We've received an amazing photograph taken by ITV News Central viewer Mark Humpage at Lutterworth in Leicestershire. It was taken over 1500 exposures combined for a 7 hour star trail from the clear sky weekend.
Winter is good for these photos which show the effect of Earths rotation, as seen through the stars.
This is how Mark did it! Click here
A weather warning has been issued for snow forecast tonight as rain moves in from the west and hits colder air in The Midlands.Read the full story ›
To confirm, Chloe Woodlock has been found safe and well this evening. Thank you for all your help in finding her.
Police are issuing an urgent appeal for the public’s help to find missing schoolgirl Chloe Woodlock.
The 13-year-old was last seen t her home in Middleton Cheney near Banbury at 8am this morning.
Chloe is white with short, cropped mousey hair. She was last seen wearing black trousers, black school shoes and a blue hoody, and was carrying an orange rucksack.
Police are asking anybody who sees her to call 101 or 999.
Police believe a father-of-two who was stabbed to death last week may have been involved in an argument before he died.Read the full story ›
There is no let up in the freezing weather with snow on the cards over the coming days. Find out where and when here...Read the full story ›
Investigations are continuing after a major fire at a recycling centre in Wollaston in Northamptonshire.
A huge plume of smoke could be seen more than 12 miles away.
The fire service were called out yesterday lunchtime to find 80 tonnes of recyclable material on fire.
The fire is now under control.
Firefighters in the Northamptonshire say the thick black smoke that rose from a large fire at a recycling plant was due to the amount of plastic being burnt.
Dawn Whittaker - Northampton Fire and Rescue Service
Smoke could be seen more than 12 miles away in Northampton.
When the fire service were called out at lunchtime, they found 80 tonnes of recyclable material on fire, with a further 450 tonnes inside the building.
Northamptonshire Fire and Rescue service have said the fire at the Think Green Recycling centre at Raymond Close, Wollaston is on going but under control.
The fire is concentrated in the rear yard with approximately 80 tonnes of plastic involved in the fire.
The last update from the fire service listed approximately 60 firefighters at the scene, with 10 pumps and other specialist appliances being used.
The service is working with other emergency services and partner agencies to end the blaze.
The cause of the fire is under investigation but the public are still being advised to keep their windows and doors closed as a precautionary measure.