Tony Berrill topped 90mph, ran red lights and performed dangerous overtaking manoeuvres.Read the full story ›
M6 has been closed in both directions so a rescue helicopter can land.
There is stationary traffic in both directions between J3 A444 / B4113 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry) and J2 M69 / A46 (Coventry).
Police said it was a crash between a lorry and a bus just after 8am today which happened near to Coventry Airport.Read the full story ›
Nadeem Hussain admitted 3 counts of funding terrorism after he sent cash to his brother Naweed who is fighting for Islamic State in Syria.Read the full story ›
A company in Coventry has been given a $1 million grant from the South Australian Government.
RDM Group, which employs 65 people at it's HQ in the city, will use the money to perform local trials on its driverless vehicles.
Robbie Williams has come under fire after appearing to use yesterday's bus crash in Coventry to promote his new tour.Read the full story ›
Three schemes will run in Coventry between now and December 2019 and each one will support targeted groups of people in the city.Read the full story ›
Wasps' Joe Launchbury has been nominated for the Six Nations Player of the Year.
He was amongst 12 nominees shortlisted for the Player of the Championship for the 2017 RBS 6 Nations.
Voting is open until 12 noon on Tuesday 21 March.
Bus services are starting to return to normal after a crash in Coventry this morning.
Four people were injured when a bus hit a house after colliding with a car in Keresley Road just before 7am.
Services 16 & 16A have returned to their normal routes in Keresley. Service 5 remains on diversion More info is at https://t.co/h2x1GcbKYX
Service 5, in both directions, is being diverted via Brownshill Green Road and Sadler Road.
Norman Place Road (between Brownshill Green Road and Keresley Road) and Wallace Road are not being served.
Here is a round up of everything we know so far about a bus crash in Coventry this morning.Read the full story ›