The father of a hit-and-run victim fears the drink driver who left his son to die could kill again.
The family of Sheku Bayoh will on Monday learn whether police involved in his death will face prosecution.
Scotland has been given a first glimpse of the driverless technology to be trialled on buses in Fife next year.
IN FULL: Mother’s ‘heart is broken’ as no police officers face prosecution in relation to Sheku Bayoh’s death
The mother of Sheku Bayoh said her heart has been broken by a decision not to prosecute anyone in connection with her son's death.
Two of the police officers linked to Mr Bayoh's death were allowed to retire early.
VIDEO: Family ‘totally betrayed’ as no police officers face prosecution in relation to Sheku Bayoh’s death
No police officers will face prosecution in relation to the death of Fife man Sheku Bayoh.
The Scottish Government has announced there is to be a public inquiry into the death of Kirkcaldy man Sheku Bayoh.
Police hope a public inquiry into the death of Sheku Bayoh will end years of "speculation and accusation disguised as facts".
A groundbreaking scheme which helps homeless people while freeing up hospital beds is to continue for another year in Fife.