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.
The Environment Agency is investigating after a large illegal fishing net, which could have killed hundreds of fish, was found hanging across a waterway in Tydd Gote near King's Lynn.
The net, which was about 75ft x 6ft, was found in the waters of the North Level Drain.
Anglers say the net would have been put in by poachers looking to catch fish.
David Parlett, secretary and treasurer of the Tydd Gote Angling Club, said: "A net like this would have caught and killed hundreds of fish of all types.
"The holes are only 75mm sq and would have held fast any fish just behind its gills. Once trapped the fish would have died."
The find comes in the wake of a catalogue of complaints made by anglers over the last few years about poaching of fish in the waterways in and around the area.
A woman in her 50s has died after a head on collision on the B1145 near King's Lynn this morning. The air ambulance was called in, but she died at the scene. An elderly couple in their 70s sustained minor injuries. The collision happened just before 11.30 on the Gayton Road at Bawsey.
Four rapid response vehicles, two ambulances, a paramedic car and the East Anglian Air Ambulance all attended the scene, as did the Norfolk police and fire service.
The B1145 is currently closed in both directions between the A149 Queen Elizabeth Way / A1076 Gayton Road / Station Road (Queen Elizabeth Roundabout, King's Lynn) and B1153 (Gayton).
Doctors at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King's Lynn say the snow has resulted in a steady stream of accident victims arriving at the hospital.
There are warnings to both drivers and those on foot that they should take care during this wintery weather. Doctors say that they don't usually get a sudden influx during heavy snow, but when the snow starts to melt and then turns into ice, that's when the problems start.
The Bishop of Lynn in Norfolk is about to release a charity CD of him singing.
Not too surprising so far - except all the songs are 60's classics and not what you would call religious. As Kate Prout found out it is not the first time he's been known to perform.
There are delays of up to one hour on First Capital Connect trains between King's Lynn and Cambridge due to a person being hit by a train at Waterbeach.
A woman from King's Lynn is being honored this evening with an award at the Sun newspaper's Night for Military Heroes.
Nikki Scott set up the charity Scotty's Little Soldiers for bereaved military families after her husband was killed in Afghanistan.
The awards show is being broadcast on ITV One at 9 o'clock this evening.
A couple from King's Lynn say it'll cost them thousands of pounds to put right work done by a builder that's left their home in disarray.
Fran Ikin and her partner have been so angered by the work he did that they've put up a banner calling him a cowboy builder...but he says problems started because the couple kept changing their minds about what they wanted.