Police are appealing for witnesses after a car came off the A11 and ended up on its side in a field.
Officers were called to the southbound stretch of the A11 at Red Lodge at 6:25am after a blue Rover car crashed.
Five people in the car were hurt. They were taken to hospital but police say none of them are seriously injured.
A 23-year-old man was arrested at the scene on suspicion of drink driving.
Officers are appealing for information and would particularly like to hear from anyone who saw the Rover driving along the A11 before it left the road. Witnesses should contact PC Ian Jepp at the Bury St Edmunds Roads Policing Unit by ringing 101.
A woman from Suffolk feared missing in Nepal has phoned her family to say she is safe.
Julia Carroll, who's 22, rang her family in Boxford at 5am to say she was safe and at the British Embassy in Kathmandu.
Miss Carroll, who graduated in law last summer, had been travelling since February and had been in Nepal for three weeks.The family said they were relieved Julia had been in touch.
Detectives are investigating after a man was stabbed in Haverhill. Police were called at 12.30am this morning (Saturday, April 25) after the 35-year-old victim was found in Camps Road. The victim was attacked in the High Street by a group of three males and a female. He then walked from the High Street to Camps Road, where he collapsed. The man's in Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, where he has undergone surgery for a wound to the stomach. He is in a stable condition. Police have cordoned off an area of the High Street and Camps Road. Anyone with information is asked to call Bury St Edmunds CID on 101.
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Controversial plans for a housing development at Newmarket are now the subject of a public inquiry Lord Derby wants to build 400 new homes at Hatchfield Farm on the outskirts of the town. But today senior figures from the world of racing said their industry could suffer if it goes ahead. Matthew Hudson reports.
At first glance, the weather yesterday at Cromer seemed to be identical to the weather today. The same dry and bright conditions, the same strong sunshine and the same gentle breeze.
But, for anyone heading to the beach armed with their sunlounger and bathing suit, there's been one important difference.
Yesterday, Cromer was the coldest spot in England with a maximum temperature of just under 11ºC. Today it's one of the warmest with a temperature at 1pm of 18ºC and the potential to reach 20ºC in the next few hours.
The reason for the difference? Yesterday's breeze came off the North Sea - still only 9ºC following the winter. Today's breeze rolls off the warm land to the southwest.
The fine weather won't last - rain arrives later this weekend.
It's the London marathon this weekend. Many people from the ITV Anglia region are running and several have sent us their pictures. You can see them below.
Southend manager Phil Brown is running for the first time and is hoping there will be an extra spring in his step if his team move into the automatic promotion places with a good result against Wycombe. Donovan Blake has been speaking to him.
Meanwhile Allan Lamb, the former Northamptonshire and England batsman and Matthew Hayden, the record breaking Aussie star, will both be in the capital at the weekend cheering on members of their families. They've been chatting to Donovan Blake...
And here are photos sent in by some of our other local runners.
Michael Ball from Cambridge is running for dyslexia.
Pat Brightman from Norfolk will be doing it in fancy dress, Pat's running for Breast Cancer UK.
Nick Blackwell from Colchester is raising money for The Sick Children's Trust.
Peter Malin from Northampton is running for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.
Martin Andrews from Norwich will be wearing his canary colours and running for the Leah Wilby Foundation.
Kyle Bowles from Bradwell in Norfolk running for Ability Bow.
Jeff Whitlam running for the Cambridge University Veterinary Trust.
Jackie Delf from Suffolk is running for the St John Ambulance.
And DC Andrea French from Suffolk Police who is raising money for Save Babies UK.
A waste incinerator in Suffolk which transforms rubbish into energy has been shortlisted for a national award
The 180 million pound plant at Great Blakenham near Ipswich opened at the end of last year.
The idea is to save the county millions in landfill taxes and provide enough electricity to supply 30,000 homes.
Now it's been shortlisted for the Let's Recycle Awards for Excellence. The winner will be announced in May
It comes in the same week it was announced that during construction the site was among the best-run building sites
Newmarket's place as the home of racing could be under threat if plans to build 400 homes at Hatchfield Farm in the town go ahead - that according to a leading trainer.
John Gosden says that the town is at a delicate balance, and any more building work would threaten the future of racing in the town.
An inquiry into the application is ongoing.
Detectives say they're linking eighty different burglaries across the region. There have been 68 break-ins in Suffolk and 12 in Norfolk since November. Most of them happened in the late afternoon.
These pictures were taken at a home in Leavenheath, Suffolk. Police say the burglars know what they're looking for. Here's Det Insp Nick Power of Suffolk Police.