Work is underway on the multi-million pound A5-M1 Link Road in Bedfordshire.Read the full story ›
Work on the long awaited Northern Bypass for Dunstable gets underway later today.
It's hoped the A5-M1 link road will help relieve traffic conjestion in the town.
The dual carriageway will be built by the Highways Agency running east from the A5 to join the M1 at a new junction 11A.
It will cost more than 160 million pounds and is expected to take two years to build. It's due to open in spring 2017.
A young Bedfordshire woman has spoken out after she was deliberately drugged by a stranger last weekend.
Donna, who doesn't want us to reveal her surname, was in a bar in Dunstable with a friend when her drink was spiked.
Her's is one of 4 similar incidents that evening now being investigated by police.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
Bedfordshire Police are warning people to keep an eye on their drinks after several woman reported they'd been spiked in Dunstable.
Officers received four separate calls from women who'd fallen ill or passed out after visiting pubs and clubs in the town on Saturday night (31 January).
None of the women were hurt or attacked but police are reminding others never to accept drinks from strangers or to leave them unattended.
"If you do buy a drink, just make sure that you keep it with you and keep it in your sight.
If you do see anyone playing around with your drink, discard it straight away."
Footage shot by ITV News Anglia viewer Dave Porter shows a van on fire on Luton Road in Dunstable. The van caught fire at around 3.50pm.
Eye witnesses watched as the van began to roll down the road, ending up in a driveway, where the fire spread to a second vehicle.
Police closed the road while firefighters tackled the blaze. Witnesses said the emergency services made the area safe with incredible speed.
Bedfordshire Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after an 18 year old woman was punched by a man as she walked her dog in Dunstable on Monday afternoon (Oct 27).
It happened at around 3.15pm as the victim was walking along the back of Tesco in Skimpot Road, Dunstable with her brother and pet dog. The dog managed to slip its lead and ran off towards another dog which was being walked by the offender.
The offender approached the victim and made several threats before pushing her and then punching her to the forehead before making off towards Dunstable Road.
A judge has described the fake bomb detectors produced by a couple from Bedfordshire as "like something out of Alice in Wonderland".Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed for making bogus bomb detectors in his garden shed which he claimed could find missing Madeleine McCann.Read the full story ›
A man from Dunstable have been jailed for making bogus bomb detectors. Sam Tree, 68, has been given a three-and-a-half years sentence at London's Kingston Crown Court. His wife, Joan Tree, 62, was handed a two-year suspended prison sentence and ordered to carry out 300 hours of unpaid work in the community for her role in the scam.
The half-sister of missing landlady Deborah Steel has made a video appeal for information into her disappearance.
Gini Secker, who's 47, from Nottingham, made the appeal after police recently reopened the investigation into the case.
Deborah, former landlady of the Royal Standard Public House, disappeared on December 28, 1997.
"Now the case has been reopened I plead to anyone who knows anything however minor it may seem to them to now come forward. We are convinced that someone knows about her fate. It has been a heavy burden to carry all these years and all we wish for is the answers so we can lay Debbie to rest at last.”