Solihull’s Dan Evans came within a point of the best win of his career before falling to a five set defeat in the US Open third round.Read the full story ›
Detectives are appealing for the public’s help to trace what they call 'heartless thugs' who tried to steal a disability vehicle.Read the full story ›
Twelve young girls will be donating their hair today, to help raise money for a charity that supports children with serious illnesses and disabilities.
The Matt's Mission event in Solihull will see the girls have their hair chopped off by children who actually have cancer themselves. The hair will then be sent off to be made into wigs.
Professional hair-stylists will then tidy up the cuts the girls get.
It's part of an event at the Hogarth Hotel which also includes children's activities and music.
Policeman who once sued the force after a manager said he resembled Osama bin Laden has been sacked for threatening a court witness.Read the full story ›
Campaign led by father of Solihull soldier killed in Iraq has reached its fundraising goal, to pursue possible legal action against Blair.Read the full story ›
Three men are wanted in connection with a robbery at a store in Solihull after staff were threatened with hammers and a machete.Read the full story ›
New average speed cameras will be switched on in Birmingham and Solihull from today.Read the full story ›
One lane is blocked and there queueing traffic due to an accident involving a car and lorry on the M6 Northbound between J5 A452 (Castle Bromwich) and J6 A38(M) Spaghetti Junction,
There is congestion on M6 to J4a M42 with travel time estimated at least 45 minutes.
Lanes three (of four) are closed due to accident around halfway between J5 and J6.
A 13-year-old boy who was seriously injured after falling off his motorbike at Snetterton over the weekend is believed to be recovering well in hospital.
Caleb Smith from Solihull crashed while he was taking part in the KTM British Junior Cup Race yesterday.
He was placed in an induced come and was airlifted to Addenbrooke's Hospital.
The official British Superbikes Facebook page has since posted an update on his progress in which they said that his condition is looking more optimistic.
Caleb responded well overnight, he is off of ventilation and has said a few words and is responsive.
No surgical intervention has been deemed necessary and he is being transferred to a ward today.
Caleb will remain under observation and assessment and when appropriate will be transferred to a hospital closer to home.
A Solihull-based travel firm has collapsed following the terror attacks in a Turkey aiport.Read the full story ›