People living on one Northampton street have won a 3 year battle to get the road resurfaced because the current one makes too much noise.
Emergency changes have been made to the road layout in Northampton after the opening of the new Northgate Bus station caused chaos.
Bus users in Northampton have had their first chance to look round the town's new North Gate bus station.
A damning report says the death of a 19 month old girl could and should have been prevented.
Little Khloe Abrams from Northampton was killed by her father, Liam Culverhouse, after he returned home injured from Afghanistan.
He admitted killing his daughter and is currently serving six years in prison.
Today (Wednesday 26 February) a serious case review into her death found there were missed chances to save little Khloe and she was failed by health professionals who could have protected her.
Olivia Paterson reports.
A former soldier who killed his daughter had warned Army doctors he "was likely to harm his child", a report has found.
Liam Culverhouse was sentenced for the death of Khloe Abrams in January.
A report into the death of his daughter has today found opportunities were missed to save her.
Click below for Olivia Paterson's report.
Motorists who were driving out of Northampton on the A428 Bedford Road between 7pm and 7.15pm on Wednesday 19 February have been asked to come forward by Northamptonshire Police.
Just after 7pm on that day, a pedestrian was involved in a collision with a motorbike and a car close to the junction for Great Houghton. The pedestrian sadly died as a result of his injuries and the biker was also left with serious injuries.
Anyone who was on Bedford Road at that time is asked to call Northamptonshire Police on 101 or the Drivewatch Hotline on 0800 174615.
A British couple have lost their High Court fight against extradition to the US over an alleged work expenses fraud.
Paul and Sandra Dunham launched their action after the US Department of Justice sought their extradition over what the couple claim is an "employment-related dispute".
Mr Dunham, 58, who was Chief Executive and President of Pace, a US company manufacturing soldering irons for the electronics industry, was indicted on 13 counts of fraud and money laundering by a grand jury in Greenbelt, Maryland, in December 2011.
His 57-year-old wife is accused of aiding and abetting him.
The couple, from Northampton, "vehemently reject" allegations relating to expenses claims while working in the US.
Their counsel Ben Watson had asked Lord Justice Beatson and Mr Justice Simon to allow their claim under Article 8 of the Human Rights Act, which relates to private and family life.
He said the couple's lives had been "shattered" and that extradition would be disproportionate in the circumstances.
The Dunhams were not in court in London to hear the judges dismiss their case.
Paul and Sandra Dunham, from Northampton, have lost their High Court fight against extradition to the US over an alleged work expenses fraud.
More to follow.
A casino in Northampton has apologised to a local church after tweeting an image of a semi-naked woman superimposed onto the church's tower.
The Priest in charge of All Saints Church, in the town centre, says he found the stunt distasteful and bizarre.
Aspers Casino has now apologised for any offence it might have caused.
Olivia Paterson reports.