A father's rant on school holiday costs has sparked calls for action over the amount travel companies charge during school holidays.
A Telford couple due in court today could face jail after taking their three children on an unauthorised holiday during the school term.
A giant moth with markings similar to the Star Wars soldiers the storm troopers has been discovered at a factory in Telford.
In court he said "evil took Georgia away from her family...not only Georgia's life was taken, but the life of a family too. We still exist, but it's not life anymore."
Stafford Crown Court has heard how a psychiatrist's report suggests Jamie Reynolds "poses a grave risk to women and will do for the rest of his life." It also says he "has the potential to be a serial killer."
The report also says there is "not one shred of clinical evidence to suggest he did not know what he did was wrong."
A judge has described, in court, the murder of Georgia Williams as being "a highly unusual and exceptional case."
23-year-old Jamie Reynolds is yet to be sentenced for her murder. The prosecution described him as "a sexual deviant of an extreme kind" with "a morbid fascination of pornography."
He had a hard drive of extreme pornography that the prosecution described as "a prized possession" and which went everywhere with him. He also wrote stories about hanging and death.
The court heard how he had written a story about Georgia where he hanged her and subjected her to sexual violence.
It was also told how he groomed the 17-year-old over a period of several months and encouraged her to come to his house when his parents were away to take part in a photo shoot, to help with his photography.
The court heard he stood and watched her die before subjecting her to sexual violence and taking photographs of her naked body.
After killing Georgia he went online to send messages to two other girls he had arranged to visit his house in case she did not arrive.
A 23-year-old man killed teenager Georgia Williams after luring her to his parents' house and hanging her, a court has heard.
Jamie Reynolds was a "a sexual deviant", "a manipulative and conning individual who operated in denial" and had "a morbid fascination" in extreme pornography depicting violence against women, prosecutor David Crigman QC said.
Reynolds pleaded guilty earlier this month to murdering 17-year-old Georgia in May, on what was scheduled to be the first day of his trial at Stafford Crown Court.
Mr Crigman said that at the time of his arrest for murder, Reynolds had 16,800 images and 72 videos of extreme pornography on his computer, including digitally-doctored images of up to eight other women he personally knew in which ropes had been added around their necks.
A 23-year-old man who strangled teenager Georgia Williams and dumped her body in woodland is due to appear in court today when his sentencing hearing begins.
At a previous hearing, prosecutor David Crigman QC warned the sentencing judge that he would have to view distressing photographic material before considering the appropriate minimum term.
Reynolds, who is understood to have taken photographs before and after the murder, is likely to be sentenced tomorrow.
Twenty-three-year-old Jamie Reynolds from Telford, is due to be sentenced today for the murder of teenager Georgia Williams.
The 17-year-old from Wellington was found in woodland near Wrexham in May.
Reynolds pleaded guilty to murder at Stafford Crown Court earlier this month.
Four people, including a pensioner in her 80s, were injured in a two-car crash in Telford this weekend.
The woman was a passenger in one of the cars which crashed in Roden Lane, Telford, suffering serious injuries including chest and back pain as well as cuts and an abdominal injury.
She was taken to the University Hospital of North Staffordshire accompanied by a trauma doctor.
The driver, a man in his 40s, was taken to the same hospital with a suspected injury to his pelvis, as well as chest and abdominal pain caused by the crash, which happened at around 4.20pm yesterday.
The driver of the second car, a man in his 60s, suffered a suspected fractured rib and was taken to the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital along with his passenger, a woman in her 40s, who had chest pain.
Police are investigating a stabbing that took place in Telford shortly before 5.30pm yesterday afternoon. It took place on Kemberton Road at the junction with the Cuckoo Oak roundabout. Police say the road there is likely to be closed until lunchtime today.
Three elderly men have been taken to hospital after their car veered off the road, hit another car, and crashed through roadside railings, ending up on a wall.
The driver of the car, who was in his 80s, and his two passengers, both in their 70s, were taken to hospital for treatment and assessment.
Paramedics were called to the crash at the Hollingswood roundabout, near Asda in Telford, at around 5.40pm yesterday.
A couple in the second car, who were in their 20s, were examined by ambulance crews at the scene before being released.