Scottish FA president Campbell Ogilvie vows to work with clubs to stop fans firing flares at football matches.
Holders Celtic host Aberdeen as Hibernian face Raith Rovers after the draw for the Scottish Cup fifth round.
Dumbarton beat Berwick Rangers to book their place in the Scottish Cup last 16 for the first time in 29 years.
Inverness convert two penalties as they beat Greenock Morton in the fourth round of the Scottish Cup.
Fixtures, Results & Tables
Alloa Athletic beat local rivals Stirling Albion in a five-goal Scottish Cup thriller at Recreation Park.
A bizarre own goal by Dundee's Gary Irvine puts Raith Rovers into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup.
St Johnstone move into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with a comfortable home victory over Livingston.
Queen of the South twice peg back St Mirren in a 2-2 draw to ensure their Scottish Cup fourth round tie goes to a replay
Rangers are "extremely disappointed" after a flare is thrown onto the pitch during their match at Falkirk Stadium.
Jimmy Nicholl agrees to become Cowdenbeath manager for a second time, having left Central Park in 2011.
Two stoppage-time goals take Rangers into the fifth round of the Scottish Cup with victory over 10-man Falkirk.
Colin Cameron leaves his position as manager of Cowdenbeath, who sit second-bottom of the Championship
Alloa Athletic give manager Paul Hartley permission to speak to Inverness Caledonian Thistle.
Scottish football clubs - four still face critical financial problems - are urged to change business models.
Greenock Morton appoint former Scotland, Chelsea and Leeds midfielder David Hopkin as their interim manager.
Dundee beat Hamilton to move to within three points of the Scottish Championship leaders.
Mark Millar's brace helps Falkirk overcome second-bottom Cowdenbeath in the Scottish Championship.
Greenock Morton sack boss Allan Moore following their ninth Scottish Championship defeat of the current campaign.
Marc McNulty scores a hat-trick as Livingston humble Morton, who part company with boss Allan Moore after full-time.
Calum Elliot scores twice as Raith Rovers came from behind to beat Queen of the South.
Features & Analysis
Allan Moore hopes Morton's League Cup quarter-final against St Johnstone can lift the Greenock gloom
A rundown of the summer 2013 transfer window movements in the Scottish Championship
Alloa chairman Mike Mulraney believes safe standing areas would help Scottish clubs reduce prices and increase crowds.
Match-fixing is an increasing danger in football, a conference hosted by PFA Scotland hears
Betting on football by players has to be policed more thoroughly in light of this week's claims, says BBC Scotland's Jim Spence
BBC Scotland previews the 2013-14 Scottish football season
Neil Doncaster takes on SPFL role following a turbulent four years in Scottish football
Which teams won promotion, were relegated or secured European qualification in the English and Scottish leagues?
With Scottish football entering a hiatus, BBC Scotland looks back at an eventful 2012-13 campaign
Would a radical calendar switch help revive Scotland's ailing footballing fortunes?