A teenage learner driver has been jailed after a high speed chase by police through Birmingham.
West Midlands Police has become the first police force in the world to join photo sharing social network Snapchat.
A prisoner who made chilling threats to his girlfriend on the phone saying he'd cut off her tongue has been given a two year sentence.
Police in Wolverhampton say their call out to a herd of cows on the loose this morning is an example of 'another udderly unpredictable day'.
Tweeting about the escape this morning on Windmill Crescent near Smestow School, Castlecroft, officers from West Midlands Police said:
We're pleased to report that the escaped cows are no longer causing an obstruction. Another udderly unpredictable day for @wmpolice!
Sixteen animals managed to escape at around 7:45am this morning, swapping their field for a patch of grassland on the housing estate.
It didn't take long for them to be moo-ved on however, as the video posted by the Express & Star shows!
Mugshots of two men from Birmingham who travelled to Syria to fight have been released after they earlier admitted preparing to carry out terrorist attacks.
Childhood friends Mohammed Nahin Ahmed and Yusuf Zubair Sarwar, both 22, spent eight months in Syria last year, before being arrested at Heathrow Airport on their return home in January.
West Midlands Police released images of the pair posing with rifles during their visit to the war-torn country.
Police have revealed the names of a couple who were found murdered at their home in Solihull yesterday morning, as Pin Chang aged 58 and his wife Quoi Chang aged 50.
A post-mortem examination revealed both died from stab wounds at their home on Hermitage Road, after officers were called shortly after 5:00am on Monday.
A 23-year-old man remains under police guard in hospital in connection with the deaths.
Judge Topolski QC has said he would not pass sentence on the two men until a Court of Appeal decision about a similar case had been heard later this summer.
However, sentencing is due to open this afternoon.
The judge earlier told the court that he was willing to offer a reduction in sentence if the defendants were to plead guilty.
He described the case as a "grave one".
The families of Mohammed Nahin Ahmed and Yusuf Zubair Sarwar urged both men to return home when they realised they had gone to fight in Syria.
Sarwar's family reported him missing to police in May last year after they found a hand-written letter from him in which said he had left to join a terrorist group called Kataib al Muhajireen (KaM)- later renamed Kateeba al-Kawthar - "to do jihad".
Days earlier he had told his family he was travelling to Turkey as part of a two-week trip organised by Birmingham City University, where he was a part-time computer science student.
West Midlands Police said the men showed the mind-set to go and join the jihad in Syria, before carrying out research, buying equipment, and finally travelling a well-trod route to get inside the battle zone via Turkey.
Two young men from Birmingham who have pleaded guilty to preparing acts of terrorism while in Syria, had lied to their parents they were actually on holiday in Turkey.
Yusuf Sarwar and Nahin Ahmed, who are both 22 and from Handsworth, bought one-way tickets in May 2013 then crossed the Syrian border to train with rebel fighters.
They were arrested by officers from the West Midlands Police counter terrorism unit when they returned to Heathrow on a flight from Istanbul in January this year.
Traces of military grade explosives were found on their clothing and pictures on their camera showed them brandishing weapons.
Two men from Handsworth in Birmingham have pleaded guilty to terrorism charges after spending time in Syria.
Yusef Sarwar and Nahin Ahme, both 22, were arrested when they returned to Heathrow on a flight from Istanbul in January this year.
They were charged with engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts having spent eight months in Syria to join rebel fighters.
The trial at Woolwich Crown Court was scheduled to last three weeks, but today the pair pleaded guilty.
West Midlands Police has posted a video online describing the double murder of a man and woman in Solihull yesterday as a 'truly horrific incident'.
Chief Superintendent Alex Murray appears in the video, to say the incident is confined to one particular family, and to reassure the community.
He goes on to say that the 23-year-old man arrested in connection with the deaths is receiving 'critical care' in hospital.
We can today confirm that two people who died in Hermitage Road #Solihull yesterday died of stab injuries.
A 23-year-old man remains under police guard in hospital in connection with the ongoing investigation into the deaths.
West Midlands Police has confirmed the two victims of a double murder investigation in Solihull both died from stab wounds.
The bodies of a 50-year-old woman and a 58-year-old man were found at an address in Hermitage Road after reports of an attack going on inside the house at 5:15am on Monday.
A 23-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of murder and is under police guard in hospital.
Police say all three people were known to one another and they're not looking for anyone else in connection with the murders.