A 43-year-old man's due in court charged with the murders of two people at a block of flats in Walsall.
A 43-year-old man has been charged with murder following the discovery of two bodies at a block of flats in Walsall over the weekend.
A man has died and dozens of people were evacuated from their homes after a serious fire broke out during the night in Willenhall.
A man has died and three people are in hospital following a car crash in Walsall.
West Midlands Ambulance Service says the two cars collided on Lichfield Road at 22:30 yesterday (25 April).
– West Midlands Ambulance Service spokesman
A man was confirmed dead at the scene. A woman who was in the same car had leg injuries. She was immobilised and was taken to New Cross Hospital.
A mother and daughter from the other vehicle both had internal injuries. They were both immobilised and were taken to Walsall Manor Hospital.
A beef burger bought from a fast food outlet in Walsall has been found to contain horsemeat.
The Food Standards Agency made the discovery as part of the UK-wide sampling of all beef products. The burger from 'Pig Out' was manufactured by King Fry Meat Products.
Eight people have been arrested this morning (March 26) following disorder at last year's English Defence League (EDL) demonstration in Walsall.
Officers made early morning calls at homes across Tipton, West Bromwich, Brownhills and Acocks Green.
Protesters from the EDL and a counter demonstration group descended on Walsall town centre on Saturday 29 September 2012, with numbers attending the events reaching around 1,000.
A large scale operation was carried out by West Midlands Police to ensure the safety of people visiting the town on the day.
Five people are in hospital following a taxi crash in Walsall last night.
Five men, in their late teens and early twenties, were travelling at the back of the taxi when it crashed on Ablewell Street, Walsall, early this morning.
Three men suffered minor cuts, another an arm injury and another suffered neck injuries.
A missing teenager from Walsall has been found by security staff in Birmingham city centre.
Zoya Anwar, 18, was spotted by security guards who had seen a police appeal for help which attracted huge attention.
On Tuesday 6 March five people were arrested on suspicion of kidnapping her.
Police officers investigating her disappearance decided to release the suspects following a number of sightings of the teenager in the Birmingham area.
A spokesperson for West Midlands police said tonight five people arrested on suspicion of kidnapping 18 year old Zoya Anwar from Walsall have been released without charge.
A spokesperson for West Midlands police said tonight there have been 'credible sightings' of missing teenager Zoya Anwar in the Digbeth area of Birmingham today.
The Headmistress of King Edward VI Handsworth School in Birmingham, Elisabeth Wager, say missing teenager Zoya Anwar 'has a bright future ahead of her,' and that 'support is being given to Zoya's friends'.
Zoya Anwar, who was last seen by friends on February 26, is described by police as a straight-A student.
West Midlands Police launched an appeal to help find missing 18-year-old A-level student Zoya Anwar who was last seen at the gates of her school more than a week ago.
Detective Superintendent Jo Chilton said there had been "no confirmed sightings" of Ms Anwar since her disappearance on February 26.
A missing person investigation has been launched following the disappearance of Walsall teenager, Zoya Anwar.
Zoya is described as Asian, slim build, 5ft 6ins tall and has shoulder length black hair.
Four men and a woman aged between 27 and 48 and all from the Walsall area, have been arrested on suspicion of kidnap in connection with Zoya’s disappearance. They are all known to Zoya.
They were arrested yesterday (March 5) and remain in custody helping police with enquiries.