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A 23-yr-old man has been arrested in connection with the appeal to trace a man wanted for questioning about the stabbing in Fegg Hayes
Thanks for your support in tracing a man wanted for questioning about the incident in Fegg Hayes on Sunday - he has been arrested.
West Midlands Police have confirmed they are searching for a man who was seen in difficulty in a lake at the Walsall Arboretum.
Searches by emergency services are underway tonight in #walsall arboretum after a man was seen in difficulty in the lake this evening.
A boy has been arrested in connection with the stabbing of a man in Erdington.
A 24 year-old man was stabbed on Slade Road last night at around 10.50pm. He remains in a critical condition in hospital.
The 15 year-old is currently being questioned by police on suspicion of wounding.
A mysterious "black ring" in the sky could have been caused by fire effects being test by Warwick Castle.
Teenager Georgina Heap snapped the ring on her mobile phone after spotting it above Leamington Spa on Friday night.
A Warwick Castle spokesperson said:
"As part of our 1,100th anniversary celebrations this year, we've been testing a number of fire effects to enhance our daily Trebuchet Fireball Spectacular show – the world’s largest firing catapult.
"We’ve seen a number of different effects including the vortex images that have been reported. As yet we don't know what causes the phenomenon but it's certainly a spooky spectacle.”
Derby's Assembly Rooms could be demolished and rebuilt from scratch as councillors look at options for its future.
It's been announced the venue will remain closed for at least 18 months after a major fire broke out in March, destroying facilities which provide all the building's heating, water and power.
Local people and businesses are concerned about the impact on the city.
Shabana Mahood Labour MP for Ladywood says that the Government's appointment of the former anti terrorism chief Peter Clarke to investigate allegations that Muslim extremists are trying to take control of some schools in Birmingham is a very provocative move.
Aston Villa's Shay Given and Gordon Cowans have today taken part in their first training session as assistant managers - following the suspension of Ian Culverhouse and Gary Karsa.
ITV News Central understands the players have "enjoyed training today more than they have done in several months."
The club have yet to disclose why assistant manager, Culverhouse, and head of football operations, Karsa, have been suspended.