An investigation has been opened by Cambridgeshire Police after shots were fired at a house in Akeman Street in Cambridge at about 10pm on Wednesday.
The occupants of the property were in the house at the time but were not injured.
"Scenes of crime officers are at the house and we are carrying out house-to-house enquiries in the area.
"We would urge anyone who saw anything suspicious or has any information to call police on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555111."
Cambridge and Luton are only around 40 miles apart but when it comes to pay there's a growing gulf between them.Read the full story ›
A new report has revealed a significant gap in what people are earning in Luton and Cambridge.
The research from the Centre for Cities says that there's been a rise in low-pay positions in Luton over the last decade, while the opposite's true in Cambridge.
It's being blamed on a decline in mid-level jobs such as admin, which experts say could make it harder for people to progress into better paid roles.
"The towns and cities that have been most affected by globalisation and technological change have seen quite significant falls in those intermediate level jobs.
They've seen shifts towards low pay, rather than high-pay occupations and that's the case in Luton."
A ceremonial role which dates back three centuries could be filled by a woman for the first time.
A vacancy has arisen to be one of Cambridge City Council's five mace bearers, responsible for carrying the authority's civic regalia at official events.
The council says it'll welcome applications from women this time around.
Over the summer the East hosts some of the biggest festivals going. From Latitude in Suffolk, to the Cambridge Folk Festival and of course there's the V-Festival in Chelmsford.
Now with the nights drawing in its time for the grand finale with the appropriately named Sundown Festival taking place in Norwich this weekend with, among the line up, some of the biggest names in British music.
A city-wide 20mph speed limit in Cambridge is a step-closer after it was announced the next stage of limits could be in place by March.Read the full story ›
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge has become one of the latest names to take part in the 'ALS Ice Bucket Challenge' to raise money for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Stephen Hawking nominated the Vice-Chancellor and Chancellor of Cambridge University, along with the director of the Science Museum, Ian Blatchford.
On a YouTube video the the Vice-Chancellor thanks the world-renowned scientist for his nomination.
An Egyptian coffin lid thought to be almost 3000 years old has been found by an auctioneer from near Cambridge.Read the full story ›
In the latest in our Hidden Histories series, Tanya Mercer looks at the Backs in Cambridge - once a huge First World War hospital site.Read the full story ›
Men who eat more than 10 portions of tomatoes each week have an 18% lower risk of developing prostate cancer, new research suggests.Read the full story ›