A motorcyclist was thrown 30 metres down the road in a car crash in Birmingham today.Read the full story ›
We are expecting a warm weekend with sunny spells. But the jet stream moving south signals a change for the start of next week.Read the full story ›
The three were arrested after a multimillion-pound haul of cocaine and heroin was allegedly smuggled into an ambulance seized in BirminghamRead the full story ›
The city will be full of laughter this weekend as the annual comedy festival returns for another year.
Chris Ramsey, Frankie Boyle, Lee Nelson, Rob Beckett, Tom Stade, Henning Wehn and US musical comedy superstar 'Weird Al' Yankovic are just some of the comedians you can see at the 8-day festival.
See more at Birmingham Comedy Festival
There'll be over 100 performers appearing at 20 venues across the city in a line-up that mixes multi-award winning international comedians with fast-rising names and the best acts from across the region.
We've also got classic Laurel and Hardy films, science inspired theatre, magic, cabaret and burlesque, music, sketches, podcasting, improv', and an exhibition.
A man has been jailed for falsely claiming he had been kidnapped and asking his partner to pay a ransom demand, so he could buy drugs.Read the full story ›
An Islamic manuscript which has been identified as one of the world's oldest fragments of the Qu'ran has gone on public viewRead the full story ›
The boyfriend of one of the two British women who drowned in rough seas while on holiday in the Costa Brava has paid tribute to her.Read the full story ›
It has been a beautiful start to the month with above average temperature, but how long will the warm and settled weather be here for?Read the full story ›
The Foreign Office has confirmed the death of two British women in the Spanish resort of Lloret De Mar.
The women, aged 33 and 36, went missing after going for a late-night swim. Two bodies were recovered from the water two miles from Lloret De Mar at 12pm local time.
ITV News understands the women were from Birmingham.
We can confirm the death of two British nationals who had been reported missing in Lloret de Mar on October 1. We are providing support to the families and those who were travelling with the individuals at this difficult time.
– FOREIGN OFFICE SPOKESMAN
A 120-year-old ban on alcohol in the 'dry village' of Bournville remains in place, trustees insist, despite a new off-licence opening nearbyRead the full story ›