As high pressure moves away and low pressure moves in, a cold front will cross the UK. This will bing a fresher feel to our weather.
The warm, dry and sunny weather has been with us as high pressure has dominated, but, this weekend low pressure returns.
A breast cancer survivor spoke of her joy when her unborn twins beat the odds to survive the aggressive treatment that saved her life.
A burglar has been caught on camera snooping round a living room and rummaging through kitchen cupboards after breaking into a house.
Andres Balog forced his way into the house in Park Village in Wolverhampton in January.
It had been fitted with motion sensor cameras by police which filmed his moves. Detectives had set them up to try and catch thieves.
The 26-year-old has been sentenced to 18 weeks in prison.
TRAFFIC: Heavy congestion near the ring road in Wolverhampton tonight. Waterloo Road and Stafford Road to Stafford Street currently closed.
This is for the air ambulance to land to help a woman who's been seriously hurt in a collision in the area. More details when we get them.
TRAFFIC UPDATE: More now on #Wolverhampton collision. Ringroad St Andrews is closed anti-clockwise between Waterloo Rd and Darlington St.
Ring road likely to be closed for the next few hours while officers investigate, pls avoid the area if at all possible. Traffic is very bad.
We're in attendance at RTC involving car & pedestrian in Waterloo Rd, W'ton. Several ambulance vehicles, including @maahmed03 on scene.
Thousands of passport workers are striking today as the Summer holidays get underway.
They have taken the action in a bid to end staffing shortages which have caused an ongoing backlog crisis, with holiday-goers left waiting for their renewed passports.
It could affect holiday plans for families across the Midlands.
– Public and Commercial Services union
A new recruitment drive is underway but many of the posts being advertised are not permanent jobs and are only likely to replace 8% of staff needed. The Passport Office has cut hundreds of staff since 2010 but the agency only agreed to meet the union to seriously discuss jobs after recent media and political scrutiny.
Beware...the matrix signs and other signals on the motrway network through the Midlands region are broken and cannot be reset.
Armed robbers stormed a Black Country petrol station and forced staff to hand over cash and cigarettes at knife-point in a terrifying raid in the early hours of this morning.
A member of staff at the Esso in Wolverhampton Road in Willenhall, Walsall, managed to dial 999 to report the robbery shortly before 4.30am.
Officers were on the scene within minutes and arrested two men, aged 26 and 34, nearby in Clarkes Road.
They recovered cigarettes and a quantity of cash. Police are now trawling CCTV for evidence.
Witnesses or anyone with information is urged to call officers in 101.
Drivers are being warned of a busy time on the roads as the summer getaway begins.
The roads are expected to be up to 25 per cent busier than normal on Saturdays throughout the summer, with the M6 between Coventry and Wolverhampton, the M1 through Leicestershire and the A52 through Derbyshire expected to be particularly congested.
Drivers are urged to leave early to allow for delays.
A rise is being predicted in asian gold street robberies.
West Midlands Police say the expensive jewellery worn on the street can often be targeted.
They've released an English/Punjabi/Urdu video to learn how to guard against thieves stealing the irreplaceable jewellery.
A memorial service in honour of the late West Midlands police and crime commissioner Bob Jones will be held today.
Mr Jones, who also served as a Wolverhampton councillor for more than 30 years, died suddenly in his sleep on July 1.
The service will be held at the Civic Hall in North Street, Wolverhampton city centre. A cortege will arrive at the centre at 12.50pm.