Nearly 400 cannabis plants have been seized by police from a house in Wickford in Essex.
The family of an Essex woman left paralysed after an operation is disappointed the hospital plans to appeal a court judgement.
An efit's been released of a man wanted on suspicion of an attempted abduction in south Essex.
The A132 (Runwell Road) in Wickford is blocked in both directions after an accident between Church End Lane and the A130 (Woodham Road/A1245).
The Environment Agency has issued a flood warning for the River Crouch in Essex. They say heavy rain is forecast for the next few hours, and that they expect river levels to rise.
The warning is for properties from Noak Bridge to Runwell, including riverside properties in Wickford. The Agency is also warning of flooding on the River Wid from Ingatestone to Writtle.
The agency says to turn off gas, electricity and water supplies if your property is about to flood, and to call Floodline on 0845 988 1188 for up-to-date information.
A young man from Essex has admitted carrying out cyber attacks against organisations including the CIA and the NHS.
20-year-old Ryan Cleary from Wickford and 19-year-old Jake Davis from Shetland pleaded guilty to carrying out a series of attacks last year.
News International and Arizona State Police were also among their victims.
Appearing at Southwark Crown Court Cleary, who has been diagnosed with Asperger's syndrome, also admitted four separate charges including an attack on Pentagon computers.
A 51 year old woman has also been arrested in connection with the cannabis factory in Arterial Road, Wickford and is currently in police custody being questioned on suspicion of production of cannabis and abstraction of electricity.
The 56-year-old man arrested yesterday has been released on police bail, pending further enquiries until August 8.