Firefighters tackling a large blaze at a warehouse in Glasgow have said they expect to be at the scene for most of the day.
Staff shortages forced closures at a quarter of children's wards and more than 40% of baby units at Scottish hospitals, new research has found.
More than 1,000 mental health patients have been sent out-with their health board area for treatment in the past three years, according to new figures.
The geology of the UK is unsuitable for fracking and the opportunity of the new energy source has been "overhyped", a geoscience expert has claimed.
Workers in Scotland will receive a chunk of the £2 million back pay across the UK being given out to those who were underpaid the minimum wage.
A man has been arrested over alleged drug and money laundering offences after a four year serious and organised crime investigation.
Scottish airline Loganair has agreed a deal with British Airways that will allow passengers from the Highlands and islands to book directly on to its global network.
A new high-speed train aimed at cutting rail journeys between London and Edinburgh to four hours has travelled to Scotland for the first time.
Police are investigating after two schoolboys became locked inside a supermarket for four hours.
An acute ward at a Glasgow mental health hospital presented a "much neglected and dismal environment" for patients to be cared in, according to a report.
The number of rail passengers using Edinburgh Waverley station during the second weekend of August increased by 8% on last year.
Police are investigating a sexual assault on a 14-year-old girl on the Glasgow Subway.
Scotland's employment rate has hit a record high while unemployment has fallen by the fastest rate in the UK outside London, new figures have shown.
Plans to build Scotland's largest solar farm have been given the go-ahead.
A driver suffered facial injuries when he was attacked by two men who stole his car and later set it on fire.
A shop worker was threatened by a man who made off with a three-figure sum of cash in the Edinburgh area.
The Prince of Wales and the Duke of Cambridge are to attend the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
More than three-quarters of unpaid carers in Scotland feel lonely or socially isolated, a new survey has found.
Headteachers should have the power to ban mobile phones in schools, a Tory MSP has said.
Retail sales in Scotland returned to growth in July after a decline the previous month.