The Army insists Cheryl James' death was suicide, but her family has fiercely disputed the claim.Read the full story ›
Colin Sutton told ITV News that the Deepcut case was his most troubling ever during his 30 years in the police.Read the full story ›
The second inquest into the death of Deepcut soldier Cheryl James, who died at the barracks from a gunshot wound, is to conclude on Friday.Read the full story ›
A baby boy and his mother have escaped serious injury after a shop sign in Shropshire plummeted 20 feet onto the child's pram.Read the full story ›
Investigators are continuing their work at the scene of an aircraft crash which killed two people in Shropshire.
The light aircraft was heading for Shifnal Airfield when it crashed minutes from the runway yesterday, killing the two people inside.
Both the pilot and the passenger were pronounced dead at the scene.
Witnesses said they heard the engine stall before the plane fell from the sky.
Both the pilot and the passenger died in the collision shortly before 5pm near Shaw Lane, Shifnal near Telford.Read the full story ›
From midnight last night new laws came in making it illegal to possess or sell so-called legal highs. Figures released last month found deaths linked to the synthetic drugs more than tripled in two years, with 76 known deaths over a decade.
Shops here have been taking the now illegal stock off their shelves. Some sellers say the ban will make no difference and those wanting the drugs will find them online. But those who are living with the consequences of how deadly they can be, disagree.
Charlotte Delo from Telford in Shropshire lost her brother Jamie Penn two years ago. The 29-year-old took a legal high at a party, but died in hospital.
Now Charlotte and her husband Delwyn hold talks to help those addicted from meeting the same fate.
Chris Halpin reports.
A spate of 'freak' fires caused by faulty domestic machines have left Shropshire householders reeling.Read the full story ›
A man riding a motorbike in Shropshire has died after a crash with a car.
It happened on the A458 at Wootton near Bridgnorth in Shropshire at just after 1.00pm on Sunday.
An ambulance and a paramedic area support officer were sent to the scene.
An ambulance arrived on scene eight minutes after the initial call. Sadly, it was immediately obvious that there was nothing that could be done to save the rider.
The elderly man driving the car was assessed at the scene but had no obvious injuries and was discharged on scene.