The way West Midlands Police handled a double stabbing in Solihull last week has been referred to the IPCC.
A nurse from Solihull, who has suffered from a stammer for most of her life, has overcome it in time for a renewal of her wedding vows.
A Solihull man who turned down a football deal to concentrate on his education has now switched his attention to a career in modelling.
Police have confirmed a 23-year-old man is being held on suspicion of murder after the bodies of a man and a woman were found at a house in Solihull.
Officers were called out to a home in Hermitage Road at just after 5:15am this morning after reports of an attack.
The bodies of a 58-year-old man and a 50-year-old woman were found at the scene.
The road is still closed off while investigations continue.
Forensic investigators are working at a house in Solihull after the bodies of a man and a woman were found.
Police were called to the property on Hermitage Road at just after 5:15am this morning.
The road is currently closed off.
DI Martin Slevin from Force CID who is leading the investigation said:
“The inquiry is in its early stages but police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths at this stage.”
Police have confirmed the bodies of a man and a woman have been found in Solihull.
Officers were called out to a house in Hermitage Road at just after 5:15am this morning (Monday 7 July).
A double murder inquiry has been launched.
A man is currently being held in custody.
The road has been closed off while forensic investigators work at the scene.
A man has been arrested after what police are calling a 'serious incident' in Solihull.
Officers were called to Hermitage Road at just after 5:15am (Monday) to reports of an attack inside a house on the road.
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This is the moment a meteor was caught on camera by West Midlands Traffic Police.
In-car footage released today shows the bright light soaring overhead.
It was filmed at around 3am on Monday as officers were driving down the M42 at Junction 4 near Solihull.
Wimbledon gets underway today and British number two Dan Evans from Solihull is up against Andrey Kuznetsov in the first round of the men's singles.
The Russian is ranked 114th in the world, 30 places above the 24-year-old from the Midlands.
A suspected thief was so desperate to get away from traffic police overnight that he drove the wrong way down the A45 and M42 in Solihull.
Police first spotted the car at a petrol station on the Birmingham Road shortly before 12 yesterday evening and it was immediately linked to a burglary at a flat in the Holbrooks area of Coventry just minutes earlier, during which the residents were threatened at knifepoint.
The driver then turned off the car’s headlights as he performed a u-turn and began driving the wrong way along the hard shoulder.
The Police helicopter was then launched before the car crashed into a central reservation.
The driver and passenger escaped from the car but a 32 year old man has since been arrested, while the other man is still on the run.