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We are back with the late news at 10.15pm.
Police will be handing out leaflets at Bristol nightclub
The Thekla tonight, a week on from the disappearance
of 26-year-old Lewis Ball.
Lewis was last seen leaving the club at 3:20am on Sunday morning.
Police have also released a picture of a woman they think may have
seen him that night, and who might be able to help.
Over the last week teams have been searching the area around the club
and checking through footage taken that night.
We don't know where he went from there.
We are looking at CCTV extensively to try to find that out
but we do know that a woman left at about the same time as Lewis
and we're keen to speak to that woman.
She may have information to help us find Lewis.
She might be able to tell us where he went, what direction,
so if she is watching this, I'd implore her to come forward
and I'd ask for anyone that knows her to speak to us as well.
Police are also continuing to search for a prisoner who absconded
from Leyhill open prison in South Gloucestershire
Nicholas Briggs is serving a sentence for domestic assault.
Police say not to approach him but call 999.
Another prisoner, Anthony McCormick, absconded at the same time.
He handed himself in at a South Wales Police station last night.
A woman from South Gloucestershire who was seriously injured
when she was attacked by two dogs says she's relieved one of
the animals should now be destroyed.
Donna Croft was helping out at a kennels in South Gloucestershire
when she was mauled last August.
Tracey Miller has been to see how she's recovering.
Her report contains pictures of the injuries.
Six months since the horrific attack, Donna is still recovering.
How are your legs now?
They're not very nice.
They sting quite a lot because my nerves are coming back together.
I've got to see those scars every day so it's had a massive impact.
It's been tiring.
She'd been helping to change drinking water at Baromar Kennels
when an American pit bull and a King Corso like this attacked
her and pulled her to the ground.
Her friend Alan managed to unclamp the jaws of the dog.
But soon after the attack, the dogs were collected by their owners.
These dogs, the pit bull had a history and the severity of it,
I can't understand why they ever managed to walk
out of those kennels.
American pit bulls like these have to be registered by law.
The one involved in this attack was registered,
which is why police say they had no powers that day to
seize or destroy it.
I've just been in and spoken to the owners of Baromar Kennels
and they've declined to speak to us on camera.
But South Gloucestershire council have just completed a health
and safety investigation here and say they have now passed it
on to their legal department.
Now a magistrate has ruled that this pit bull must be destroyed
and it must be handed in.
She can appeal.
Obviously the dog will be kept in custody.
If she does appeal it will go to Crown Court and it will be
another story again.
Are you ready for that? Oh, yes, I'm ready.
In football, the second period is just under way
in this afternoon's games.
Here were the half-time scores.
Matty Taylor's first Bristol City goal got the ball rolling.
They led 3-0.
Bristol Rovers were pegged back by Bradford.
Swindon and Cheltenham were trailing.
Yeovil got the only goal against Leyton Orient,
and it was all square at Forest Green.
It's at a similar stage in the rugby, with Gloucester
taking on Leicester at Welford Road.
It's not been easy so far for the away team.
They trailed 20-3 at the break in the Premiership.
Bristol players scored five of England's tries as they beat
Wales 63-0 at Cardiff Arms Park.
Danielle Waterman and Amy Wilson-Hardy scored two,
and captain Sarah Hunter also crossed the line.
Finally, Bath's Queen Square was transformed into a World War One
field hospital today.
It was all part of a heritage lottery funded project to celebrate
the work carried out by local hospitals during the war.
Actors appeared as soldiers, nurses and doctors -
and local schools were involved, performing and learning
about the lives of real local people from the time.
Well, it was bitter out there for them today.
Let's see what's ahead.
Here's Lucy Martin.
We're sticking with the wintry feel as we move through
the rest of the weekend.
Through tonight we will be largely cloudy, some outbreaks of rain
which could be a little wintry, temperatures falling
to an overnight low of between zero and three degrees Celsius,
so looking at a cold start to tomorrow.
Plenty of cloud around from the word go, again some outbreaks of rain
which could contain some sleet and snow and as we move
into the afternoon becoming a little drier with one or two bright
intervals, temperatures at a maximum of five Celsius with that easterly
breeze taking the edge off but the good news is as we move
through the night into Monday we start to draw in some milder air,
so it looks like Monday will be drier and brighter
although there will be a strong easterly breeze as well.
We're back tomorrow.
Enjoy your evening and the rest of the weekend!