After a dry and bright evening, cloud and wind will increase ahead of a band of rain.Read the full story ›
A new book documenting the lives of the infamous Fewtrell brothers, has been released and sheds light on the 'Battle of Snow Hill'.Read the full story ›
Gloucester Rugby's Greig Laidlaw says he is pleased the World Cup destiny of Scotland is still in their own hands, after they were beaten by South Africa.
Scotland sit second in the group, and will secure qualification if they beat Samoa in their final game next weekend.
Laidlaw told ITV Sport that he was also pleased to have seven days until the next match, to work to improve after yesterday's defeat in Newcastle.
Kevin Beresford from Redditch believes there are "zen qualities" to roundabouts.Read the full story ›
Postman suspended as part of probe as hundreds of letters from a Black Country delivery office took two and a half years to arrive.Read the full story ›
Mist and fog patches are likely at first this morning, which may locally be dense.Read the full story ›
A pensioner from West Bromwich has taken a picture on her phone of what she believes is a ghost.Read the full story ›
England and Wasps star Joe Launchbury says he sees a tough week ahead, after England crashed out of their own Rugby World Cup.
England lost at Twickenham to Australia, meaning they exit the tournament, with Wales and Australia progressing to the quarter finals.
Speaking to ITV Sport, Launchbury added that the performance in next week's dead rubber against Uruguay will now be important to ensure England can exit the tournament with some pride.
A motorcyclist has suffered a serious arm injury after he came off his bike and ended up in the central reservation of the A38 in Staffordshire.
West Midlands Ambulance Service were called to the dual carriageway near Barton-under-Needwood shortly after 10.30am this morning.
The man who is in his thirties had a serious wound to his left arm.
The first ambulance crew on scene applied a tourniquet to his arm.
They also decompressed his chest for he had suffered a collapsed lung.
With the air ambulance in attendance too, his wounded arm was bandaged and splinted, he was given pain relief and an anti-haemorrhage agent.
The man was taken by helicopter to the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
Any mist or fog will clear during the morning to give another dry day with light winds and some sunny spells.Read the full story ›