Police have confirmed that Reece Hornibrook, 17, died of severe head injuries following an attack in King's Lynn.Read the full story ›
Police have arrested five people at an illegal rave after they were tipped off about the event by someone who saw it advertised on Facebook.Read the full story ›
A man who killed another man by getting him in a headlock and then tried to cover it up as a suicide has been jailed for 18 years.Read the full story ›
A Cambridgeshire charity is offering life coaching at home to people with money struggles.Read the full story ›
F-35 Lightning fighter jets from 617 Squadron at RAF Marham have flown to Cyprus for their first overseas deployment.Read the full story ›
The festival, which celebrates King's Lynn's membership of the Hanseatic League, includes a parade, live music and a regatta.Read the full story ›
An elderly woman has been injured in a road crash involving a police car.
The crash between a marked police Ford Focus and a Nissan Micra happened about 12.20pm on Sunday 5 May on the B1145 at Ashwicken near King's Lynn.
The driver of the Nissan Micra, a woman in her 70s from the local area, was taken for treatment to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital after sustaining, what appears to be, injuries to her wrist and ankle.
The road has been closed while investigations are carried out.
Detectives are investigating after a woman reported being raped in King's Lynn last night (Friday 29 March).
The woman approached officers on patrol in King's Lynn just after 11pm - she told them she had been raped in an alleyway off Norfolk Street.
A man, in his 20s, was arrested in connection with the incident and taken to King's Lynn Investigation Centre for questioning. He remains in custody and enquiries continue.
Norfolk police are keen for anyone with information to contact DC Sarah Mitchell at King's Lynn CID on101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
A Norfolk Church has been vandalised because of its frequent bell-ringing practice.Read the full story ›
They include one of England's earliest reinforced concrete buildings and a former bank on the Tuesday Market PlaceRead the full story ›