The Tour of Britain comes to the Midlands today.
The cyclists, led by yesterday's surprise winner Eduardo Zardini start off from the Hive in Worcester at 10.45am.
The route takes them into Herefordshire and Gloucestershire before finishing 115 miles later in Bristol.
The final Supermoon of 2014 has appeared in our sky across the Midlands overnight.Read the full story ›
A video of the Harvest Supermoon has been filmed in Birmingham.
The final supermoon of 2014 has appeared in our skies overnight and it was captured on camera by onenarrowdoor.
It is described as a Supermoon because it appears bigger and brighter than usual due to its proximity to the earth.
The final supermoon of 2014 has appeared in our skies overnight.
It is described as a supermoon because it appears bigger and brighter than usual due to its proximity to the earth.
We're not expecting any rain for the rest of this week with a settled forecast well into the weekend. Find out more here....Read the full story ›
A Lincolnshire man believes he has found wartime artillery shells in his garden.
Police and members of the MOD's Explosives Ordnance Disposal team are investigating the area in Boston.
A cordon has been put in place, affecting Cotton Road, Tavener Road and Kyme Road.
Today is expected to be the busiest day on the roads for the post-summer break morning rush hour, as all schools in the region have now returned for the autumn term.
Experts say as many as one in five journeys today will be parents doing the school run - and the busiest time is set to be 8am.
Traffic levels are then expected to ease off over the coming weeks.
A new programme of support to help growing UK companies break into the online trade market will be launched in Birmingham today.
The online trading industry is expected to be worth £68 billion by 2020 - and Trade Minister Lord Ian Livingston will be at the NEC to unveil the e-Exporting Programme.
It means businesses of all sizes will be able to access specialised services to help boost their sales on a global scale.
Companies have also been invited to a round-table discussion with the UK Trade and Investment regional director Paul Noon, to discuss the challenges facing firms in the international market.
Around 30 detainees are thought to be involved in the continuing incident at Morton Hall Immigration Removal Centre near Lincoln.
Morton Hall, in the village of Swinderby, is run by the Prison Service on behalf of UK Border Agency.
It has 392 rooms spread across six residential units, and holds adult men.
A "disturbance" involving a number of detainees is "currently ongoing" at Morton Hall immigration removal centre in Lincolnshire, the Home Office says.
A statement said: "Specially trained staff have been deployed to bring the situation to a safe conclusion.
"There are no reported injuries to staff or detainees relating to this incident."