Worcestershire's pacey bowler Joe Leach takes three wickets in a county cricket match - in the first three balls of the match.Read the full story ›
Police warn regular drug users in Northamptonshire to be extra vigilant after the death of two men in Kettering.Read the full story ›
Good news for the weekend with sunny spells and warmer temperatures on the way. But, don't put your umbrellas away, yet.Read the full story ›
Plans are being made in Northampton to use the now cleared site of the old Greyfriars bus station in the town.
It's a question many people who live and work in Northampton have been wondering since the building, regarded by many as an eyesore, was demolished back in March.
Work to clear the site is now complete and it's planned replace it with what's being called a "once in a generation opportunity to transform the area".
It has been fairly cool over the past few days, today the temperatures have lifted slightly and the sunshine has returned, will it stay?Read the full story ›
Two police officers from Northamptonshire have been commended for their bravery after being attacked by a man wielding a large knife.
In footage captured on one of their body cams, the officers can be heard telling Lee Vickers from Corby to put the weapon down.
He was later jailed for three and a half years.
Northamptonshire Police have released a terrifying video of an officer being attacked by a man with a knife.Read the full story ›
A man from Northampton has admitted climbing on to the roof of Parliament and causing £5,500 of damage in an eight-hour police stand-off.Read the full story ›
One lane closed due to broken down lorry and recovery work on M1 Southbound before J16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).
Two men became trapped in their car following a collision with a lorry on the Warwickshire and Northamptonshire border earlier today.
West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to the scene at 5.40am.
When crews arrived they found two men, the driver and passenger of the car trapped in the wreckage.
Ambulance staff assessed both men and found the passenger had sustained suspected serious injuries to his leg and pelvis whilst the driver escaped with less serious injuries.
"Whilst fire colleagues worked to release the two men, ambulance staff and the doctor continued treatment. The passenger was given pain relief before he was extricated from the car and immobilised with a neck collar, spinal board and pelvic splint.
"The man was then taken to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, a major trauma centre, for further treatment. The doctor travelled in the back of the ambulance to continue treatment en route. The driver, who had sustained a collarbone injury, was also immobilised and taken to the same hospital for further treatment.”