Long delays remain around the A27 in Lancing after the road was closed following a serious accident.
A pedestrian suffered critical injuries after being hit by a car on the eastbound carriageway.
It happened 500m east of the Lancing Manor roundabout and led to the A27 being closed to eastbound traffic between the roundabout and the A283 Steyning interchange.
Motorists have been being diverted via the A2025 Grinstead Lane to join the A259 Brighton Road at South Lancing, crossing the River Adur before returning to the A27 via the A283 Old Shoreham Road/Steyning Road.
It has led to heavy congestion, with some drivers saying it's added three or four hours to their journey time
Latest reports suggest there are now half-hour delays for motorists as police continue their investigations.
The Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance flew to the scene following the incident just after 6am this morning. The condition of the pedestrian has not been released. There are no reports of any arrest.
A cafe worker has been telling of the terrifying moment he was threatened by a man with a gun.
Police in Sussex say it's one of a spate of robberies in the Worthing and Lancing area - most at gunpoint - which they think are linked.
Two took place in Orme Rd. One in George 5th Avenue - And another in Seadown Parade in Sompting.
The 5th was in Rowlands Rd, and a 6th in Railway Approach. A further attack happened on The Broadway - with another on Heene Rd.
The final two were at North Rd - and Uncle Sam's in Crabtree Lane - where the cafe worker feared for his life. Charlotte Wilkins has been speaking to Grant Almond and DI Alan Pack from Sussex Police.
This has to be one of the most heroic and inspiring football matches in history.
This afternoon 36 amateur players completed the world's longest game ever - 108 hours of goals, saves, shots and tackles, and a lot more blisters besides. The final score 872 - 1,009.
The match was staged in memory of three Sussex players including Jacob Schilt and Matt Grimstone, killed in the Shoreham aircrash.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to organiser Michael Standing, captains Paul Grimstone and Jordan Lucas, and players Kevin Widdows and James Fernandes.
A Lancing man who was driving a van which left the road and crashed into a tree, killing one of the passengers, has been jailed for six years.
32-year-old Michael Everson, who's unemployed, and of Gravelly Crescent, was sentenced after appearing at Chichester Crown Court on Tuesday.
Everson was banned from driving for six years.
Everson had been at the wheel of a red Vauxhall Movano van shortly before 1am on Saturday, June 13, last year when it left the road in Offington Avenue in Salvington, Worthing, and struck a tree near its junction with Offington Drive.
Passenger Samuel Frost died at the scene.
Everson fled the scene on foot but was traced and arrested.
Work is underway to lay the foundations of the south coast's first offshore wind farm.
The Rampion array will have 116 turbines, each 140 metres tall.
The wind farm is being built 13 kilometres out, between Brighton and Lancing.
It's due to begin generating electricity in two years time.
ITV Meridian spoke to E.ON Development Manager, Chris Tomlinson.
A body found trapped in the rock groynes at Beach Green in Lancing is believed to be a missing pensioner from Sussex.
Although the body has not been formally identified, police believe it's missing Sompting woman Jill Barnes.
Jill was last seen at her home in Western Road on Monday night. An extensive search of the area was carried out by police, the police helicopter, coastguard, the fire brigade and search volunteers.
Due to the high tide and its position, emergency services were unable to remove Jill's body when it was found yesterday morning but they worked in difficult weather conditions at low tide to recover her.
Police are not treating her death as suspicious and the coroner's officer is dealing with it.
A body has been found trapped in the rock groynes at Beach Green in Lancing.
Police say due to the high tide and its position, emergency services have been unable to remove it.
The body has been secured and emergency services will attempt to recover it this afternoon.
The body has not been identified. However police are not treating it as suspicious.
The coroner's officer has been notified.
Police are searching for a15-year-old girl has gone missing from St Leonards-on-Sea.
Jadine Hobden was last seen at Lancing Railway Station on Wednesday evening.
She's described as white and five foot tall, with long brown hair and blue eyes.
When she disappeaed she was wearing a light blue Adidas jumper with black leggings and blue Nike trainers.