A father from Erdington was battered with a crowbar as he tried to protect his family from robbers.
West Midlands Police are hunting two carjackers who stole a car with two young children inside, before dumping them on a road in Birmingham.
After a massive fire five years ago, St. Barnabas church in Erdington is reopening today with a special rededication service.
West Midlands Ambulance service have confirmed a woman has died and a man has been seriously injured in a crash in Birmingham.
Six people were involved in the collision at 1.20am on Gravelly Hill in Erdington. A car and van had crashed close to the A38 Aston Expressway.
Police say the driver of the car has been arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
A charity is warning that cystic fibrosis sufferers could die before they receive a lung transplant which could save their lives.
The genetic diseases causes the lungs and digestive system to clog up with mucus and for some, their only option of survival is to have a transplant.
But statistics revealed today show that one in three die waiting.
Mark Westworth from Erdington, north Birmingham, is waiting for a transplant and says without one, he'll die.
Two men have been arrested following a shooting in Erdington this afternoon. Police found out about the incident after a man arrived at a hospital in Birmingham with a gunshot wound to his hand.
Two men aged 25 and 31, both from the Kingstanding area, were arrested at an address on Warren Farm Road on suspicion of attempted murder. Both remain in police custody.
A 50-year-old man will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court this morning charged with attempted murder after a police officer was struck by a car that he was trying to stop in Erdington on Friday.
The man, who was arrested in Aston later that evening, is also charged with dangerous driving, burglary and assaulting the arresting police officers.
The 44-year-old police officer who was injured during the incident in Oval Road, suffered multiple fractures and remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
A police officer who suffered serious pelvic, leg and shoulder injuries when he was knocked down by a car in Erdington is waiting for surgery.
The officer, aged 44, is in a stable condition after being struck while searching for a burglary suspect.
A 50-year-old man arrested nearby on suspicion of attempted murder is in custody.
A police officer was seriously injured after being hit by a car he was trying to stop in Erdington, Birmingham.
A 50-year-old man was arrested within hours of the collision last night, and is in police custody on suspicion of attempted murder.
The officer suffered pelvic, leg and shoulder injuries following the incident in Oval Road and remains in a serious but stable condition in hospital.
West Midlands Police have released more information after a police officer was struck by a car he tried to stop as he searched for a burglary suspect.
Officers were called to reports of an intruder in a shed in the Erdington area of Birmingham shortly before 3pm yesterday.
They searched the area and a short time later a man matching the description of the suspect was spotted in a car.
The 44-year-old officer, who has served with the force for 11 years and is from Sutton Coldfield police station, was struck by the blue Honda estate as he attempted to stop the vehicle.
He was left with a suspected fractured pelvis and leg and shoulder injuries. The officer remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition, a force spokesman said.
Detectives are continuing to question the arrested man.
Many thanks for all your kind wishes regarding our injured officer, he remains in hospital in a serious but stable condition
A man was arrested this evening in Aston following a short foot chase by officers investigating the incident - enquiries are ongoing