Malcolm Wright's resignation comes in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
People across Scotland are able to go outside for exercise as many times a day as they like during lockdown.
Around 4000 foster families in Scotland look after nearly 5000 children and young people.
Private sector activity in Scotland fell at an unparalleled level in April, according to an RBS survey.
The First Minister announced people can go outside for exercise as many times a day as they like from Monday.
The death toll of confirmed coronavirus cases in Scotland is 1857.
Stirling University scientists will look at how the easing the lockdown could work for licensed premises.
A study has found more people are open to seeking medical help than they were two weeks earlier.
More than 100 offences between March 24 and April 18 including officers being spat at and coughed on.
Confirmed cases of the virus have risen by 156 to stand at 13,305.
Researchers say smart connectivity would allow cars to send messages about risks such as ice or potholes.
Event called off just a day after it was announced the Braemar Highland Gathering would not go ahead.
Force has been planning for how to deal with any divergence in lockdown measures in different parts of the UK.
Queen marks 75th anniversary of VE day with poignant televised address.
New figures continue to show an improved picture for train operator.
Confirmed and suspected Covid-19 deaths now number more than 3000, but more than 3000 people have recovered from the virus.
Billy Baxter is putting his furlough leave to good use by running 262 miles in aid of NHS Charities Together.
Millions paused at 11am to remember those who served the UK in the Second World War.
Known as the 'flower moon', it appeared much bigger and brighter than usual as it orbited closer to Earth.
Citizens Advice said cancer patients are among those having to go to work despite being eligible for the job retention scheme.