Heavy rain overnight. Winds becoming very strong after midnight with gales, perhaps severe gales near coasts for a time around dawn.Read the full story ›
A Norwich MP claims 20 people died after ambulances arrived late during a 12-day period of intense pressure on the emergency service.Read the full story ›
Anglia Late Edition discusses the problems the NHS is facing this winter and looks ahead to 2018 with politicians from the region.Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a Yellow Warning of Snow and Ice for East of England, which icnludes Central Bedfordshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Southend-on-Sea, Thurrock, Bedford & Luton valid from now until 11am tomorrow (17th January)
Police are appealing for information after a ram raid at a Waitrose store in Goldington Road in Bedford.Read the full story ›
A Bedford man's been jailed for 12-years for a string of burglaries carried out across Suffolk, Norfolk and Bedfordshire in 2017.
38-year old Deividas Zvironas was jailed at Luton Crown Court after previously pleading guilty to 18 offences; Nine in Suffolk, two in Norfolk and seven in Bedfordshire.
Zvironas was arrested in Bedford in November last year after he had been circulated as a wanted person.
- Zvironas was charged with the following offences in Lowestoft.
- Three thefts
- Three burglaries
- Two robberies
His offending didn't stop there with more robberies taking place in Norfolk and Bedfordshire.
- Two robberies in Great Yarmouth
- Four burglaries and one attempted burglary in Bedford and Kempston
- Assault causing grievous bodily harm and common assault in Bedfordshire
"Deividas Zvironas is a prolific criminal who travelled around three counties causing misery for numerous victims. His offending involved him deliberately targeting elderly and other vulnerable people."
Today is so-called Blue Monday - but here at ITV News Anglia we're celebrating what's making us feel happy!
We're not thinking about the miserable weather or those New Year diets - instead we want to celebrate feeling positive.
Here's some of the Anglia news team to tell you what's helping them beat the Monday blues.
The construction giant said it has "no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect".Read the full story ›
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for strong winds across the region, with gusts of 50-60 mphRead the full story ›
Police chiefs have condemned vandals who threw a metal bollard through one of their patrol cars while it attended an emergency call-out in Dunstable.
Bedfordshire Police said it was responding to an unrelated dispute on the High Street on the afternoon of Friday 12th January
No-one was in the vehicle at the time.
On a Twitter post Supt Nick Lyall described it as an "unacceptable" act of vandalism by a "dipstick".