Glasgow CityMother makes appeal over Caroline Glachan murder
The mother of a schoolgirl who was murdered 20 years ago says finding her daughter's killer would give her "closure".
Killer driver who fell asleep at the wheel faces jail
A student who fell asleep at the wheel of a car after a night of partying faces a prison term after he admitted killing another driver.
Pilots on Glasgow Airport alcohol charge released on bail
Two pilots are released on bail over claims they tried to board a flight from Scotland to the US while under the influence of alcohol.
Man accused of armed robbery and abduction at Coupar Angus chip shop
A 32-year-old man appears in court, accused of robbing a Perthshire chip shop at gunpoint and abducting the owner's wife.
Man dead and another critical after motorbike crash
One man dies and another is in a critical condition after the motorbike they were travelling on crashes near New Cumnock in East Ayrshire.
Jordan McMillan: Partick Thistle & SFA abandoned me, says banned defender
Former Partick Thistle defender Jordan McMillan says he was 'abandoned' by his club and the SFA after a positive test for cocaine.
Four areas targeted in Glasgow city centre regeneration plan
Ways of making four areas of Glasgow city centre more attractive places to live in, work in, invest in and visit are to be explored by the council.
Trial delayed for Labour MP Marie Rimmer over 'referendum assault' charge
The trial of a Labour MP accused of kicking a "Yes" campaigner on the day of the Scottish independence referendum is adjourned until later this year.
Scottish footballer Craig Reid cleared of attacking girlfriend
A Scottish footballer is cleared of assaulting his former partner days before Christmas.
Glasgow Mass for victims of Italian earthquake
A mass is held in Glasgow to remember the victims of last week's earthquake in central Italy.
Teenager missing after night out is found 'safe and well'
A teenager who had been missing since a night out at the weekend is found 'safe and well'.
Ticket dodgers 'avoid paying on 900,000 rail journeys'
An estimated 900,000 rail journeys are made each year in Scotland by people who dodge buying a tickets, Scotrail says.
Caledonian MacBrayne sets out new contract targets
Caledonian MacBrayne has said it wants to "maximise opportunities" for firms employing high numbers of people who are disabled or disadvantaged.
Cristian Gamboa: Celtic close to signing West Brom right-back
Celtic are close to signing West Brom right-back Cristian Gamboa after the clubs agreed a fee for the 26-year-old.
No Scottish team can live with Celtic attack - Leigh Griffiths
No team in Scotland can live with the attacking threat posed by Celtic, according to striker Leigh Griffiths.
Kilmarnock 1-1 Rangers: Warburton concerned by slow start
Manager Mark Warburton laments his team's first-half display at Kilmarnock, saying: "It was not a Rangers team."
Kilmarnock: Lee Clark retains hope of signing Chris Burke
Kilmarnock manager Lee Clark has not given up hope of signing Chris Burke, but concedes a deal is "a long shot".
Your pictures of Scotland: 19-26 August
A selection of your pictures of Scotland sent in between 19 and 26 August.
On your bike
Plans are unveiled to more than double the size of Glasgow's city-wide bike hire scheme by next year.