Tornado jets from RAF Marham have foiled an attempted to bomb a security convoy in Afghanistan.
In 1930 a blazing car was found in Hardingstone near Northampton. Inside police found a man's body, but today who he was is still not known
The route through Suffolk and Essex of Britain's first ever women's professional cycle race has been revealed.
Video has been released showing Tornado jets from RAF Marham in Norfolk foiling an attempt to bomb a security convoy in Afghanistan.
Pilots spotted insurgents attempting to plant a roadside bomb and flew low to scare them off.
You can watch the full operation, which lasted just over a minute, by clicking below
84 years ago, a man's body was found in a blazing car in Northamptonshire. The murderer was caught, but today the victim's identity is still a mystery.
Now though scientists could be getting closed to finding his relatives by matching their DNA.
Click below to watch a report by Olivia Paterson.
Heartbreaking news this morning - Yuchen Li (alum) was on the missing Malaysian flight our thoughts are with Mingfei Ma, his friends &family
A PhD student who studied at Cambridge has been named as a passenger on the missing Malaysia Airlines flight.
Yuchen Li, who's 27, and a graduate of Churchill College is said to have been on board flight MH370 which was travelling from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing on Friday.
The news was confirmed in a tweet from Churchill College where Mr Li is reported to have studied engineering. The college said he recently got married.
A man from Suffolk has been charged in the US with hacking into computer servers belonging to the Federal Reserve and then stealing and revealing the personal details of people who use them.
Lauri Love was charged with one count each of computer hacking and aggravated identity theft. He faces up to 10 years in prison on the hacking charge and another two years on the identity theft charge.
Love was first arrested in October in the UK and charged by US and British authorities with hacking into and stealing data from a variety of US government computer systems, including those run by the military.