Residents are being warned that disruption could continue all day and into tomorrow as forecasters upgrade their weather warnings.
Power and transport operators say they are preparing for disruption from predicted high winds tomorrow.
Hospital managers are being urged to make sure they prepare a strong case to benefit if a key government election pledge is delivered.
Help is at hand if you have trouble getting around King's Lynn, a charity says.
A two-vehicle crash caused long queues on a busy route into Lynn this morning.
Officials say there could be disruption to train services on Sunday and Monday because of forecast high winds.
Officials say they are concerned about the issue, but health regulators have not intervened in relation to it.
MPs say they have asked for a breakdown of the costs of a major improvement to West Norfolk's rail link - but still haven't had an answer.
A charity group has delivered a new shed to a school in a move which it is hoped will deter vandalism.
Dozens of clients supported by two Lynn homeless charities have enjoyed a special lunch organised by a catering company's boss.
Police need your help following raids on three commercial properties in the centre of Downham.
A plan to change the rules by which a West Norfolk town's civic leaders are chosen has been rejected by councillors who claimed it was 'unnecessary.'
West Norfolk Council was 'naive' in its handling of the development and operation of a Lynn business hub, a cross-party report says.
Representatives have voiced frustration at what they claim is a lack of interest in Downham's needs, though the town's mayor says that is changing.
A new facility which aims to protect thousands of people and large areas of farmland from flooding has been given the royal seal of approval today.
People living in rural parts of West Norfolk are being warned to be vigilant following a string of raids in recent weeks.
A former High Sheriff and an ex-MP have joined one of the best known faces in British sports broadcasting in taking up a leading county role.
Councillors have been warned that something must be done to make the building a more attractive venue.
An initial hearing into the death of a man on the main route around Lynn will take place today.
Town councillors have voted to oppose plans for new McDonald's and Starbucks outlets on the edge of Downham.