Mild and cloudy overnight. Sunny spells tomorrowRead the full story ›
A vicar from Luton who wrote sexually explicit comments during conversations with children in an online chat room has been jailed.Read the full story ›
Some warm, bright spells will developing through this afternoon. Temperatures above the seasonal averageRead the full story ›
The Met Office says the UK is set for its driest September since records started in 1910 and is also among the top five warmest.Read the full story ›
Henry Patterson is one of Britain's youngest entrepreneurs, doing brisk business with his own sweet shopRead the full story ›
Police in Luton are seeking witnesses to a violent attack on a man at the Duke of Clarence public house in Upper George Street, at 3.20 am on Saturday 27 September with left the victim with 24 stitches to his upper lip.
Police say a 17-year-old boy was punched three times with a glass in the smoking garden of the pub. They want to hear from anyone who saw him with another teenage boy.
The attacker is described as white, five foot ten inches tall, of slim build, with short brown hair, clean shaven, and with blue eyes. He has a peculiar deformed left finger and both little fingers are bent inwards. He has a tattoo on his right wrist of “MUM” with stars around it.
UKIP supporters from our region were in Doncaster at the weekend for the party's conference.Read the full story ›
Woburn golfer Ian Poulter has tweeted some great pictures from the Ryder Cup after Europe's win over the USA. Poulter says he didn't get to bed until 4am. It was Europe's third win in a row, and the fourth time Poulter's been on a successful Ryder Cup team.
Well I think I'm looking a little worse for wears this morning. 4am put ourselves to bed and now off to the airport.? http://t.co/AeWGtW2cOQ
A leading A&E doctor is calling for the vast majority of cardiac arrest sufferers to be treated at the scene by paramedics.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Fog warning across the East of England up until 10.00am Monday 29th September.
The warning is across Cambridgeshire, Hertfordshire, Essex, Southend-on-Sea, Norfolk, Suffolk, Thurrock & Central Bedfordshire.
The fog may make driving conditions difficult in parts of the region.
"Fog is becoming more widespread and locally dense across Eastern England, whilst extensive low cloud is continuing to lower across southern counties of England leading to fog on hills and at lower levels in some places. The fog will lift into low cloud during the first part of the morning in the south, but a few dense patches will persist in the east until mid to late morning."