A pub doorman from Wolverhampton is in a critical condition after being stabbed in the early hours of Saturday morning.
The 38-year-old was found with a knife wound to his body after West Midlands Police were called to the scene.
The incident took place at the Harp Inn, on Walsall Street, at around 2:45am, where he was treated by paramedics before being taken to hospital.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses and have cordoned off the area whilst they conduct an investigation.
A 22-year-old Criminal Psychology student is due to appear in court today accused of stabbing a teenager.
Josh Welch from Heathfield Road in Handsworth allegedly attacked the 17-year-old man's head and back with a kitchen knife in the early hours of Thursday morning, as the pair walked together to a local shop.
Welch is originally from Wolverhampton and is studying at Birmingham City University.
He will appear at Birmingham Magistrates Court.
A 17-year-old is in hospital in a critical but stable condition.
Detectives have appealed for more witnesses after two men were robbed and stabbed in a Wolverhampton park on Sunday evening. Police were called to West Park In Whitmore Reans following reports that the men had been stabbed after confronting the robbers.
It is believed that four men had approached the group sitting in the park and stolen their bike. The men tried to chase the thieves who turned round and threatened them before stabbing them. Two men, who are 22 and 34, are in a stable condition in hospital.
Shoppers in Wolverhampton are being urged to help a police investigation after disorder at a city centre barbers.
A man sustained a stab wound during the incident at Prestige Barbers on Stafford Street on Wednesday 5 February.
Two men were taken to hospital for treatment following the dispute, which happened at around 3.45pm.
A 38-year-old man was arrested a short time later on suspicion of assault, whilst a 27-year-old man was arrested on Thursday 13 February on suspicion of attempted wounding. Both men remain on police bail pending further enquiries.
Police in Leicester have arrested a 17-year-old man in connection with a stabbing on Granby Street this morning. He remains in police custody.
The 46-year-old who was stabbed is currently undergoing treatment for injuries to his head and stomach at Leicester Royal Infirmary.
Leicestershire Police are appealing for help after a 46-year-old man was stabbed in Leicester city centre this afternoon.
The man was attacked shortly after 2:20pm in Granby Street and received injuries to his head and stomach.
Inspector Mick Edwards, said:
A Coventry man has been jailed for 12 years after a stabbing in a nightclub.
The attack happened at Bar S7ven Nightclub in Coventry city centre on Monday 4 June last year after a disagreement between the 25-year-old victim and another man who was friends with Maher.
The court heard that the victim became involved in a heated argument with the man and 25-year-old Maher then stepped in and stabbed him in the stomach with the 12"-18" long blade.
After the attack he managed to run off and collapsed near to a local supermarket where he was found by paramedics with his intestines exposed. He was taken to hospital with life threatening injuries and has now made a full recovery.
A major investigation was launched and Maher later handed himself in to Willenhall Police Station and was arrested and charged with inflicting grievous bodily harm - but he denied carrying out the attack.
However, after the five-day trial he was found guilty by a jury at Birmingham Crown Court and jailed on Friday 22 November.
A man who used a large kitchen knife to stab another man at a Coventry nightclub has been jailed for more than a decade.
Sean Maher, from Pridmore Road, Foleshill, Coventry was found guilty after a week-long trial and sentenced to 12 years behind bars.
West Midlands Police say that knife crime in the region has fallen since 2008. Sergeant Mike Griffiths was speaking after a 21-year-old man was sentenced to life today for stabbing his girlfriend’s step-father to death with a hunting knife in April this year.