Here's a story that looks like it will have a happy ending.
Five weeks ago millions of people were appalled when CCTV footage emerged of Ella the Lurcher dog being tied to a post in Peterborough and dumped.
Now, although she's got a way to go, she's on the road to recovery.
Watch the video to see Ella's progress
Police are hunting a man who they believe head-butted, punched and kicked a woman during an argument in Peterborough.
Officers are appealing for help to find 25-year-old Greg Uhunamure, who is thought to be living in the Walton area of the town.
It is claimed he attacked a woman in her 20s on February 16, leaving her with serious injuries.
Police believe he also smashed a large television belonging the victim.
Det Con Richard Ellison, of Cambridgeshire Police, said members of the public should not approach Mr Uhunamure but should call officers on 101 immediately.
Olympic and Paralympic heroes are to be given the freedom of Peterborough at a special ceremony next week.Read the full story ›
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Matthew Hudson
The race has officially started to become the first mayor for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough, with a range of new powers and a budget of hundreds of millions of pounds.
The Communities and Local Government Secretary Sajid Javid was in Wisbech to urge people to use their vote on May 4th.
The new combined authority will have devolved powers from the Government over areas including housing, transport and education.
I'm here today to sign this ground breaking devolution deal. It means a lot more powers coming to Cambridgeshire and Peterborough and a lot more money - almost £800m pounds of new money.
It will lead to jobs through investment in skills and transport and to get the right deal for Cambridge going forward you need the right leadership and that's why these election on May 4th are so important.
A motorcyclist who led police officers on two high speed chases in Cambridgeshire has been jailed for more than two years.Read the full story ›
Plans to cut specialist fertility treatments across Cambridgeshire and Peterborough are to be sent out for public consultation.
The Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Clinical Commissioning Group says it's having to make tough decisions about funding due to financial pressures.
One idea is to stop routinely giving specialist services to most cases apart from two exceptions; patients undergoing cancer treatment and men who have a chronic viral infection.
"The CCG has to make some very difficult decisions about how to allocate our budget. It is a fixed budget and yet we have a growing demand for all types of healthcare services, as well as a significant financial deficit to clear. We are now in the position that we have to evaluate every service we commission. Specialist fertility services are expensive treatments and last year we spent over £1million on them. "
The new policy would still allow for patients to be referred from their GP to their local hospital for investigation into their infertility.
But once a patient has completed their investigations, the proposed policy would no longer allow for patients requiring IVF treatments then to be referred from the local hospital to the specialist fertility services for treatments funded by the NHS, apart from the exceptions above.
In 2015/2016, 200 people accessed IVF services
if you've ever driven north on the A1 near Peterborough - you might have noticed a rather forlorn and unloved looking roadside buildingRead the full story ›
A burglar from Peterborough has been jailed after raiding three houses - while wearing an electronic tag.Read the full story ›
A lorry driver was cut from his cab by firefighters after two trucks crashed on the A47 at Thorney near Peterborough.
The road was closed eastbound for 90 minutes on Friday morning after the accident.
Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service said that nobody was seriously injured in the incident.
The driver who was extricated from the lorry escaped with only slight injuries.
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Sarah Cooper
Peterborough City Council says children's lives are being put at risk because of dangerous parking during the school run.
The council has already issued 200 fines to parents, and is warning that more people will face penalties for parking badly.