A cloudy and damp start. Becoming drier and brighter this afternoon.Read the full story ›
Cloud will increase through the night with some rain arriving during the early hours.Read the full story ›
More than five hundred people have signed a petition to keep an African Caribbean day centre in Wellingborough open.Read the full story ›
Burglars who broke into a house in Corby threatened the home owner with a machete and baseball bat before stealing his watch and cash..
The 23-year-old victim handed over his replica Audemars Piquet watch and the offenders left the house in Lapwing Close.
The first offender was 5ft 11in and wore a black tracksuit top with blue stripes down the sleeves. The only description of the second offender is that he was shorter than the first.
Both were wearing gloves and made off from the scene in a red SAAB Aero with a 2010 registration plate.
Northampton Saints have been dealt a blow with the news that England prop Alex Corbisiero has been ruled out until "early 2015."
The 26-year-old had to come off in Saturday's win over Bath after picking up a shoulder injury.
Scans have now revealed that Corbisiero has suffered a ligament tear which will require surgery.
It means that the former London Irish man will also miss England's autumn internationals, alongside other key front players Tom Youngs, Mako Vunipola and Dan Cole who are also set for spells on the sidelines.
Mostly fine and dry this afternoon. Cloud will increase tonight bringing outbreaks of rain overnight.Read the full story ›
Police say a 9-year-old boy was assaulted as he walked home from school through the park near Queen Eleanor Road at Wootton in Northampton.
A man threatened the boy and pushed him to the ground on Friday, 26 September just before 3.30pm.
Police say there would have been a lot of people around at the time of the incident and they'd like to hear from witnesses.
The IPCC is investigating after a 53-year-old man fell into a “critical condition” after being arrestedRead the full story ›
A14 totally stuffed eastbound this morning - will impact on all our schedules - apologies in advance!
There 10 miles of queues on the A14 in Cambridgeshire after an accident at 5.50am this morning, between a lorry and two cars. One car has crashed into the central reservation.
The accident happened at J30 Oakington and Dry Drayton. Traffic is now backed up to J24 at Godmanchester the A1198 and B1044.
Lanes 2 and 3 are closed while emergency services deal with the accident.
There are also reports of westbound traffic slowing down to look at the accident, causing some delays there too.