A man who admitted forcing another man from Kidderminster to work unpaid for 13 years has been jailed today.
Notts County manager Shaun Derry says his side is a "world apart" from where they were last year.
The Magpies have not lost a game since August.
This weekend they face Scunthorpe who are bottom of the league.
As James Clark reports, the man in charge has revealed something a little different.
A man who knocked down a clubber and left him to die has been jailed for five years.
Fahid Saber, from Bromford Lane in Birmingham, was handed the five year sentence for causing death by dangerous driving after pleading guilty last month.
Birmingham Crown Court heard that Saber was speeding through the city before the crash in Broad Street in the early hours of December 15. The collision left 22-year-old Joseph O’Reilly fatally wounded.
Although Saber's car was badly damaged, the 21-year-old sped away from the scene.
He was arrested later that morning after officers tracked him to a house in Foxwell Road, Bordesley.
During sentencing today, Saber was handed an extra nine-month sentence for dangerous driving, which will run concurrently.
There has been a lot of speculation floating about since Birmingham City sacked their manager Lee Clark.
Who will be chosen to take over, and will they be able to work their magic and pull the Blues away from the relegation zone?
James Clark reports.
Slow traffic due to earlier accident on M6 Northbound between J6 A38(M) Aston Expressway / A5127 Gravelly Hill / A38 Tyburn Road / Slade Road Spaghetti Junction and J7 A34 (Great Barr), congestion on M6 to J4a M42. All lanes have been re-opened.
Police in Birmingham are urgently searching for a dementia sufferer who has gone missing.
Samuel McEwan left St Anne’s Community Centre in Bradford Street, Digbeth at around 7pm last night.
Officers believe the 69-year-old from Warwards Lane, Selly Oak could be travelling on the bus network as he has a bus pass.
Mr McEwan is described as a heavily built Irish man, 6 feet 1 inches tall with receding grey hair, clean shaven, blue eyes and a ruddy complexion and glasses.
He was wearing a beige bomber jacket with a Welsh and Irish flag over a white checked shirt and black cord trousers.
Police are appealing for the public's help after a Military Cross medal was stolen from Leicester Cathedral.
The theft happened between July 1 and September 20 this year.
The medal was was displayed on a brass plaque on the south outer wall of the Cathedral. It was awarded to Lt Alfred Ernest Chambers, posthumously, for his actions in combat on the Western Front on October 29, 1918.
Gwent Police have paid tribute to the '"remarkable courage and resilience" of Darrell Simester as Dan Doran Jnr was jailed for four-and-a-half years.