Officers were called to the incident on Friday 9 June.Read the full story ›
A school has asked parents to ensure their children are alert when travelling to and from school after a student was enticed to enter a car.Read the full story ›
A cat had to be rescued after it got its head stuck in a hole at the bottom of a bin.Read the full story ›
A motorcyclist from Solihull had a lucky escape after his bike crashed during a race at Snetterton Circuit in Norfolk.
The video posted on Youtube by another rider shows Joshua Boyd knocked unconscious after the bellypan of the yellow ZX10R bike in front of him fell off and hit him on the head at 140mph.
Amazingly, Joshua survived with minor injuries.
A GoFundMe page has been set up by one of his friends to help repair his bike.
The 89-year-old was asleep when the men smashed through the patio doors. A second break-in was also reported in the area that evening.Read the full story ›
"When we had realised we had won we started screaming and jumping up in the air...the ticket ripped in half"Read the full story ›
The NSPCC has condemned the 'disgusting' child sex abuse carried out by former teaching assistant Jamie Chapman.
Chapman, form Solihull, has been jailed for 16 years after pleading guilty to 31 child sexual offences relating to 18 victims.
Over a five-year period Chapman pursued a disgusting and widespread campaign of child sexual abuse.
He has rightly been placed behind bars where he poses no further threat to children.
His victims will now need time and expertise to help them overcome their traumatic ordeals.
This shocking case highlights how important it is that children can recognise grooming behaviour.
Parents have a vital part to play and should speak to their children about the risks they could face online.
He was convicted of 31 sexual offences against 18 children.Read the full story ›
Junaid Haq, 19, left his victims seriously injured after the incident which also saw him speeding into a house causing structural damage.Read the full story ›