A care home for elderly people has been ordered by Scotland's social care watchdog to make urgent improvements to the services it provides.
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A second man has been arrested in connection with a shooting in Renfrewshire.
A union has warned of the risk of compulsory redundancies for council employees after councillors voted to cut redundancy terms.
A safe containing a "significant" amount of cash has been stolen from a pensioner's home.
Philip Hammond's Budget pledge of £2 billion for Scotland has been dismissed as "smoke and mirrors" by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon.
Flood alerts have been enforced across much of Scotland with major trunk routes affected by the weather.
Women have been hardest hit by austerity and welfare reforms, a Green MSP will tell a Holyrood summit.
Easy-to-understand guides explaining the science behind identifying suspects by their DNA and walk are to be launched for judges.
A new strategy designed to highlight Scotland's role in issues affecting the Arctic Circle is to be developed.
A lorry driver is in hospital after his vehicle overturned on the A77.
A woman is in a stable condition in hospital after she was hit by a van.
A Scottish Conservative MP has been branded a "traitor" and told to leave the UK in a "Brexit Christmas" card.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale will not be suspended by the party over her decision to take "an unauthorised leave of absence" to appear on a reality TV show.
Three women have appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a two-vehicle crash in the Highlands.
The UK's first passenger ferry powered by liquefied natural gas has been launched in Scotland as part of a drive to cut emissions.
Authorities are conducting a thorough and detailed investigation into allegations of child sexual exploitation in one of Scotland's most deprived communities, the Justice Secretary has told MSPs.
An RAF fighter pilot has been decorated for bravery after saving the lives of Iraqi soldiers fighting Islamic State.
The deaths of three motorsport fans at a rally in the Scottish Borders might have been avoided, a sheriff has ruled as he found safety checks at the event were "weak" and "inadequate".
A construction worker fatally injured on the new Queensferry Crossing may have died as a result of a "freak accident", a probe has heard.
More than 24,000 Scots were hospitalised because of their drinking last year, with people from the most deprived areas nearly eight times more likely to need that kind of help than those in the most affluent areas.