Two officers have been hospitalised after a suspected drink driver ploughed into a police car in Dudley in the early hours of this morning.
Staff at Dudley Zoo have today taken delivery of their latest arrival, a 20-month-old tiger from Germany.
A king has been crowned today at Dudley castle after hospital staff made a schoolboy's dream come true
Two stray horses are blocking the road in High Street, Pensnett, in Dudley this morning.
Good morning. First calls of the early shift, 2 horses are blocking the road on High Street, Pensnett, Dudley.
Northampton has been named in the top three cities where people are most likely to have their mobile phone stolen, according to Protect Your Bubble.
Dudley in the West Midlands was found to be the safest place for mobile phone owners with less than 5% of the claims the insurance company received being for theft.
People in their early 20s are said to be the most likely victims of mobile phone theft.
There are more than a quarter of a million reported cases of stolen mobile phones every year according to the National Mobile Phone Crime Unit.
Stephen Ebbett, director of Protect Your Bubble, said: "Everyday we cart around hundreds, or even thousands of pounds' worth of high-tech gear, such as smartphones, tablets, cameras and e-readers. This makes many of us prime targets for thieves."
An officer from West Midlands Police has tweeted a picture of the wreckage of a police car after a suspected drink driver ploughed into it last night in Dudley.
Two officers had to be taken to hospital after the smash at the junction of Smithy Lane and Tansey Green Road in the early hours of this morning.
Burglars beware - everyday tools are being fitted with specialised tracking systems to help police catch crooks who target garden sheds.
Lawnmowers, hedge trimmers and power cleaners are being fitted with the trackers by police in Dudley, as part of a 'capture shed' scheme to help reunite victims with their stolen goods.
The kit uses tiny CCTV cameras and satellite information to track the items which have been stolen, and can be fitted inside sheds, garages and other outbuildings.
The 'capture sheds' will be set up in areas where there have been a spate of burglaries reported in the past - as burglars often return to people they have targeted before, knowing they will have replaced their goods.
Officers will unveil the technology at en event at the Ryemarket in Stourbridge today.
A 15-year old boy has been taken to Birmingham Children's Hospital with burns to his arm.
It comes after the British Transport Police were called to the railway line near Coseley station in Dudley after reports of an incident earlier this morning involving the overhead power lines.
Just in - Boy, 15, injured in explosion after dangling item on to railway line in #Dudley. Details soon.
The Express and Star is reporting that a boy has been injured in an explosion in Dudley.
More to follow.
Police have seized more than 1,000 cannabis plants in Dudley following a local tip off.
The Canal Side Unit in Meeting Lane in Brierley Hill is being examined by officers.
Nobody was at the unit and police are trying to trace those responsible for the drugs.
Police are investigating after what is believed to be human remains were found in Dudley.
We are investigating after workers carrying out road works near the church on Castle St discovered what they believe to be human remains