The wetter weather means there is a more autumnal feel than we have seen recently and temperatures are set to fall too.Read the full story ›
Over the weekend a cold front will cross the Midlands introducing some cooler and fresher air behind it, expect lower temperatures.Read the full story ›
It's been the UK's warmest first half of September since available records in 1960 and the temperature is set to peak on ThursdayRead the full story ›
After being denied legal cannabis-based medicine, ITV News speaks to a man who says he's forced to turn to illegal drugs for his pain reliefRead the full story ›
Daventry police in Northamptonshire are asking the public to help them identify graffiti tags after a local landmark was vandalised.
The Newnham Windmill - a grade-two listed building on Newnham Hill - was sprayed with graffiti between September 5 and 11.
Brickwork on the 19th century building has been defaced with a number of 'tags', including the word 'Neos'.
Officers hope someone may recognise the tags and help them to identify the people responsible.
Visibility will be poor again overnight and tomorrow with mist and fog rolling in from the North Sea. However it is also warming up!Read the full story ›
We are well on the way to October but temperatures are on the rise again this week. Find out how warm will be in the East & West MidlandsRead the full story ›
Have you seen any signs of the season changing from summer to autumn? What represents autumn to you? Send in your pictures to show us.Read the full story ›
Research by the National Trust has found that 40% of people in the West Midlands feel down as the nights draw in and the days get shorter.
But Autumn colour could be the natural tonic to the winter blues. The National Trust has found that the kaleidoscope of natural colours experienced on an autumn walk makes people feel happier.
Shades of blue you find on walks by water or when the landscape is coloured by the evening’s darkening sky were found to help soothe away stress (38%), while the greens of hilltops and pine woodlands leave people feeling more connected with the natural world (51%).
Despite 68% of people in the West Midlands finding that autumn walks help to combat winter blues, 42% admit to not going on enough walks during the autumn months with just over a third (34%) claiming it’s because they rarely get the chance to go on a stroll.
More local councils are being urged to apply to host stages of next year's Tour of Britain.
The event's race director Mick Bennett, who was born in Birmingham, said it could help boost the local economy.
The tour passed through parts of Worcestershire earlier this week, including Pershore and Evesham, bringing in hundreds of thousands of pounds in extra income.