People in Whittlesey in Cambridgeshire want urgent action to improve safety on a nearby road, after a number of serious and fatal accidents
Peterborough Cathedral has been awarded £2,464,300 from the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of its "Peterborough 900" project.
An elderly man from Cambridgeshire has been left heartbroken after his late wife's engagement ring was stolen by burglars.
The Unite Union is calling for action to save 240 jobs at Marshall in Cambridge.
Unite are asking the city's MP Julian Huppert to put pressure on his Liberal Democrat colleague, the Business Secretary Vince Cable, to support Marshall.
Up to 240 jobs are under threat at the company's aerospace and defence divisions, and at the company's site in Mildenhall.
Marshall is Cambridge's biggest private employer, but has been hit by a decline in Ministry of Defence contracts.
Unite say the threat of job losses is particularly hard on workers in the run up to Christmas.
– Paul Bouch, Unite regional officer
“Cambridge can’t afford to lose these skilled engineering jobs – the city needs a balanced economy and can’t rely on the two universities, Addenbrooke’s hospital and the companies operating in Silicon Fen. It also needs a strong manufacturing and engineering base.
“Unite will be fighting very hard to retain as many jobs as possible at Marshall in the days and weeks ahead.”
An RAF regiment has returned to our region after a gruelling tour of duty in Afghanistan.
3 Squadron, based at RAF Wittering in Cambridgeshire, have spent the past six months defending Camp Bastion in Helmand Province.
Today the troops took to the streets of Stamford near Peterborough for their homecoming parade.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Lauren Hall
People living in Peterborough will soon have a new high speed internet service , after the council signed a deal to get fibre optic cables installed - transforming it into a 'gigabit city'.
The network will be forty times faster than what's currently classed as 'superfast' broadband - and will be available to homes and businesses from next year.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes
A charity in Cambridgeshire is trying to help burglary victims feel safe again.
The Bobby Scheme fits security devices free of charge in the homes of victims who are vulnerable or over 60. Claire McGlasson reports
A man jailed for the murder of his ex-wife in 2011 has had his appeal quashed.
Vitalija Baliutaviciene's body was found in Poland after she went missing from her home in Burmer Road in Peterborough.
Rimas Venclovas, who's from Lithuania, had previously attempted to overturn his conviction on the grounds that prosecutors were unsure whether the murder had actually taken place in the UK.
That appeal was also rejected.
Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to trace in connection with two money thefts in St Ives.
The first theft happened at around 1.30pm on Saturday 2 November when an army cadets charity tin was stolen after a member of staff at R&M Carpets in Merryland was distracted.
It is being linked to an incident on the same day at about 1.45pm at Hyperion Antiques in Station Road when a member of staff was distracted and the till was stolen.
Anyone with information about the thefts should contact DC Amanda Foreman on 101 or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111.
Delays on the A14, eastbound, at Cambridge between junctions 32 (Histon Interchange) and 33 (Milton Interchange).
It's due to an earlier accident. The vehicles have been moved on to the hard shoulder.
A police community support officer in Cambridgeshire was able to chase down a suspect on his bike, despite having a broken ankle.
Click below to watch Stuart Leithes' report.
PCSO Terry McCormack, who chased down suspect after suffering a broken ankle, said he was doing what he was "paid to do".
A PCSO with a broken ankle - who was involved in a 20 minute bicycle chase with suspect - insists he was just doing his job.
Terry McCormack collided with the man as he attempted to stop him in Wisbech in Cambridgeshire.
Rather than give up after injuring himself, the PCSO jumped back on his bike and rode after him - eventually catching him so officers could make an arrest.