A man from Northampton has raised money for the Air Ambulance Service 13 weeks after he was treated for life threatening injuries.
Hannah Campbell suffered horrific injuries in a bomb in Basra and was told she would not be a mother again. She is celebrating a 'miracle.'
Police in Northamptonshire spent last night re-tracing the steps of a man found dead in a churchyard last week.
A British soldier from Northampton who survived an attack in Afghanistan that left five of his comrades dead is facing jail after he admitted killing his 19-month-old daughter.
25-year-old Lance Corporal Liam Culverhouse was shot in the face during the incident in 2009.
He attacked his daughter Khloe Abrams 18 months later.
Khloe's mother, Clare Abrams, of Abington, Northampton, denied the offence and walked free.
Culverhouse will be sentenced next month.
Two men from Northampton have been jailed for five and a half years at Northampton Crown Court after pleading guilty to drugs offences.
23-year-old Bledar Duka, pictured above, was convicted of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, cocaine, and possession of a prohibited weapon.
Meanwhile, 31-year-old Eduart Duka, pictured below, was convicted of conspiracy to supply class A drugs, cocaine, and possession of a false ID with intent.
The two men, both Albanian nationals, were charged after police, acting on information received, discovered cocaine worth more than £3,500 at a property in Northampton.
They also found Benzocaine, a cutting agent used to thin cocaine and increase its volume for further sale, valued at £1.27 million.
Engineering company Cosworth has announced it's building a new factory in Northampton which will create 280 new jobs.
The 50,000 square feet factory will make parts for some of the world's most advanced engines as well as developing new technology for internal combustion engines.
Exactly where in Northampton the new factory will be built hasn't been announced yet.
There are delays of up to 20 minutes on trains through Northampton due to a broken down train which has closed one of the platforms at the station.
Hannah Campbell had served in the army for 12 years, but in 2007, she was left with life-threatening injuries while on duty in Iraq.
She had to undergo years of surgery which resulted in the loss of her leg and was told she would never conceive again.
But now she's astonished doctors by becoming pregnant.
Click below to watch Russell Hookey's report.
A war hero who was told she would not be able to conceive again after losing a leg and part of her pelvis while serving in Iraq is expecting her second child.
Corporal Hannah Campbell, from Northamptonshire, was serving with 19 Tank -Transporter Squadron in 2007 when an insurgent mortar hit the building she was guarding in Basra.
Doctors battled to save her shattered leg through 19 painful operations but in the end she needed a final operation to -remove it below the knee.
She was told by medics the chances of a brother or sister for her young daughter Milly were extremely slim.
But the 29-year-old has now been told she is pregnant with her second child, due in April.
Cpl Campbell told ITV Daybreak: "We're so excited now we just find ourselves looking at other people's babies and thinking I didn't have the chance to do all those nice things again."
People in the region who are living with the skin condition Psoriasis are being encouraged to get help and not suffer in silence.
The Psoriasis Association, which was founded in Northampton 45 years ago, says the condition which affects 2 million people nationally can cause isolation and depression.
Click below to watch a report from ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey
A man's due to appear in court charged with killing four members of the same family.
Anxiang Du was arrested in Morocco for the death of a Northampton businessman and his family in 2011.
Jifeng Ding's wife Helen and two daughters, Alice and Xing were all found stabbed to death at their home.
Du is due to appear at Northampton Crown Court.
Plans to test flood sirens in Northampton have been called off because of the bad weather.
The Environment Agency and Northampton Borough Council say the tests, scheduled for Wednesday, could have caused confusion or unnecessary concern to people living in the area.