A teenage girl has reported being kidnapped and raped in Hertfordshire.
A man has been found guilty of being part of a gang of pirates who murdered a tourist from Hertfordshire in Kenya.
Cancer patient Stephanie Knight, from Braughing in Hertfordshire has died at the age of 21.
A man has been sentenced to death for his role in helping with the kidnap of British tourist Judith Tebbutt during an attack in which her husband David was killed in Kenya.
Ali Babitu Kololo was found guilty of robbery with violence and kidnapping in relation to the raid at a remote resort close to the border with Somalia in September 2011.
David Tebbutt was shot and killed and Judith was abducted and taken to Somalia where she was held for over six months before being released.
There are delays of up to 20 minutes on Stansted Express services between Bishop's Stortford and Stansted Airport.
Lorry fire on the hard shoulder of M11 Northbound between J7 A414 / B1393 (Harlow) and J8 A120 / B1256 Stortford Road / B1256 (Bishops Stortford).
Singer Gary Barlow, who met Stephanie as part of her bucket list, tweeted when he heard the news of her death.
'Lets all say a prayer for Stephanie Knight tonight ! Beautiful girl'
Stephanie Knight - who has died at the age of 21 from bone cancer - speaking in March about how she hoped her bucket list of things to do before she died would help her family after her death.
One lane closed on the exit slip-road northbound for junction 8 (Bishop's Stortford) due to a broken down vehicle.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman in her 80s was killed after being hit by a Transit van in Bishop's Stortford.
The incident happened at about 5.30pm yesterday in Thorley Hill near the junction with Lower Park Crescent.
The woman was pronounced dead at the scene, the driver of the white Transit Connect van - a man in his 50s - was not injured.
The road was closed until 8pm to allow investigations to take place at the scene.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the Herts Police non-emergency number 101.
Tissimans menswear shop in Bishops Stortford is closing its doors after more than 400 years in business.It opened as a tailor, draper and undertaker in 1601 called Slaters. It became Tissimans at some point before the late1800s.
Until now Tissimans has had claim to being the oldest men's clothing establishment in the world, the 26th oldest family business in the world and the third oldest family business in the UK.