Residents in Kings Heath say they predicted an accident yesterday which left an elderly pedestrian critically injured.Read the full story ›
An elderly woman is in a critical condition in hospital after reports of a lorry hitting a pedestrian on Kings Heath high street.Read the full story ›
An elderly woman is in hospital with serious injuries after reports of a lorry hitting a pedestrian on Kings Heath high street.Read the full story ›
There is an ongoing police incident on Kings Heath High Street in Birmingham.
The are police helicopters and the street has been cordoned off. It is unclear what has happened.
We will bring you more as soon as we get it.
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West Midlands Fire Service have confirmed an elderly man who was rescued from an accidental house fire this morning has died.
This is the first picture of a dad killed in a bike crash, almost 17 years after his two brothers died in another road tragedy.Read the full story ›
A Birmingham paedophile who groomed a teenage girl he met in an online chat room and then had sex with her, has been jailed for three years.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for information after a young boy was robbed at knifepoint by men who followed him off a bus in Kings Heath.
The 12-year-old got off the number 50 bus in Alcester Road at around 3.30pm on Friday 4 December.
CCTV from the top deck shows two men − one wearing a baseball cap and the other a black puffer jacket − leaving at the same time.
It’s understood the pair followed the boy to Trafalgar Road where they threatened him with a knife and stole his mobile phone.
Police released the CCTV images today.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable David Feenan at Stetchford police station on 101.
A church congregation in Birmingham have knitted their entire Christmas tree this year.Read the full story ›
All Saints Church in Kings Heath, Birmingham, has much community involvement, especially this year.Read the full story ›