Designer items bought by a woman who had been wrongly credited with more than £50k are being auctioned by police to help pay back the debt.
The parents of a toddler with cancer have decided to stop the experimental treatment.
Brave Josh couldn't go on holiday because of his chemo treatment but has received hundreds of postcards from strangers around the world.
A 61-year-old man has suffered a head injury after falling from a quad bike in Staffordshire.
He reportedly knocked himself unconscious after the fall, which happened in Yoxall, near Burton-on-Trent this afternoon.
A land and an air ambulance were sent to the scene to help the man, who is now be treated at one of the region's major trauma centres.
– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman
Crews arrived to find a 61-year-old man who was in a confused and agitated state after falling from his quad bike that reportedly tipped over.
It is believed he was initially knocked unconscious for approximately five minutes in the incident and following assessment from paramedics he was treated on scene for an isolated head injury.
He was then transported by land ambulance to University Hospital North Staffordshire, with the air crew travelling with him to continue treatment en-route.
The nature of the incident meant the man’s injuries could have been much more serious and it is somewhat fortunate that they did not prove to be so
Tents and camping equipment that has been left behind at Weston Park in Staffordshire after V Festival last weekend will become life-savers as part of humanitarian aid.
Keith Gator is one of 500 volunteers cleaning up the site, and he says some of the tents will even become homes for people in disaster areas.
More than 500 volunteers are tidying up the V Festival campsite, with all the leftover tents to be given to charity.
The tents and camping equipment are collected, cleaned up and then donated.
Tens of thousands of music fans turned out to the three-day event in Staffordshire this weekend.
Lichfield centre Emily Scarratt led England's Women's Rugby team to a 21-9 World Cup win over Canada. She scored 16 points from a try, conversion and three penalties, with her 74th-minute solo touchdown securing the world title glory at the Stade Jean-Bouin in Paris, setting off jubilant celebrations.
It is the first time England have been crowned world champions since 1994, and it ends a run of three successive World Cup final defeats, all against New Zealand.
The Prime Minister and many others, including Midlands' rugby clubs have tweeted their congratulations to England's players after their historic win.
The Lichfield star Emily Scarratt who played a huge part in the win also tweeted a picture after the game.
Officers from Staffordshire Police were sent to V Festival to help control tens of thousands of revellers.
A man has been airlifted from the V Festival in Staffordshire after suffering chest pains.
The patient in his sixties, was taken to a nearby hospital for further treatment.
So far West Midlands Ambulance Service says it's treated 483 patients, with most needing attention for minor medical issues or existing medical conditions.
Yesterday three people needed treatment when they suffered serious side effects after taking a blue coloured pill they believed was Class A Drug ecstasy.
A West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman said:
– West Midlands Ambulance Service
“With nearly 300 staff and volunteers working tirelessly behind the scenes throughout the weekend, the team is providing a first-class medical service ensuring festival goers can enjoy themselves safely.”
Three festival-goers suffered “serious side-effects” after taking a drug they thought was ecstasy at V Festival, prompting a police warning, the Press Association has reported.
The blue tablets, known as “Blue Ghost”, have left the three people at the music event near Telford requiring emergency medical treatment. Police have seized a small number of the tablets.
A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: “Emergency teams have treated three people who took a blue tablet they believed to be ecstasy at V Festival in Weston Park. All had serious side-effects after taking the tablets and needed urgent medical treatment.
“If you see anything suspicious contact the on-site police or security immediately ... if you have taken any of these tablets. contact emergency teams immediately.”
Anyone with any information about drugs can also call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111 or in an emergency 999.