Becoming clear and frosty overnight. Bright and dry on Monday.Read the full story ›
Frost and freezing fog overnight but milder with some rain tomorrow.Read the full story ›
A charity claims authorities in Cambridgeshire are failing to investigate enough reports of abuse of older people.Read the full story ›
Police in Peterborough have taken action to prepare for a rise in alcohol-related incidents over the weekend.
They've issued a dispersal order which is in effect until 6am on Sunday.
Police drug dogs will also be out in force to help stop drug abuse in the city centre.
"Traditionally, this time of year can see large groups of people out drinking in the city centre, which can often increase the potential for alcohol-related incidents. The dispersal order gives us an effective tool to tackle anti-social behaviour and diffuse potentially harmful situations before they escalate."
Officers and PCSOs can issue a dispersal order when there are reasonable grounds to believe that the presence or behaviour of a group of two or more people in a public place has resulted, or is likely to result, in members of the public being intimidated, harassed, alarmed or distressed.
The group can be told to disperse and leave the location for a specified length of time, but not for more than 24 hours.
Scattered wintry showers across East Anglia will become confined to Norfolk by the morning. Long clear spells developing.Read the full story ›
The inquest into the death of celebrity publicist Max Clifford will open in Huntingdon next week.
Clifford, who was 74, was serving eight years in jail for historical sex offences.
He died at the weekend after collapsing in his cell at Littlehay Prison in Cambridgeshire.
The inquest into his death will be opened next Thursday.
A direct rail link between the university cities of Cambridge and Oxford has moved a step closer after the official launch of the East West Rail Company.
It will oversee the restoration of the Varsity rail line which closed 50 years ago.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Dani Crawshaw.
Thursday night's programme will come live from the Cambridgshire village of Gamlingay for the latest in our look at Community at Christmas.Read the full story ›
A woman in her 60s has died after her car came off the road and crashed into a water-filled ditch in Cambridgeshire.
68-year-old Madeleine Parnwell from Warboys was driving a green Volvo along Puddock Road in Ramsey at about 9.30pm on Wednesday night when the incident happened.
She was was pronounced dead at the scene.
Three Conservative MPs from Cambridgeshire and Hertfordshire have helped defeat the Government by amending the EU Withdrawal Bill.Read the full story ›