he and Ms Hernandez both deny any wrongdoing in connection with their respective investigations.
Mr Sawyer said: "I am aware that the OPCC [Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner] has received a complaint from a member of the public concerning comments I made in the course of a BBC interview regarding a police investigation into the Police and Crime Commissioner, Alison Hernandez.
"I welcome an independent investigation into this complaint and look forward to hearing the outcome in due course."
Teenager excluded from school for inviting 'killer clown' to class
A St Austell dad has criticised Penrice Academy for "overreacting" after his son was excluded from school for five days for inviting a 'killer clown' from another country to his school - in the hope that the school would close for a day.
South West airports and airlines respond to Heathrow expansion decision
It will be a day of variable amounts of cloud with some bright or sunny spells, the best of which will be this afternoon. More mist may plague the south coast at times. Winds will be light and mainly southerly. Maximum temperature: 16C (61F).
Cloud will thicken up again overnight and winds will remain light and from a southerly direction, allowing some mist and fog to reform in places. Minimum temperature: 10C (50F).
Householders threaten legal action against housing association over £45k repair letters
A group of householders in Paignton is threatening legal action against a housing association over a huge repair bill.
They live in four leasehold flats in the town and freehold owner Sanctuary Housing is doing extensive repairs on the building.
In January, the householders were told they'd each have to contribute £25,000 towards the repairs. Now they've had a letter saying the figure is more likely to be £45,000.
Sanctuary Housing told the BBC the letters were not a demand for payment and it wanted to keep residents informed. It said water had caused extensive damage in the building "which may be the result of defective roofing work undertaken by the previous landlord". It added: "We can reassure homeowners that they will not be charged for any repairs required as a result of poor quality work."
Widow feels 'let down' by mental health services over husband's death
BBC Radio Cornwall
A widow says she feels "completely let down" by mental health services in Cornwall after her husband jumped to his death from a cliff in Newquay last year, she has told an inquest.
Maureen Charlton said doctors and nurses did their best but it was not good enough for Chris Charlton, who died in October 2015.
At a hearing in Truro, coroner Barry Van Den Berg concluded that the 58-year-old took his own life. The Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust said it was not commenting until it had fully examined the findings of the inquest.
Visitors to estuaries in the South West are being urged not to disturb wildlife by using drones.
The RSPB said it was particularly concerned about the Exe Estary, where thousands of geese, ducks and waders stay for the winter, some after flying for thousands of miles. It said birds could waste energy by having to fly around.
As well as drones, the charity added it was also concerned about dogs not being kept on leads, and microlight aircraft being flown at low altitudes.
Teignmouth-Shaldon bridge closed all day for repairs