A motorist had a lucky escape last night after a colliding with an electricity power line.Read the full story ›
Ambulance staff said the the driver had been extremely fortunate following the incident this afternoon.Read the full story ›
There is stationary traffic due to an accident and a rolling road block on the M6 Southbound between J3A M6 Toll and J3 A444 / B4113 (Nuneaton / Bedworth / Coventry).
A car driver has suffered potentially serious injuries after a crash between a tractor and a car in Warwickshire.Read the full story ›
Stratford-upon-Avon MP Nadhim Zahawi has tweeted he will be banned from America because he was born in Iraq, following President Trump's new "extreme vetting" order.
Zahawi and his wife who was also born in Iraq both have British passports.
I'm a British citizen & so proud to have been welcomed to this country. Sad to hear ill be banned from the USA based on my country of birth
A man with cancer from Nuneaton was told his surgery had been cancelled for the second time while waiting to be taken to theatre.Read the full story ›
Five men from Coventry have been jailed for a total of more than forty years for their roles in the rapes and assaults of two teenage girls they met on social media.
Waqaar Khan, Kadeem Bourne, Keenan Kelly, Marcus Woolcock and Zahid Choudhary received sentences ranging from fourteen and a half years to eighteen months.
- Watch Callum Watkinson's report here:
Five men involved in a human trafficking ring in Coventry have been sentenced for a string of sexual offences and trafficking of teenage girls.
- Waqaar Khan - 14 and a half years
- Kadeem Bourne - 13 and a half years
- Keenan Kelly - 10 years (including one year for a separate drug dealing charge)
- Marcus Woolcock - 2 and a half years
- Zahid Chaudhary - 18 months
More to follow.
The five men from Coventry gave their victims alcohol and drugs before the attacks in 2015 and 2016.Read the full story ›
Fire crews from Warwickshire set tongues wagging today after they rescued a 7 month old puppy from fast flowing water. In a tweet, the service said they had rescued Toby the Labradoodle after he came of a bridge on the Stoneleigh Road. His owners were said to be very grateful, (we think Toby probably was too).