Live updates for Devon and Cornwall have finished for the day, but we'll be back at 08:00 on Friday 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.
Tricorn style wars break out in BBC newsrooms
Spotlight anchor Justin Leigh and producers Claire Hawke and Louise Walter are the latest BBC staff members to don a tricorn in anticipation of the launch of the second series of Poldark on BBC One on Sunday.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge start a two-day visit to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly
University gave 'no guarantees about future use of Rolle Campus'
Plymouth University says it gave no guarantees "about future use" of its Rolle Campus in Exmouth after a community group says it was disappointed not to be given the chance to take it over.
The Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education is moving to the former teacher training site, which has been disused for eight years. Rolle Exmouth Ltd had been using a building for a local businesses hub and had hopes of a permanent future there.
The university said: "We are fully satisfied that we have arrived at a highly positive solution for the Rolle Campus, its new owners, and, we believe, for Exmouth."
People interested in seeing old maps and documents discovered in a Cornish harbour office will not have to wait until they are available online because some have been put up in the harbour master's office.
The centuries-old documents, found in Looe, are being been digitally photographed with the ultimate aim of putting the archive online.
However, retiring harbourmaster Jeff Penhaligon, who found the documents stored in bin bags, has had some framed and they are on display. The find includes dozens of old maps, charts and books relating to the port's history, including its original lease.
Lifeguards say a group of teenagers are lucky not to have been seriously injured after they took to the sea off Fistral Beach in Newquay on board a homemade raft.
The alarm was raised early yesterday evening when the trio, two males and a female, were spotted in the water. The group were not in trouble but soon realised they didn’t have a plan to get back to shore safely.
The RNLI said they'd launched the vessel from nearby rocks. The lifeguards transported the three people ashore and dismantled the raft.
Injured dog 'thrown from car'
Police are investigating reports that a dog found injured was thrown from a vehicle on the A38.
Officers said they were called to Kennford Services on the dual carriageway, near Exeter, at about 14:00 "after initial reports of a dog being thrown". A black King Charles Spaniel was found with suspected broken legs and taken to a vets for treatment.
Police appealed for witnesses, saying: "At this time, police only have third-hand reports of how the dog came to be on the road and how it sustained its injuries."
Sadness at closure of Exmouth seafront crazy golf course after 40 years
There's been a sharp increase in Devon and Cornwall in the number of reports to police involving possessing of indecent images of children, according to freedom of information requests made by children's charity the NSPCC.
The figures reveal:
2013 - 144 cases
2014 - 179 cases
2015 - 281 cases
Across the UK, the total number of recorded crimes for the possession, distribution and production of indecent images of children rose from 4,530 in 2013 to 10,818 in 2015. Of those cases, 2,031 of the suspects were under 18-year-old.
Temporary bed closures 'not sneaky move to shut community hospitals'
Health Correspondent, BBC Spotlight
An NHS boss has denied that temporary bed closures have been part of "sneaky" moves to close community hospitals.
A consultation has begun on plans to close community hospitals in Ashburton, Bovey Tracey, Dartmouth and Paignton. Health commissioners said they wanted to care for people in the community instead, and needed to make cuts somewhere. Critics said the move would increase pressure on other facilities and increase bed-blocking.
Dr Nick Roberts, of South Devon and Torbay Clinical Commissioning Group said those beds were temporarily closed due to "patient safety issues.
He said: "The keys issue is around workforce, so there are some community hospitals where we find it difficult to recruit to have safe nursing numbers. Other aspects are about buildings being fit for purpose."
New academy for deaf site 'will double student numbers'
A new site in Exmouth will allow the Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education to cater for 160 youngsters, double its current number of students.
The academy, which has been in Exeter for nearly 200 years, hopes to be working out of a new facility at Rolle Campus in Exmouth - after taking it over from Plymouth University - within 24-30 months. The site has been vacant for eight years since the university moved its teacher-training facilities to Plymouth.
The academy's current premises on Topsham Road are to be sold. Discussions with housing developers have already taken place, it is understood.
Ms Glover (pictured left) won the women's pair in Rio with partner Heather Stanning. She and TV nature presenter Steve Backshall (right), who met her in 2014, are due to get married later this month.
Bourne End Jewellers gold and silversmith Richard Bull said: "It was damaged on two edges - on one edge quite badly and the other less badly ... They are pretty heavy and bigger than you think. They are about 4in in diameter, and must weigh half a kilo."
He added he was "honoured to have been trusted with restoring such a priceless object".
A number of parking ticket machines have been stolen in Devon and Cornwall.
The South West Lakes Trust said two of its machines were sawn off at the base and taken away: one from Roadford Lake, near Okehampton, on Friday night; and another from Trenchford Lake, near Bovey Tracey, on Saturday.
