A two-car collision in Warwick leaves an eight-year-old boy with a seriously fractured leg.Read the full story ›
Six people have been injured in a six-vehicle smash in Warwickshire this morning.Read the full story ›
A murder investigation is underway following the death of a man found with stab wounds in Blackwell Lane, Warwick.
Paramedics were called to a property at around 11pm yesterday where they found the man in his 50s with stab injuries.
He was taken to University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire, where he died.
A 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident and remains in police custody.
Warwick School's under 15 rugby team are to defend their title in the final of the NatWest Cup at Twickenham today.
They play Queen Elizabeth Grammar School from Wakefield, whom they beat 17-0 in last year's cup.
If successful, they will take home their third consecutive title from the nationwide competition.
Around 500 schools took part in this year's competition.
Two Coventry men who threatened to cut off the hands of female staff members at a children's country park have been jailed.Read the full story ›
Student protestors at the University of Warwick have been ordered by a High Court repossession order to end their sit-in.
Protesters were occupying the Roots Building at the university for more than a week.
The protest was held over the way a previous anti-fees demonstration was broken up.
West Midlands Police is investigating whether 'disproportionate force' was used in the original protest.
Three people were arrested during the disorder at the original Coventry campus protest on Wednesday 3rd December.
We are glad the protest has now ended peacefully
People have been forced to go because the university has effectively made them criminals if they stay.
Three people have been arrested after a protest against tuition fees by students at the University of Warwick.Read the full story ›
An outbreak of Norovirus has closed two wards to visitors at Warwick Hospital.
All other wards are subject to visiting restrictions, as staff try to control the highly contagious infection.
Nobody may visit Squire Ward or Nicholas Ward, and other wards are only open to friends and family between 13:30 and 15:30 and 17:30 and 19:30. The following departments are exempt from these new rules: maternity, paediatrics and ITU.