A man who flattened his car after crashing into a lamppost causing it to fall over, managed to escape with non-threatening injuries.Read the full story ›
Clive is looking for a new home, but there's one thing putting people off from taking him in...Read the full story ›
She managed to get her leg stuck on a spike.Read the full story ›
Residents have staged a protest against proposals for the planned merger of Burton Hospitals and Derby Teaching Hospitals.Read the full story ›
Officers found a man's body inside a house in Burton and his death is being treated as suspicious.Read the full story ›
The body of a man found in a shallow grave by a river 1971 is not that of missing John Henry Jones, police have confirmed.Read the full story ›
One lane of the A38 near Burton will remain closed as investigations continue into the death of a woman last night (July 6th).
The southbound carriageway reopened at 10pm last night, but the northbound carriageway remained fully closed until earlier this morning.
The incident was reported at about 8:30 yesterday and an air ambulance attended the scene between Clay Mills and Branston.
Police investigating the murder of a man in Burton-on-Trent more than 45-years-ago have created reconstructed images of what the victim may have looked like.
At 7.30pm on 27 March 1971, an off-duty special constable was out walking in the Newton Road area of Burton-on-Trent when he saw a fragment of bone, which turned out to be the skull of a man buried in a shallow grave close to the River Trent.
The man's identity remains unknown.
The man who's identity remains unknown was found in a shallow grave with his hands tied together in Burton-on-Trent more than 45-years-ago.Read the full story ›
The RSPCA is appealing for information after a 'frightened, underweight dog' was abandoned outside an animal shelter.Read the full story ›