Barr Beacon School in Aldridge has cracked down on trainers, short skirts and low-slung trousers.Read the full story ›
A rare eel has been discovered in a waterway in West Bromwich - after swimming 3,500 miles from Bermuda.Read the full story ›
More than 100 live rifle rounds were found in a weapon surrender bin in Wolverhampton.Read the full story ›
A man has today been charged in connection with the death of a teenager from Sandwell, who was killed in a road collision last year.
Adam Jones from Wednesbury died when he was hit by a blue Volkswagen Bora as he crossed the junction of Beacon View Road and Walsall Road in West Bromwich with his bike.
25-year-old Tyrone Sadler was charged with causing death by driving a vehicle while unlicensed and causing a death by driving uninsured after he answered his bail in connection with the collision in March 2015.
Out of 151 local authorities, Sandwell, Walsall and Wolverhampton are among the worst 25 in England for GCSE attainment.Read the full story ›
The antique vase, which was unearthed at a home in the Black Country, has been described by auctioneers as 'the find of a lifetime.'Read the full story ›
Police are becoming increasingly concerned for the welfare of a man reported missing after checking out of a Black Country hotel.
Engineer Martin Cadman, 33, was last seen yesterday morning at around 5.50am when he left the Travelodge in Wolverhampton Road in Oldbury, where he was staying for work.
He has not been in contact with his family or work colleagues since then and they are worried for his safety.
Martin, from Tunbridge Wells, is around 5ft 7ins tall, of slim build, with short curly black hair and brown eyes. He was last seen wearing dark blue denim jeans, tan brown boots, a blue t-shirt, blue hoody with the words ‘trill’ on it.
We are really concerned about Mr Cadman, we urgently need to trace him to make sure he is ok.
We would ask anyone who has seen him or knows where he is to get in touch as soon as possible.
Anyone with information should call Sandwell Police on 101 or call the Missing People charity on 116 000.
A shopkeeper in Wolverhampton beat off an armed robber at his convenience store with a set of step ladders.Read the full story ›
A teenager who attacked a 65-year-old man on his own doorstep in a botched car robbery has been sentenced to an indefinite hospital order.Read the full story ›
People living in a quiet residential street in the Black Country say their lives are being ruined by buses.
They say up to thirty an hour pass their doors, but the road is too narrow to cope.
Both double and single-deckers end up reversing onto pavements because they can't get past each other, so residents have submitted video evidence to try to get services re-routed.
Our reporter Wesley Smith saw the problem for himself.