A pedestrian has died after a collision on a local road.
A man who took a cocktail of Class A drugs before going on a knife rampage only stopped trying to stab officers when they ran him over with a police car and battered him with batons, a court heard today.
A 17-year-old footballer has died after a horror crash yesterday.
Two brothers who led police on an early-morning, high-speed chase over the Tay Road Bridge have been jailed.
Fife libraries are owed £160,764 in fines, including one penalty for a book borrowed more than 24 years ago.
Parents who suffer the tragedy of losing a child no longer face the added burden of burial or cremation fees.
A man has been charged with stalking his neighbours for over more than a year in a bizarre campaign of harassment.
An award-winning international burlesque star from Fife is providing St Andrews with some extra glitz and glamour next month – despite a number of venues branding her show “too risqué”.
A man has been jailed for ten years after admitting to the sexual assault of boys and a girl over a 33-year period.
An animal charity has hit out at a local woman who neglected three pet dogs.
Police say they are growing "increasingly concerned" as to the whereabouts of a local teenager who disappeared two days ago.
The Tay Cities Deal is being delayed in the wake of the forthcoming job losses at Michelin.
A local council has been accused of acting as if it really does have public money to burn by spending more than £8,500 on Friday night’s spectacular fireworks display in Glenrothes.
Vandals have targeted an outdoor garden area at a Fife primary school four times in the space of just one month.
Courses are to be offered at Cupar’s secondary school by Fife College following its withdrawal from the town.
Councillors will not look at reopening Kirkcaldy High Street to traffic or scrapping parking fees as a way of transforming the town centre’s fortunes.
A move to stop people from walking into Fife’s household waste recycling centres has prompted a call for a more “measured” approach.
Residents in Newport-on-Tay are urging power company bosses to explain why they were left in the dark for almost two months.
Angus and Fife experienced a rise in fire incidents last year.
A man found seriously injured in Fife in the early hours of Sunday morning remains in serious condition.