It has been announced that proposals to suspend services at Midwife-Led Units in Bridgnorth, Ludlow and Oswestry are to be considered.Read the full story ›
Mohammed Yaseen said a number his drivers have been physically assaulted by customers and youths in recent weeks.Read the full story ›
Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale is thought to have lost his job after secret files were stolen from an unmarked police car.Read the full story ›
Emergency services attended a University of Birmingham campus this afternoon following reports that a search was being undertaken at a lake.Read the full story ›
Persistent rain for many today, but drier tomorrow.Read the full story ›
Another wet day tomorrow with rain continuing throughout the morning.Read the full story ›
Crimestoppers have pledged the additional funding for the recovery of medals lost by a D-Day veteran on his way back from Normandy.Read the full story ›
Police investigating the murder of a man in Burton-on-Trent more than 45-years-ago have created reconstructed images of what the victim may have looked like.
At 7.30pm on 27 March 1971, an off-duty special constable was out walking in the Newton Road area of Burton-on-Trent when he saw a fragment of bone, which turned out to be the skull of a man buried in a shallow grave close to the River Trent.
The man's identity remains unknown.
Today we sent Des out to a school in Warwickshire where they're already thinking about future careers with a bit of help from airline crew.Read the full story ›