Ice will again form on some surfaces from late Wednesday afternoon, which will continue through the night and well into Thursday morning.Read the full story ›
Police investigating the rape of a woman in Lowestoft have released an E-fit image of a man they'd like to speak to about the incident.Read the full story ›
Police are using new technology to help them combat crime. But the internet is also providing tools to criminals.Read the full story ›
Primary and secondary schools in the East of England have improved compared to last year, according to Ofsted's annual report.Read the full story ›
Police in Suffolk are appealing for help in tracing a missing 43-year-old man from Newmarket
Jason Urbanowicz was last seen leaving his home in Green Road, Newmarket at around 5am this morning, Tuesday 12th December and has not been seen since.
Jason's 5 feet 9 inches tall, broad build, bald headed with a dark coloured trimmed beard.
When he was last seen he was wearing a white checked shirt, navy jeans and a grey cable knit jumper.
He left the house in his red Volvo C30 3 door saloon car.
Firefighters were called to help a driver who was trapped in his car in Chelmsford.
Crews from Essex Fire and Rescue arrived at Buttsbury Wash to find his car trapped in 3ft of freezing cold water.
The man was freezing cold and was suffering from shock and possibly hypothermia.
Firefighters waded into the flood waters and rescued the man using an inflatable sledge.
Station Manager Martyn Hare said: "When we arrived, the motorist was still in his car and water had started to fill the footwells."
"It is extremely dangerous for anyone to attempt to drive into flood water without knowing how deep the water is, especially on a morning where temperatures had plummeted to -4."
Every year the fire service rescues dozens of motorists who find themselves trapped after driving into flood water.
The fire service is warning motorists not to drive through flood waters which will reach more than half of their car wheels.
The Anglia region has experienced the relatively unusual phenomenon of snow during a thunderstorm as temperatures dipped below -4°CRead the full story ›
Commuters face delays this morning after two separate incidents on the region's rail network.
There's disruption on the line between Cambridge and Norwich after a vehicle hit a bridge between Attleborough and Thetford.
#Attleborough - Services between Cambridge and Norwich via Ely and Thetford may be cancelled, delayed by up to 30 minutes or revised
And there are delays too on the main Norwich to London line after a track defect at Rivenhall in Essex.
It means Greater Anglia services between Liverpool Street and Colchester, Clacton on Sea, Harwich Town, Ipswich and Norwich will need to use the Liverpool Street bound line in both directions between Marks Tey and Witham and will be subject to delay, cancellation and alteration at short notice.
Villagers at Redgrave near Diss say they're on track to re-open their local pub early next year.
Locals got together earlier this year to buy the Cross Keys and are planning to run it as a community pub.
They're now looking for a manager and chef to run it.
There have been regular work parties of enthusiastic volunteers who have made considerable progress.
Currently, the first floor accommodation is the focus of the volunteers' labour.
Tribute have been paid to a grandmother who was killed in a crash in Suffolk.
80-year-old Joan Cawcutt died after her car collided with another vehicle on the A143 Bury Road in Wattisfield on Saturday afternoon (9 December).
Mrs Cawcutt’s family said she was "the most kindest and gentlest soul you could ever hope to meet, cruelly taken from us and will be sorely missed by many."
A 38–year-old woman from the Bury St Edmunds area was arrested on suspicion of causing death by careless driving when under the influence of drink or drugs. She's been released under investigation pending further enquiries.
Any witnesses, or anyone with information about this incident, is asked to contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.