A lorry driver is in hospital after his vehicle overturned on the A77.
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A woman is in a stable condition in hospital after she was hit by a van.
Three women have appeared in court charged with attempted murder after a two-vehicle crash in the Highlands.
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.
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".
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.
A construction worker fatally injured on the new Queensferry Crossing may have died as a result of a "freak accident", a probe has heard.
Transport police have seized more than £160,000 worth of drugs during arrests at Scottish stations.
An elderly woman in a wheelchair had a four-figure sum of money stolen in a "despicable crime" after visiting a bank.
Less than 7% of overall NHS spending went to family doctors last year, new figures have revealed.
Extreme action will be taken if allegations that a British man arrested in India has been tortured by police are true, a Foreign Office minister has suggested.
Almost two-thirds of Scotland's police officers want to have access to a handgun, according to new research.
Scottish courts will have the power to prosecute domestic abuse cases involving Scottish residents and UK nationals even if the abuse happens outside Scotland, under changes to a proposed new law.
A theatre company is to move out of its historic Glasgow home for two years while it undergoes a £19.4 million redevelopment.
Patients in Scotland have become the first in the world to use a new scanner which has been likened to "100 MRIs in one".
The Aberdeen city region deal has yielded tangible results for the north-east one year on, regional leaders have said.
A fisherman reported missing after his boat was spotted on rocks with its engine running has been named.
An RAF bunker from the Second World War which can withstand a nuclear bomb has gone on sale.
A poppy factory in Edinburgh is to benefit from £2.5 million of government funding.
Strong links with Arctic countries are "mutually beneficial" to Scotland, the First Minister has told a forum in Edinburgh.
Scottish students should be entitled to a minimum income of £8,100 a year, a major review of student support has found.
A former Second World War bunker enhanced to withstand nuclear, biological or chemical attacks has gone on sale in the Highlands.
Three sisters are taking legal action against a council over claims they were abused by their foster parents for nearly two decades.
A 12-year-old boy needed surgery for a facial injury after being attacked by another youth outside a busy shopping centre.
A simpler bowel cancer screening test is being rolled out across Scotland.
A road safety charity is calling for action to cut speeding after figures showed more than 9,700 people were injured and 159 killed on Scottish roads in the year to June.
Organisations including faith and environmental groups have called on the Scottish Government to make sure the Scottish National Investment Bank exists to make the country greener and more equal.
The body of an elderly man who was reported missing in East Dunbartonshire has been discovered by police.
Young Scots are the most complacent about online security, despite being the most comfortable with making purchases over the internet, according to a study.
Firefighters have tackled a blaze at a pub in Bathgate. Emergency services were called to the incident at the Ballencrieff pub in Hopetoun Street in the West Lothian town at around 8.30am on Sunday. Four fire appliances went to the scene and extinguished the blaze. No-one was injured in the incident.
Former Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale's decision to appear on I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! is utterly ludicrous, a fellow MSP has said.
The search for a kayaker missing off the coast of Aberdeenshire has resumed.