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A man has been raped in a lane near a nightclub in the early hours of the morning
Coastguards have contacted police after a distress flare was fired from land in what is believed to be a malicious act, sparking a major search.
A "ground-breaking" study into how juries come to decisions - including their use of the not proven verdict - is to be carried out in Scotland.
Tories are poised to woo moderate Labour supporters if left wing MSP Richard Leonard becomes the party's new Scottish Leader.
A senior Scottish Labour figure has said he found out about Kezia Dugdale's intention to quit as party leader 15 minutes before it was announced.
A man has been charged following a three-vehicle crash on a major road.
A young man murdered in a "senseless" attack at a party has been named by police.
The death of a man who gave the impression of having been heavily intoxicated is being treated as unexplained.
Two motorists were taken to hospital after being injured in a car crash in East Ayrshire.
Organisers are predicting a literary festival in "Scotland's book town" will be the biggest ever this year.
Scottish Labour leadership candidate Anas Sarwar has announced he has relinquished all his shares in a family firm.
A teenager has been arrested after an elderly woman was sexually assaulted in her home.
Police have released a picture of a man they want to speak to after a woman was assaulted in a shop.
An MSP will have input into the appointment of the next chair of the Scottish Police Authority (SPA) following pressure from opposition parties.
A quick-thinking neighbour has saved a woman's life after a fire was deliberately started at her home.
A woman has died after being pulled from the sea off Ullapool.
A man has been charged over an alleged sexual assault more than 18 months ago.
Armed police are to be on patrol at the first Old Firm match of the season.
John Swinney has moved to quell fears that the new national assessments being introduced in Scotland's schools could be used to bring about a return to education league tables.
Plans to alter flight paths above Scotland's busiest airport have been put on hold for now following a decision by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA).
The University of Glasgow has been named Scottish University of the Year by an annual guide.
One of Scotland's top universities is making what it describes as the largest-ever financial investment in social enterprise by a UK university.
Campaigners have challenged the Scottish Government to go further and faster to tackle climate change and help protect the world's poorest people from extreme weather and famine.
Legislation to ban wild animals in travelling circuses must be tightened up to avoid loopholes, a Holyrood committee has said.
A body has been found during the search for missing teenager Libbi Toledo.
The first reforms to contract laws on third party rights in almost 100 years have been approved by the Scottish Parliament.
MSPs have called for clarity on proposed changes to the controversial named person policy following criticism from lawyers and health workers.
The business case for extending Edinburgh's tram network has been approved.
Nicola Sturgeon has confirmed her government will press ahead with its controversial named person scheme, despite concerns from some that the revised version of the legislation is "deeply flawed".
An elderly woman has been left "absolutely traumatised" after she was sexually assaulted by an intruder who crept into her bedroom while she slept.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon hit out at one of the candidates vying to become Scottish Labour's next leader, claiming there is a "gulf as wide as the Clyde" between what Anas Sarwar says and his actions.
Clydesdale Bank has released the first Scottish £10 polymer note into circulation.