Sussex Police are renewing their appeal for help to find a missing woman - Sandra Hall from Bognor Regis.
Parts of West Sussex are under water as the impact of heavy rain in the region is felt for a second day.
Detectives have released CCTV of a man they want to identify after a sexual assault on a train.
A woman has been charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm after allegedly biting a part of her victims nose off.
The incident happened at Butlins in Bognor Regis on Sunday. Tina Love, 27, has been charged and bailed to appear at Worthing Magistrates' Court on 27th August.
The 47-year-old victim was taken to St Richards hospital in Chichester where efforts were made to replace the piece of her nose.
Fire crews are tackling a blaze in Bognor Regis.
Six fire engines are attending the fire at a commercial garage in Chalcraft Lane.
The garage is in a residential area and there are concerns because it's believed there are gas cylinders involved.
Some people may be evacuated from their homes.
The owner of an Only Fools and Horses van has accused Sussex Police of having a "sense of humour failure" after he was pulled over because he had an inflatable doll in the back.
The funeral of a Sussex kickboxer who died in a motorbike accident in Thailand will take place in Brighton later. Paul Ansell's family had to to raise thousand of pounds - in a matter of days - to bring his body home, because he didn't have the right medical insurance.
The family of a Sussex kickboxer killed while riding a motorbike in Thailand say they have now raised the money needed to fly his body home.
Paul Ancell, 30, was training in the country when he was killed, leaving behind his four-year-old daughter.
His sister Cara Townsend told ITV Meridian how important it was that family members took out insurance before they travel.
Family and friends needed to raise more than £4,000 to bring his body home as he had no insurance.
Here's a link to Foreign Office advice on travel insurance when going abroad.
The family of a Sussex kickboxer have made an urgent appeal for help to bring back his body after he died in a motorbike accident in Thailand.
Paul Ancell, 30, was training in the country when he was killed, leaving behind his four-year-old daughter. Family and friends need to raise £4,500 to bring him home as he had no travel insurance.
You can visit their appeal here.