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Viewers have been sending in their weather photos from places across the Midlands this weekend.
These have been taken by Paul Wilde on a sunny walk over Abbey Meadows in Redditch.
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Three people have been rushed to hospital after a balcony they were standing on collapsed at a house in Worcestershire.
Emergency services were called to the property on Mount Pleasant in Redditch at 6.39 on Saturday morning.
There is no further information at this stage on the condition of the three adults injured.
Police are appealing to trace 26-year-old Bilal Bashir who absconded from HMP Hewell Redditch on Monday 28 March.
He was convicted of burglary at Warwick Crown Court in February 2015 and was sentenced to four years in prison.
Bashir is described as an Asian man, approximately 5ft 11ins and of a medium build. He has brown eyes and short black hair.
It is believed that he may be in the West Midlands as he has links to the area.
Anyone with any information about the whereabouts of this man is asked to contact West Mercia Police on 101.
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Missing 15-year-old girl Elisha Mason has been found "safe and well", West Mercia Police said.
The teenager from Redditch had been missing for more than a week.
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A homeless charity in Worcestershire says they need £40,000 within the next six months - or they'll have to stop helping the most vulnerable
Despite receiving a £25,000 anonymous donation before Christmas, Nightstop say they need more funds to help youngsters as they're four times busier than this time last year.
The charity offers emergency accommodation with local families.
Barbara Treen is a volunteer host.