Firefighters had to cut two secondary schoolboys free after they got stuck in a child's swing in a play area.
A crew from Northfield Community Fire Station went to the Victoria Park play area on Tuesday 16 June.
A picture posted on the station's Facebook page showed two children stuck in a swing with bars to stop smaller children from falling out.
The post on social media also said the firefighters used cutting gear to free the boys, with the only injuries being "a bit of bruised pride".
Police have released CCVT images after a man touched himself and behaved indecently in front of a teenage train passenger.
It happened on January 26 on a train between Longbridge and Birmingham New Street at around 9.15am.
The man is believed to have boarded the train at Northfield and is thought to have got off at either University of Five Ways station.
A woman who stabbed her partner with a kitchen knife has today been jailed for a minimum of 12 years for his murder.
Susan Hughes, 48, of Norrington Road in Northfield, was found guilty in August of the murder of 71-year-old Barry Wilkins after a four-week trial at Birmingham Crown Court. She was sentenced to life imprisonment today and will serve a minimum of 12 years in prison.
Barry Wilkins was stabbed eleven times in total on 24 November last year and suffered injuries to his stomach and shoulder.
Despite having extensive surgery, he did not recover and died in hospital five weeks later on New Years’ Eve.
Susan was initially charged with intent to cause grievous bodily harm but after his death charged with his murder.
After a woman was saved by a police dog in Northfield in the early hours of this morning, Inspector Russ Evans from West Midlands Police Dogs Unit said:
"Our dogs are highly trained and are able to follow a scent over long distances, in all sorts of conditions - so when someone is in grave danger, they really can make the difference between life and death."
Police dog Ska, along with handler PC Keith Bennett, was called in to help locate the woman when police were alerted to concerns over her welfare.
A police dog has saved a woman after tracking her blood trail in the Northfield area of Birmingham.
The police dog, named Ska, led handler PC Keith Bennett to the woman's location by tracking her scent and a trail of blood.
The West Midlands Police Dogs Unit were called in the early hours of this morning after evidence of an injury was reported near the scene.
After being saved by Ska the woman, yet to be named, is recovering in hospital.
A 19 year-old man is due to appear in court this morning charged with three counts of sexual assaults on teenage girls in Northfield.
The man was arrested yesterday and will appear before Birmingham Magistrates Court.
West Midlands Police says they have stepped up patrols in the area to reassure the local community.
West Midlands Police says Natasha Trevis and Junior Saleem Oakes were living apart at the time of her death as she had wanted to end the relationship.
The night before the attack she had agreed to meet with him to celebrate his birthday.
The two of them argued throughout the evening and into the next day, before leaving together early that morning in a taxi. They were intending to drop Oakes at his home address in Dimsdale Road before continuing onto Natasha’s home.
The argument continued in the taxi and on arriving in Dimsdale Road, Oakes tried to get Natasha to leave with him but she refused.
A short time later the taxi driver heard Natasha scream as she was being stabbed. Police say she was chased out of the car by Oakes who stabbed her multiple times.
A Birmingham man who murdered the mother of his three young children in the back of a taxi has been jailed for life.
Birmingham Crown Court heard how Junior Saleem Oakes killed Natasha Trevis in a "savage and prolonged" knife attack.
Oakes killed Natasha Trevis five days after the social worker revealed she had aborted a fourth child, stabbing her 26 times in total.
28 year-old Oakes, from Northfield, will serve at least 22 years in prison.