The A57 in Worksop, North Nottinghamshire, has been closed following a serious collision involving a number of vehicles.
Police say six people are believed to have been hurt in the collision at 12.55pm today, although the extent of their injuries is not yet known.
An air ambulance has attended.
The closure, between the junctions with the A60 and Claylands Avenue, is expected to remain in place for some time, so drivers are advised to seek alternative routes.
Anyone who witnessed the collision, or has dash-cam footage, is urged to call us on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111, quoting incident number 408 of 28 May 2018.
The Environment Agency says it is doing all it can to tackle illegal fishing in our region, despite anglers' claims that gangs are catching fish to sell on.
In the last 12 months in Yorkshire there were more than 300 successful prosecutions of those who did not have a licence - generating more than £75,000 in fines. The Agency said it had a 188 reports of illegal activity.
Hannah Gamlin has been to assess the situation in North Nottinghamshire - an area where the number of people caught fishing illegally has doubled in the last year.
An investigation is underway after a fire broke out at a school in Nottinghamshire on Wednesday night.
Around 40 people were inside Langold Dyscarr community school when the blaze began. Firefighters tackled the fire and the building was safely evacuated.
In a statement, the school's headteacher said:
A school near Worksop is closed this morning after more than 40 firefighters put out a fire there last night
40 forty people were inside Langold Dyscarr community school when the blaze began. It was safely evacuated.
More than 40 firefighters are dealing with a blaze at a school near Worksop.
Eight crews and supporting vehicles and officers are at the school on School Road, Langold, tackling the blaze.
A father from North Nottinghamshire, who has a degenerative condition that could affect his speech, is recording his voice so he will still be able to talk to his family.
Andrew Dodsworth, who is 45, has been living with motor neurone disease for eight months. He is hoping that by "banking" his voice he will be able to keep some of his identity. Peter Bearne has been talking to him at his home near Mansfield.