A taxi’s been ordered for the Terminator and it’ll be travelling all the way from Coventry to California.Read the full story ›
Coventry City take on Oxford United for a chance to win their first silverware in almost 30 years later today.
Thousands of fans are heading to Wembley for the final of the Checkatrade Trophy.
Kick off is at 2.30pm.
Former Coventry City manager Steven Pressley says Coventry City fans have truly earned their "day in the sun" ahead of Sunday's EFL Trophy final.
Despite the looming threat of relegation, supporters can cast the worry to the back of their minds when they take on Oxford United for a chance to win their first silverware in almost 30 years.
Pressley, who managed the club from 2013 to 2015, and enjoyed a spell as a player from 1994-95 says their support is second to none.
Charity fundraiser Haroon Mota from Coventry who's also known as "Marathon Man" is running four marathons in memory of his father.Read the full story ›
A Coventry City fan has been left devastated after waking up to four chewed up Wembley tickets just two days before the final.Read the full story ›
The last man to lead Coventry City to a major trophy, John Sillett, has some advice ahead of the EFT Trophy Final at Wembley this Sunday.Read the full story ›
Coventry City fan Charlie Burton shares his thoughts on the long wait to get to Wembley - and what it means for the fans.Read the full story ›
The TV fitness guru decided to pay a visit to the school after seeing a video they had made inspired by his keep fit routines.Read the full story ›
A woman and a man who died following a collision on the A5 near Towcester on Sunday (March 26) have been named.
60-year-old Shirley McClements, from Nether Heyford near Towcester and 51-year-old motorcyclist Steven Atkins, from Coventry, died in the incident.
Steven’s family have given the following statement:
“Steven was a skilled engineer and a lifetime motorcyclist. He will be dearly missed by his partner, all his family and his many friends and colleagues.”
Officers are appealing for witnesses.
The driving instructor who recorded the incident called it an example of 'Instant Justice' on the streets of Coventry.Read the full story ›