Six people from the Midlands died in the disaster.Read the full story ›
Police investigating the Hillsborough disaster have released CCTV footage of 19 people they want to talk to.
The images show potential witnesses at the Leppings Lane end of the football ground in Sheffield. The 1989 tragedy led to the deaths of 96 Liverpool fans.
Detectives leading a criminal investigation into the disaster want to speak to 19 people seen on CCTV at the stadium that day.Read the full story ›
The legal team representing the Justice for the 21 campaign says it will be a stain on the Government if families of the Birmingham Pub Bombing victims aren't given legal aid in the upcoming inquests.
Last month a coroner ruled there would be new inquests for victims of the 1974 bombings, but with the first hearings due in October, time is running out to pay for lawyers.
Today Hillsborough campaigner Louise Brookes met Pub Bombings campaigner Julie Hambleton in a show of solidarity. Chris Halpin reports.
Paul Grange said he was deeply ashamed of his actions and had deservedly lost his job, friends and relationship contacts over the incident.Read the full story ›
Nineteen people have refused to assist with an independent probe into West Midlands Police's role after the Hillsborough disaster.Read the full story ›
The sister of Hillsborough victim Andrew Brookes from Bromsgrove has received his revised death certificate.Read the full story ›
The city will also award the honour posthumously to the 96 people who died at Sheffield Wednesday's ground on 15 April 1989.Read the full story ›
A survivor of the Hillsborough disaster has accused West Midlands Police of unforgivable behaviour over the way they investigated the tragedy.
The force was called in after the disaster to look into how officers from South Yorkshire Police handled events on the day.
Nick Braley - who lived for a number of years in Staffordshire - came forward as a witness to help establish what had actually happened at the ground.
He says he was wrongly accused of being a political agitator who was anti-police as Keith Wilkinson reports.
West Midlands Police issued a full statement in light of the findings.
"Our thoughts remain with the family and friends of loved ones who died in the Hillsborough tragedy. West Midlands Police co-operated fully with the inquest and welcomed the transparency it brought. We sincerely hope it finally brings closure for the families affected by that terrible day."
The Hillsborough inquest jury must answer 14 questions about the disaster, including whether the 96 people who died were unlawfully killed.Read the full story ›