Children as young as 12 are sending explicit messages of a sexual nature, police in Northamptonshire have said.Read the full story ›
Wesley Smith takes a look at just how many different ways people are sourcing power across the Midlands.Read the full story ›
A man from Staffordshire has been arrested as the third person in connection with the cyber attack on telecoms company TalkTalk.
Scotland Yard said a 20-year old man was detained at an address in Staffordshire today after officers executed a search warrant.
Police say the man is being held on suspicion of offences under the Computer Misuse Act. He remains in custody at a local police station.
A charity says it's concerned about plans by Cambridgeshire Police to speak to victims of crime through video and phone calls rather than face to face.
The cost-saving measure has been welcomed by the county's police and crime commissioner and the police federation.
But Age UK say that many older people won't be up to speed with the technology.
Click below to hear from Gloria Cuyler from Age UK
"I think for the majority of people it'll be a very new thing that they're not accustomed to and it could be another way of older people feeling disadvantaged and not able to communicate."
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An academic at De Montfort University in Leicester has warned that the future development of 'sex robots' should be banned.Read the full story ›
ITV News Central's long-serving presenter Bob Warman has his say on programme set changes - and what it means for the viewers !Read the full story ›
Seen our earlier update on our former news programme sets ? As we welcome in a new era in set design for ITV News Central, here's another trip down our memory lane.
ITV News Central correspondent Andy Bevan has been watching our new set take shape - here's his thoughts.Read the full story ›
TV Ark contributor Lee Bannister got a sneak preview of our new set for the West Midlands - here's what he thinks..
We've lost count of exactly how many makeovers we've had - but telly enthusiast website TV Ark has documented lots of our changes over the years. TV Ark contributor Lee Bannister can recall most of those - so we invited him in for a sneak preview of our latest look for our East Midlands set.