Police are looking for help identifying a number of people accused of being pitch invaders during Nottingham Forest's match against Derby.Read the full story ›
A nurse has been suspended after failing to take action over a doctor's alleged "sub-standard" infection controls for university HIV tests.Read the full story ›
Increasingly cloudy this evening with occasional outbreaks of rain spreading from the west overnight.Read the full story ›
There have been more sightings in the skies of 'the mother of pearl' cloudsRead the full story ›
Stoke City smashed their transfer record in an otherwise quiet transfer deadline day. Here is your guide to who went where in January.Read the full story ›
Take a look at all the pictures we have received showing the skies of The Midlands lit up with this beautiful rare weather eventRead the full story ›
Doctors have warned that attempts to force a new contract on junior doctors could seriously damage relations and cause an "exodus" of trained medical staff.
The government has hinted that it could abandon talks aimed at a agreed settlement if junior doctors do not drop calls for extra pay for all work on Saturdays.
Dr Johann Malawana of the British Medical Association told ITV News Health Correspondent Rachel Younger that ministers were trying to " play politics" over the standoff.
And Dr Usman Ahmed, a trauma and orthopedic registrar from the West Midlands warned that any attempt to force a new deal on doctors without their consent could prompt a huge outflow of trained staff.
He said: "If you want to see an exodus of doctors from the NHS who would like to have some semblance of a quality of life that they can spend with their family, their friends, and look after their own health, then by all means continue pushing at this issue as they are at the moment."
People across the Midlands have reported seeing "strange lights" in the skies! Have you seen them? Send your photos to email@example.com.
Langley Mill fire trial: Peter Eyre denies being angry with Shaun Gaunt (Ruby-Grace's father) on night of fire @itvcentral
A man accused of setting a fire that killed a young mother and her baby in Derbyshire has been cross-examined by the prosecution over his account of events leading up to the fire.
17-year-old Amy Smith, her 6-month-old daughter Ruby-Grace Gaunt and Edward Green, also 17, died as a result of smoke inhalation during the fire in Langley Mill on 21st June last year.
Peter Eyre, 42, and his two sons Anthony Eyre, 22, and Simon Eyre, 24, are all from Sandiacre in Derbyshire and all deny murder. The trial continues.
Langley Mill fire trial: Peter Eyre denies wanting revenge on Shaun Gaunt & using his sons to kill him or cause serious harm @itvcentral
More than 4,500 jobs in the Midlands are under threat because of cuts to council spending, new research has revealed.Read the full story ›