What would you have done is the question being posed by West Midlands Police after the 'rescue' outside a hospital.Read the full story ›
Derbyshire is the least contented place to live in the UK, according to national well-being figures.Read the full story ›
The happiest places in the UK - and the unhappiest - have been revealed by a new nationwide survey assessing personal well-being.Read the full story ›
This Birmingham-built 1.3i Cooper Sport is more than double the price of a current entry-level Mini Cooper.Read the full story ›
ITV is celebrating its 60th birthday today, and to celebrate, we've found a fun Midlands Memories clip from our own archive of how our news operation worked back in 1982.
Click below to hear how news was gathered at source (remember, there was no social media back then !) and finally transmitted on Central News (as it was known back then). And look out for some faces who are still broadcasting for us today !
It's a real behind-the-scenes look - and it's always fun to see how the technology has changed !
Women with Crohn's disease stripped down to their lingerie for a calendar to try to help others overcome embarrassment about stoma bags.Read the full story ›
As the Queen marks the milestone of becoming the longest-reigning monarch, we've found some Midlands Memories archive from 1962 about the police operation to ensure her visit to the West Midlands went smoothly.
In the video below, Lionel Hampden interviews a Walsall police officer about plans for the Queen's visit. The officer talks about deploying 400 officers for the Queen's visit to the Black Country and beyond, the co-operation between officers in Birmingham and Walsall, and even declares that all officers had to cancel their leave and work 12-hour days for the visit.
As the Queen makes history as the longest-reigning monarch, we've gone back in our archives to bring you footage of some of her earlier visits to the Midlands.
Click the video below to see the Queen in 1962 visiting Coventry to consecrate the new cathedral.
A man from Northampton has found internet fame after a video of him failing to climb a wall on a Tough Mudder challenge went viralRead the full story ›
We're opening up our ITV News Central archives and bringing you videos and stories from days gone by.
In the week that this season's football Transfer Deadline Day deals were done right up to the wire, we're opening our Midlands Memories series with a video featuring transfer-talk - from the 1960's !
Ten players at West Bromwich Albion ask for a block transfer from the club. Click below to see the video from 1963, featuring Simon Smith interviewing Don Howe and other players.
Click here for September 2015's latest football transfer deals.