A 19-year-old motorist from West Norfolk has been jailed for 3 years after causing the crash which killed his best friend.
Thieves who stole oxygen cylinders from King's Lynn Ambulance Station have been accused of putting lives at risk.
An 83-year-old man is facing arrest after putting a sign up on his property calling it Ugly Fence House.
Orders for the next generation of stealth fighter war planes, which will be based in Norfolk, will be made in the autumn.
The government says it hopes to order 48 Joint Strike Fighters by 2020.
Some aircraft will be assigned to the Royal Navy. The remainder will be based at RAF Marham near King's Lynn which is currently home to the RAF's fleet of Tornado aircraft.
Police are appealing for witnesses to a fatal road collision in King's Lynn to come forward.
The incident happened on the A149 Queen Elizabeth Way at 2.40am when a blue Ford Fiesta was involved in a collision with a male pedestrian who was in the highway, close to the junction with the B1145.
Police believe a second car, thought to be a red Ford Fiesta, also collided with the pedestrian. The pedestrian was declared dead at the scene.
The driver of the second vehicle stopped at the scene but left before details were taken and officers are appealing for the driver to come forward.
Anyone with information should contact PC Chris Curtis or Sgt Chris Bradley at Swaffham Roads Policing on 101.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with driving offences after a cyclist was seriously injured following a road collision in King's Lynn, Norfolk yesterday.
The incident happened at around 10am on the B1145, between the Queen Elizabeth Hospital and Great Massingham.
James McGuire, from Chatteris, in Cambridgeshire, has been charged with causing serious injury by dangerous driving, driving a vehicle otherwise in accordance with a licence, driving without insurance, failing to stop when required by a constable and aggravated vehicle taking.
He was remanded in police custody and is due to appear before Norwich Magistrates Court this morning.
The cyclist, aged in his 50s, suffered serious arm injuries and remains in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Today is the last day of the public inquiry into the building of an incinerator at King's Lynn in West Norfolk.
For the past 11 weeks planning inspector Elizabeth Hill has been hearing submissions from groups for and against the controversial plans. It is not known when she will publish her decision.
A West Norfolk radio station has picked up a Sony Radio award for the second year running at a star-studded ceremony in London, hosted by radio presenter Chris Evans.
KLFM which broadcasts across Kings Lynn and West Norfolk has been named UK Radio Station of the year. It was in the catagory for stations with audiences of under three hundred thousand listeners. Judges were impressed by how local the station is along with its high production values.
Heathrow Airport arrivals hall has seen some emotional reunions in its time but few to compare to one this morning.
Craig Larkin from Kings Lynn in Norfolk finally met up with his sister Janine, who flew in from Phoenix, Arizona. They had been separated for 39 years.
Elodie Harper reports on Craig's agonising wait - and a very special meeting.
The Bishop of Lynn in Norfolk is launching a charity album.
Bishop Jonathan is releasing a CD called Everlasting Smiles next Friday and he hopes to raise cash for the Norfolk Hospice at Tapping House and St Nicholas Chapel in King’s Lynn.
Last year Kate Prout went to meet him after he released a charity single.
The CD will be sold through the Hospice’s shops and website.
King's Lynn's historic Tuesday Market Place is to get a £1million makeover. The area will be turned into a pedestrianised zone, with outdoor seating areas. Around 50 car parking spaces will be lost in the changes. Work will begin in July and should be completed by mid-October.
A 19-year-old motorist has been jailed for 3 years after causing the crash which killed his best friend.
Joseph Salah-Eldin from Dersingham near King's Lynn was almost twice the legal alcohol limit and driving between 70 and 100 miles an hour when he lost control of his car.
It rolled into a field, resulting in the death of David Powell who was a back seat passenger.Sentencing him at Norwich Crown Court, Judge Holt told Salah-Eldin
– Judge Stephen Holt
"This was an utter tragedy for both families. It cannot be emphasised enough how dangerous it is for anyone, let alone someone who's young and inexperienced, to drink and drive."