One of the trust's machines was found under a bridge in the Launceston area in Cornwall, with reports that it appeared to have angle grinder damage on it.
Another machine was taken from the harbourside at Fowey in Cornwall.
Out and about: Duke and Duchess sign cathedral slates and pull some pints
A retiring Cornish harbour master who discovered hundreds of "fabulous" maps, charts and documents by chance in an office says the harbour's credentials will never be questioned because he found the original act establishing it.
The centuries-old documents were found in bin bags in Looe by Jeff Penhaligon. They have been digitally photographed with the ultimate aim of putting the archive online. He said he couldn't believe his luck when he found them.
He said: "Some of them are so delicate. We've got the original act of leasing the harbour. No one can argue with us because we can go back donkey's years. It's fabulous."
Community group 'disappointed' at Rolle Campus takeover
A community group says it is disappointed not to be given the chance to take over the Rolle Campus in Exmouth from Plymouth University.
The Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education is moving to the former teacher training site, which has been disused for eight years.
Rolle Exmouth Ltd had been using one of the buildings for a pilot scheme for a local businesses hub, with community events taking place. Chairwoman Deborah Hallett said the organsiation had been encouraged to give time, effort and up to £250,000 in the hope of a permanent future there.
Up close with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
BBC Radio Cornwall
I've been keeping interesting company this morning.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge began a two-day visit to Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly at Truro Cathedral this morning.
They were greeted by thousands of well-wishers, some of whom waited for hours to catch a glimpse of the Royal couple.
After signing a slate to support the cathedral's roof appeal, William and Kate went on a walkabout.
Purrington set to stake claim for regular place at Argyle
Sgt Mike Friday, who works in St Ives and Hayle, is being moved to an office job in Camborne in a few months' time. Campaigners at a public meeting say he is "integral" to the community and want to keep him there.
What are the arguments around community hospital beds?
Health Correspondent, BBC Spotlight
As a consultation begins today on plans to close community hospitals in Ashburton, Bovey Tracey, Dartmouth and Paignton, I look at the arguments surrounding them.
They are essential to reduce bed-blocking in hospitals
They say they are cheaper, closer to family and friends
It isn't always appropriate to care for people in their own homes
But, those in favour of closing community beds say:
They are actually more expensive - particularly those in older buildings
They are difficult to recruit staff to
They highlight statistics that show older people lose their mobility very quickly when they are bed-bound
Surveys suggest most of us would rather die at home than in a hospital bed
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have started a two-day tour of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly.
This morning they arrived at High Cross in Truro to meet dignitaries and staff at the city's cathedral, where they signed a slate in support of an appeal for a new roof.
More than £3m is needed to repair it because it's been in place since the cathedral was completed in 1908.
It's the first official visit to Cornwall by William and Kate who will later visit a project to help disadvantaged children through surfing, before travelling to the Isles of Scilly tomorrow.
Portholland diver death: Tests on scuba cylinders
Tests are being carried out on scuba diving equipment after a man from West Sussex died after getting into difficulty in the sea of Cornwall, police say.
The 43-year-old man and a 12-year-old girl were retrieved from the sea at Portholland beach after getting into difficulty on Tuesday. The girl was taken to hospital in Plymouth but was discharged on Wednesday. The pair were among a group of five on holiday.
Insp Paul Norlund, of Devon and Cornwall Police, said: "We are carrying out routine tests on the man’s scuba diving cylinders, but this is a routine test and there is nothing to suggest this is anything other than a tragic accident." He added a file was being prepared for the coroner.
During the afternoon, we will have more cloud, and the sunshine will turn more hazy. Winds will be light mainly south westerly, becoming moderate in the west and around the coasts. Maximum temperature: 20C (68F).
It will remain quite cloudy overnight with a few showers. Cloud will lower and thicken later in the night, with some patchy rain reaching the far west and islands late in the night. Winds will be moderate south westerly, becoming fresh in the west by morning. Minimum temperature: 14C (57F).
An investigation is continuing into the disappearance of a bravery medal posthumously awarded to the coxswain of a lifeboat which lost all eight crewmen in the Penlee Lifeboat Disaster.
It was given to William Trevelyan Richards, who died when the Solomon Browne went to the aid of the stricken coaster Union Star in December 1981. A total of 16 people died from the coaster and the lifeboat.
The gold gallantry medal, the highest award for bravery, is missing from the RNLI's head office in Poole, Dorset. The charity said police had been informed.
Sgt Mike Friday, who works in St Ives and Hayle, is being moved to an office job in Camborne in a few months' time. Campaigners said he was "integral" to the community and want to keep him where he is.