The Suffolk coroner has recorded an open verdict on medical student, Daniel Gliksten, who died in Hungary
During World War One many stately homes were offered to the war Office. The first was at Wrest Park in Silsoe in Bedfordshire.
A family from Northampton are desperately trying to raise funds to bring their critically ill father home from the Philippines.
A former Suffolk dance teacher who went on to find fame as a presenter on American television, has been shot dead at his home in Louisiana.
Before leaving Bury St Edmunds, Scott Rogers ran a controversial dancing school, described by authorities at the time as having an "unhealthy atmosphere similar to a religious cult."
It's believed he was killed by his son-in-law Mathew Hodgkinson, also his former lover, who then tried to kill himself.
– Iberville sheriff Brett Stassi
"This looks to be a murder and attempted suicide.
Rogers was found with a single gun shot wound to the head and Mathew was on the floor with a gun shot wound to the head."
Police forces around the region are on an increased state of alert after the government raised the terrorist threat level from substantial to severe.
It is in response to conflicts in Iraq and Syria.
The former head of the British Army, General Lord Richard Dannatt, who lives in Norfolk, has urged people across the region to be vigilant.
And today a Muslim leader in Luton told ITV News Anglia he feared the raising of the alert could threaten his community.
Serena Sandhu reports.
RAF reconnaissance aircraft from Norfolk have begun flying missions over Iraq.
Six Tornado warplanes from Marham near King's Lynn have been sent to the British airbase at Akrotiri in Cyprus.
They've been flying surveillance missions over Northern Iraq to pinpoint the location of refugees in need of relief supplies as they flee from extremist forces who've forced them to leave their homes.
It's understood Tornado jets from RAF Marham in Norfolk could be sent to bolster the relief effort in Northern Iraq.
It's thought the aircraft would be used for reconnaissance missions to help aid planes, rather than an active strike role.
Thousands of people have been displaced in the country as Isalmic State fighters bolster their grip on major towns and cities.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have been planting poppies in London today as events continue commemorating the centenary of Britain's involvement in the First World War.
A procession took place through Cambridge last night ahead of the extinguishing of lights in the city's Guildhall.
It was a similar story across the region as thousands of people switched off their lights at 10pm.
Inspiration for the symbolic act was drawn from the words of the wartime Foreign Secretary Sir Edward Grey.
He said 100 years ago that "the lamps are going out all over Europe."
Memorial services have taken place across the region to remember those who fought and died the First World War.
In the east of the region alone nearly 24,000 were killed in county Regiments between 1914 and 1918.
According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission the figure in Essex was 9,410.
In Suffolk 7,145 men laid down their lives.
The Norfolk Regiment saw 6,333 killed.
While in Cambridgeshire the figure was 876.
Russell Hookey reports below on the memorial services that took place in the west of the Anglia region.
Police are investigating an attack on a family as they released balloons in memory of a stillborn baby girl.
The attack took place in Highwoods Country Park in Colchester.
The father was kicked and punched to the ground and a family friend suffered two broken fingers.
Police have arrested six suspects - two men, two women and a teenage boy and girl both aged 14. The suspects have been released on police bail until September 19.
To commemorate the centenary of the First World War, Bedfordshire Council’s Archive Service; will be telling the story of the people of Bedfordshire during the First World War in two new online series.
From Monday August 4th, daily reports will be posted exactly 100 years after the events they record.
The first blog will look at individuals and events across the County of Bedfordshire through newspaper style reports.
The second blog will narrate the reality of the soldiers’ war, with daily reports from the Front Line in the style of a modern war correspondent.
The blog will be published each day at 7 am and will run until 11th November 2018.
– Mayor of Bedford Borough, Dave Hodgson,
"The information held by the Bedfordshire and Luton Archive and Records Service is an invaluable resource for showing what life was like during the First World War. These blogs will highlight what life was like on the front line as well as the struggles faced by those back at home. Bringing this material to a blog will open up these stories to new audiences.”
A body, believed to be that of missing teenager Emmerson Thompson, has been found in Northampton.
The 15-year-old was last seen on Friday 1st August.
Members of the public found the body at Weston Mill, shortly after 2pm.
– DCI Mark Behan
"Our thoughts are with Emmerson’s family at this devastating time. I would like to thank the public for their help in the search for Emmerson, particularly those people who shared our appeal on social media sites.”