A gunman wanted for the attempted murder of two of his neighbours on the London border has become Essex Police’s most wanted man.
An unusual source of finance is funding a new scheme to help improve the safety in the homes of some of the most vulnerable.
Paul Gascoigne is continuing to receive "one to one" treatment for his alcoholism, as he is fined for a drunken assault.
A wallaby has gone missing from its home in Hertfordshire. The missing marsupial escaped from Offley near Hitchin and has been on the run for more than a week.
Police say they've been on the look-out but haven't been able to find him. But - even if they do - it may prove tricky to catch him. Wallabies can hop along at up to 30mph, and jump eight feet high.
A murderer who stabbed to death a man from Hertfordshire will have his jail term referred to the Court of Appeal as "unduly lenient".
Ian McLoughlin, 55, was given life with a minimum of 40 years at the Old Bailey last month for the murder of Graham Buck in Little Gaddesden in July.
Mr Justice Sweeney said he was barred from passing a whole-life tariff due to human rights laws.
Hemel Hempstead MP Mike Penning said the Attorney-General had confirmed that the sentence would be referred to appeal judges.
He said: "Whilst it is true that Ian McLoughlin will be a very old man in 40 years' time, that is not the point.
"It is essential that we have the ability to pass a whole-life sentence if it is justified.
"I certainly believe it is justified in this case. McLoughlin has killed three times, on separate occasions.
"It beggars belief that we are unable to pass a whole-life sentence because of his human rights."
Mr Buck was fatally stabbed in the neck when he came to the aid of his convicted paedophile neighbour Francis Cory-Wright, who cried out for help when McLoughlin tied him to a bed and tried to rob him.
A mother from Hertfordshire is urging young drivers to take more care on the roads, after her teenage son Leigh was killed in a car crash.
Angela Felstead is backing a new road safety campaign aimed at young motorists, who are far more likely to be involved in a serious collision than older drivers.
They're apparently more likely to take risks behind the wheel, too, including speeding, drink driving and failing to buckle up.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Tanya Mercer
One of the region's MPs is calling for a shake-up of driving tests, to allow the best learners to achieve a distinction grade.
Skills minister and West Suffolk MP Matthew Hancock, says it would help young people aim for a higher level of competancy - making the roads safer and encouraging insurance firms to reward the best drivers with lower premiums.
Repair work is continuing to restore power to thousands of homes in the region after Monday's storm damaged the network.
Latest figures show there are around 14,000 properties in the East still without power, with areas of Suffolk still offline and major problems in parts of Essex and Hertfordshire.
UK Power Networks engineers are aiming to have 98% of power supplies restored by the end of the day.
Reports of A10 southbound partially blocked due to accident, four cars involved before A414 / B1502 Stanstead Road (Hertford Turn Off).
The parents of a young man shot dead at a caravan site near Stevenage in Hertfordshire have made a fresh appeal for help to catch his killers. 21 year old Thomas Ward was shot in the chest outside his home on Dyes Lane in April.
Since then police have been looking for his second cousin, 32 year old John Boy Ward - who's wanted on suspicion of conspiracy to murder. Olivia Paterson reports.
Police are re-appealing for information about about crash which killed two teenage girls last week.
Eighteen-year-old Daniela Ruggiero and 17-year-old Charlotte Dove were driving along the A10 in Hertfordshire when their Citroen C1 hit a deer.
A Volvo V40 then collided with their car, which caught fire.
It happened at about 7.45am last Tuesday between Ware and the A120 Puckeridge exit.
Investigating Officer PC Kevin Sloan, of Hertfordshire Police, said: “I would like to thank all those people who have already spoken to us about the collision however it may be that there are other people we haven’t yet talked to and I would urge those people to call police.”
A 55-year-old man has pleaded guilty to the murder of a pensioner who was stabbed after going to the aid of his neighbour - a convicted paedophile - during a robbery.
Ian McLoughlin, 55, appeared at the Old Bailey today and admitted killing Graham Buck in Little Gaddesden, Hertfordshire, in July.
Mr Buck, 66, suffered fatal stab wounds when he responded to cries from the home of 86-year-old Francis Cory-Wright in the village near Berkhamsted.
Taxi drivers may be famous for saying "you'll never guess who I had in my cab the other day" but a driving instructor from Bishop's Stortford in Hertfordshire had no idea who the star pupils in his car were.
Noel Gaughan might have suspected when one of them started humming the tune of the James Bond movie 'Skyfall' to him while practising her three point turn.
He might also have guessed when his car was surrounded by a load of screaming girls that they were more interested in who he was teaching at the time.
Find out who the celebrity learners were by clicking below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper