Coventry City Council has pledged to inspect every building that is six floors and over, in the next two weeks.Read the full story ›
A police force says it is 'reassuring' the public that armed police will continue to patrol city streets 24/7.Read the full story ›
A father and his 19-year-old son have marked Father’s Day by sharing the cockpit of a new Boeing 737-800.Read the full story ›
Police are concerned for a missing mother and daughter from Coventry.
Coventry police tweeted a photo of Saffron and Lacey Laws today (15 June).
They are urging anyone with any information to ring 101.
Mark Nesmith was found with stab wounds at a BP garage in Coventry on Sunday.Read the full story ›
More than £5,500 has been raised for the funeral of a man who died after he was stabbed at a petrol station in Coventry.
Mark Nesmith was found with stab wounds at a BP garage in The Butts area of the city on Sunday morning.
Tyler Smith from Attoxhall Road in Coventry appeared before magistrates on Wednesday charged with Mr Nesmith's murder.
Mr Nesmith, who was affectionately known as Ness, worked as a tattoo artist at the Grizzly Art Collective and Hales Street Studio. A fundraising page has been set up by his former employers to pay for his funeral costs.
His mother Linda paid tribute to him saying: “Our darling son Mark was a fun loving caring, talented young man who will be badly missed by all that knew him, our hearts are broken."
Police have released CCTV images of a man they would like to trace after an armed robbery at a Building Society in Coventry.
The Barker Butts Lane branch of the Coventry building society in Coundon was targeted at around 10am on June 1st.
Police have now released images of a man wearing a grey cap and black jacket who they are keen to trace in connection with the raid.
A spokesman for West Midlands Police said:
“Police are appealing for information following a robbery at Coventry Building Society in Barkers Butts Lane, Radford, just before 10am on Thursday, June 1. It is believed a tall man with a grey hat and black jacket entered the bank and demanded money. Armed police officers attended after it was reported he may have had a gun, although one was not seen and no threats were made. No one was injured. Investigations are ongoing and officers have now released CCTV of the suspect."
Marshall Wheelan suffers from autism and are very concerned for his welfare.Read the full story ›
Indie rock band The Enemy have paid tribute to Mark Nesmith, who died on Monday after he was found with stab wounds in a car park.Read the full story ›