This weekend will feel particularly wintry. As well a weather warning for heavy winds we also have sleet, snow and sunshine around too.Read the full story ›
The panel tackle three topics tonight including how to ensure we have enough energy in the future, while protecting the planet.
Here's a preview of things getting a little lively over a difference in opinion on renewable energy:
Watch the full programme tonight at 10:45 on ITV.
After a month of mild temperatures winter is set to arrive by the weekendRead the full story ›
In part one of Powering the Midlands, we look at how homes and businesses here are leading the way in reducing our carbon footprint.Read the full story ›
With severe gales sweeping through The Midlands find out how they are likely to impact us and how you can prepareRead the full story ›
The Met Office are warning that damaging gusts of wind tonight. Gusts of 70mph possible.Read the full story ›
The Chancellor of the Exchequer has been in Coventry today to sign off a landmark devolution deal for the West Midlands.Read the full story ›
All this week in our series Powering the Midlands we examine how the region is at the heart of the green production of energy, and the unique ways people have found to live, work and travel in a sustainable way.
The officer in charge of the first Nicola Payne police inquiry spoke exclusively to ITV News Central about its early stages since 1991.Read the full story ›
The brother of missing Nicola Payne has described how his family are devastated at the not guilty verdicts given to two men who've been cleared of her abduction and murder.
The teenage mother went missing in Coventry in 1991 while walking to her parents house.
Today, Thomas O'Reilly and Nigel Barwell were found not guilty of killing her.
Speaking on the steps of Birmingham Crown Court after the verdicts were given, Nigel Payne said:
For nearly 24 years we have lived daily in the anguish of not knowing what's happened to our beloved Nicola, and worse than that to this day not even knowing where she is.
Nigel also went on to thank West Midlands Police for their work in trying to find out what happened to his sister, and to the public for their messages of support since Nicola went missing.