A man has died after his van hit a parked lorry.
Aberdeen have the sun on their backs this week after a run of form that has lit up their season.
It was hardly the news Kilmarnock supporters wanted on the day they celebrated the club’s 150th anniversary.
A shop assistant has been threatened with what appeared to be a firearm during a robbery at a convenience store.
The son of a woman who disappeared 11 years ago has appealed for help to trace her.
Gary Lineker has promised to wear Kilmarnock socks on Match of the Day if Steve Clarke’s side win the Ladbrokes Premiership.
Steve Clarke says goalkeeper Jamie MacDonald’s Scotland call-up is the Kilmarnock number one’s reward for years of consistency.
Bruce Anderson and Lewis Ferguson netted in the final 20 minutes to give Aberdeen a comeback win over Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Scotland defender Stephen O’Donnell concedes he is disappointed to have been involved in a number of the goals conceded in the double header against Israel and Portugal.
Stephen O’Donnell’s long-held admiration for James Forrest is such he will bear no grudge if he pips him to Scotland’s right wing-back position for tomorrow’s UEFA Nations League match against Israel.
Stephen O'Donnell may have broken into Scotland's starting line-up but the Kilmarnock defender reckons he has still to prove he belongs there.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes hits out at “incompetent” Scottish FA appeals panel over Mikey Devlin red card
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes has branded the Scottish FA's appeals panel incompetent after they decided not to overturn Mikey Devlin's red card.
The numbers game caught up with Aberdeen as they suffered their first Premiership defeat of the season on Saturday.
The champagne remains on ice – for another week at least – as Aberdeen dug deep to take all three points at Kilmarnock and maintain their push for a European place.
Boss Derek McInnes has challenged his Aberdeen players to defy the sceptics by finishing second in the Premiership.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Freddie Woodman has his sights set on giving his Aberdeen team-mates a Scottish Cup final to look forward to after helping his side beat Kilmarnock on penalties in Tuesday’s quarter-final replay.
Aberdeen goalkeeper Freddie Woodman saved three penalties in the sudden death shootout to send his side through to the Scottish Cup semi-final against Kilmarnock.
Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson were unable to get off to a winning start at Ross County as they went down 3-2 against Kilmarnock in their first game in charge.
Kris Boyd netted from the penalty spot to earn Kilmarnock a deserved Scottish Cup replay against a below-par Aberdeen.
Shinnie: Last match against Killie was one of the toughest days of my career – but Scottish Cup defeat would be even worse
Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie describes his last meeting against Kilmarnock as one of the toughest days of his career – but a defeat in this afternoon’s Scottish Cup quarter-final would be even worse.
Getting to Hampden Park remains as big a motivation as ever for Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes.
Aberdeen will prepare for Saturday’s Scottish Cup tie with Kilmarnock going ahead as the ‘Beast from the East’ storm blanketed the majority of Scotland under snow.
‘Disappointing’ scheduling allows Kilmarnock an extra day’s rest before Scottish Cup tie with Aberdeen
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes is disappointed the Dons’ Scottish Cup quarter-final has been scheduled for a Saturday – as it favours opponents Kilmarnock.
Steve Clarke calls for a decent kick-off for Kilmarnock Scottish Cup quarter-final against Aberdeen next month
Steve Clarke has called for a decent kick-off time to allow as many Kilmarnock fans as possible to travel to Aberdeen for their Scottish Cup quarter-final encounter next month.
It’s been unforgettable: Manager Tokely praises fans as Scottish Cup run to cherish ends in Ayrshire
Brora Rangers manager Ross Tokely insists the Cattachs will cherish the memories of their excellent Scottish Cup run following their 4-0 fifth round defeat at Kilmarnock on Saturday.
Brora Rangers’ Scottish Cup fairytale is finally over after they were defeated 4-0 by Premiership side Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Brora Rangers’ impressive Scottish Cup run came to an end as they were defeated 4-0 by Premiership side Kilmarnock at Rugby Park.
Brora Rangers chairman William Powrie is intent on helping Cattachs manager Ross Tokely progress to a higher level.
Brora Rangers facing Kilmarnock in the Scottish Cup fifth round has had the same galvanising impact on the Sutherland village as two Highland League titles.
Brora Rangers' Scottish Cup trip to Kilmarnock tomorrow will bring Cattachs striker Kyle MacLeod the opportunity to come up against his role model in defender Scott Boyd.
Brora Rangers’ Scottish Cup success has only served to further convince chairman William Powrie the Cattachs could hold their own in the SPFL.
Brora Rangers knocking out Kilmarnock would go down as the greatest Scottish Cup upset of all time.