The funeral for a two-year-old boy from Kidderminster who lost his battle with leukaemia will take place this afternoon.
A minute's applause was held before the Kidderminster Harriers' match today in memory of Charlie Harris-Beard who died yesterday.
The 'Jubilee Time Capsule', run by the Royal Commonwealth Society, is collecting online memories of the Queen, for the Diamond Jubilee.
A Kidderminster Harriers fan has been stabbed twice and another injured in an attack in Luton.
Both were taken to The Luton and Dunstable Hospital after they were attacked on a coach returning from yesterday's match with Luton Town.
Four men have been arrested.
The family of man who died while being treated by a German medic have welcomed new rules ensuring foreign doctors speak adequate English.
David Gray from Cambridgeshire died in 2008 after German doctor Daniel Ubani administered 10 times the normal dose of diamorphine.
His son Stuart from Kidderminster says language tests for foreign doctors will help, but more could be done.
New legislation comes into force today.
The two men were on one of five bus loads of supporters who had travelled to support Kidderminster Harriers against Luton Town FC.
Police said that as the coaches queued in traffic about a mile from the Kenilworth Road ground an argument broke out between "local residents" and supporters.
Four local men have been arrested and police are investigating the violence which broke out in Dunstable Street near the Mansfield Road junction.
Two Kidderminster Harriers fans are in hospital after their coach home from the Luton Town match was attacked. One of the men was stabbed twice but their injuries are not thought to be life-threatening. Four men have been arrested.
Three people have been arrested after more than £4,000 worth of mobile phones were stolen from a shop in Kidderminster.
It happened at the O2 store in the High Street between 5pm and 5:20pm yesterday (March 20).
Three men went into the shop and began tearing phones from off the displays, aggressively warning staff to keep away. They left on foot carrying 16 phones worth £4,285, including Blackberries and various Samsung Galaxy models,
A vehicle was stopped by police on the A456 at Hagley shortly afterwards and three men in their early 20s from the Middlesex area were arrested on suspicion of robbery and theft.
The results of a port-mortem examination are expected today after a six-year-old girl died from falling into a canal in Kidderminster on Tuesday night.
Imie Harrison was with her twin brother and two friends when two of them fell in. Police confirmed Imie was in cardiac arrest when she was pulled from the water.
She has been described by her school as a 'much loved and talented girl.'
Imie's headteacher at St John's CE Primary School Lawrence Gittins has paid tribute to a "much loved and talented girl."
– Lawrence Gittins, headteacher at St John's CE Primary School
Our whole school community is deeply saddened and shocked at the tragic death last night of one of our pupils, Imie Harrison.
She was a much loved and talented girl and we will miss her very much.
At this time our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends of Imie and all of the pupils and staff who knew her at school.
Our focus now is to help the family, friends and our whole community through this difficult time.
We would appreciate you respecting our privacy to give us the space to enable us to do this.
Imie Harrison, 6, fell into a canal yesterday afternoon at Wolverley Court Lock in Kidderminster.
Two children, a boy and a girl, managed to get themselves out of the water and are expected to make a full recovery.
Supt Kevin Purcell, of West Mercia Police has said four children were playing near the lock, but two fell in and another then went to try and get them out, while the fourth ran home to raise the alarm.
This video shows the canal where three children entered the water. Police say they are 'working hard to establish exactly how Imie came to be in the water'.
Supt Purcell said West Mercia Police would be working with the council to support children from Imie Harrison's school in Kidderminster, after the six-year-old died following a fall into a canal on Tuesday.
West Mercia Police say a member of the public helped officers to rescue a six-year-old girl from a canal in Kidderminster who fell in with two other children.
The young girl who was named earlier as Imie Harrison died shortly after being taken to Birmingham Children's Hospital.
The two other children managed to escape the water and are expected to make a full recovery after being treated for hypothermia, but it is believed Imie was in the canal 'for sometime'.
Imie's twin brother was playing with the three children by the lock and ran to raise the alarm when the children fell in.