The driver suffered head injuries and his windscreen was smashed.Read the full story ›
Ram raiders have attacked a shop near Cambridge.
Three men used a four wheel drive vehicle to smash in the front of the Co-op in Great Shelford High Street just before midnight on Sunday 23 September.
The men got away with the shop's cash machine. The police are appealing for witnesses.
An 83-year-old child sex "predator" has been jailed for 25 years after a top judge ruled the 18-year sentence he was originally handed was far too soft.
Child rapist Sazzad Miah, from Cambridge, was convicted of a raft of sex offences against children, including four specimen counts of rape.
Miah was jailed for 18 years, with a one-year extended licence period, at Peterborough Crown Court in June.
But Solicitor General Robert Buckland QC deemed that sentence "unduly lenient" and referred the case to London's Appeal Court.
Lady Justice Rafferty today agreed with him, and increased his prison sentence to 25 years.
The annual Open Cambridge event has once again given visitors the chance to see parts of the city that aren't normally open to the public.
Cambridge University's new Eddington development on the edge of the city was one of the sites involved as part of the Heritage Open Days scheme.
Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Stuart Leithes.
Madingley Hall isn't normally open to the public. But later this month it will be - as part of an Open Cambridge EventRead the full story ›
A man who stabbed two people at a pub after losing a game of pool has been jailed for a minimum of 26 years.Read the full story ›
Highways England have announced they plan to turn a stretch of A14 in Cambridgeshire into a motorway.Read the full story ›
Filming has been taking place in and around Cambridge for the next series of Grantchester.
It is the first to feature actor Tom Brittney as the Reverend Will Davenport, who will replace James Norton's crime-fighting vicar Sidney Chambers.
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Robson Green says he always looks forward to coming to the region.
He said: "We call it our happy place, especially on a day like this, and especially on a summer like we've had this year."
- Video report by ITV News Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura
Cambridge has been officially named as the cycling capital of the UK.
According to new government stats, more than half of the population in the city cycle at-least once a week.
Today, the charity CamCycle launched the Festival of Cycling, to encourage even more people in the city to join the bike revolution.
New government statistics prove Cambridge is England's cycling capital with over half of people in the city cycling once a week.Read the full story ›