There were no big surprises at Bassetlaw District Council as Labour retained control, gaining one seat from the Conservatives.
One independent candidate stood and retained their seat.
Labour has retained control of Redditch Borough Council, gaining two seats from the Tories.
UKIP also gained two councillors - from a previous position of zero - adding to the Conservatives' woes as they lost four.
The Conservatives have retained overall control of Rugby Borough Council, with little movement among the parties.
The Tories lost two seats, while the Lib Dems and independents gained one.
Wyre Forest District Council is still under no overall control after the local elections.
The Tories remain the biggest party, despite losing three councillors, while Labour gained one seat to retain its position as the main opposition.
The Independent Community and Health Concern party lost two seats, while UKIP went from having zero to having five.
UKIP has become the biggest opposition party at Cannock Chase Council, after a councillor left the Conservatives to become an Independent.
The Tories had six seats in today's results, as did UKIP. But a statement on Cannock Chase Council's website said that Cllr Jodie Jones has become an independent, thereby reducing the number of Tory councillors to five.
Ms Jones' seat in Rawnsley was not in contention last night, but her move now means the make-up of the council has been revised to: Labour - 25 Councillors, UKIP - 6 Councillors, Conservatives - 5 Councillors, Liberal Democrats - 3 Councillors, Independent - 2 Councillors.
Labour have held onto control of Wolverhampton City Council, gaining two seats. In contrast the Conservatives lost two seats, and there was no change for the Liberal Democrats or UKIP.
The make-up of the council is now as follows: Lab 45, Con 12, Lib Dem 2, UKIP 1.
Labour have retained control of Nuneaton & Bedworth Borough Council, gaining five seats overnight.
There was disappointment for the Tories, who lost four councillors, but the Green Party gained one seat.
The make up of the council is now as follows: Lab 28, Con 3, Green 2, Ind 1
Great news from Amber Valley. Now Labour-run after for the first time in 14 years. Congratulations to the whole team there
Councillor John Edwards has tweeted his welcome to Councillor Jackie Taylor, the first black female to be elected onto Sandwell Council.
She held the greets Green and Lyng Ward for the Labour party, with a landslide majority of 1749 votes, beating her UKIP rival more than 2 votes to 1, with Jackie Nock enticing 833 crosses on ballot papers.