As we head towards the meteorological start of winter will the milder temperatures we have enjoyed all year stay, or go?Read the full story ›
Nearly 300 pledges to tackle obesity have been made by individuals and organisations following a major conference in Wolverhampton aimed at tackling a “ticking time bomb” facing the city.
The Obesity Summit, held at Wolverhampton Racecourse earlier this month, saw around 300 health professionals, businesses and community organisations come together to join the fight against obesity in Wolverhampton.
It comes as more than two thirds of adults in the city are either obese or overweight with an increasing number of young people following suit.
A woman left horribly burned and disfigured after an acid attack has described the moment she saw the eyes of her masked attacker.Read the full story ›
Twin brothers from Wolverhampton have defied odds of 150,000 - 1 to become dads to baby boys born on the same day - in the same hospital.Read the full story ›
The Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are at the Birmingham City University's school of jewellery.
The Royal couple are visiting a number of schools, businesses and charities across Birmingham and Wolverhampton today.
The jury has been sworn in for the trial of three men accused of an acid attack on a teenager which left her horribly burned.
Shannon Heaps, 22, Steven Holmes, 25, and 80-year-old Mohammed Rafiq are all accused of inflicting grievous bodily harm with intent, and are standing trial at Wolverhampton Crown Court.
Rafiq is also accused of perverting the course of justice after allegedly giving witness statements to police which he knew included false information.
19-year-old Vikki Horsman was left with burns to her face and insides after she was doused with sulphuric acid at a house in Tividale in the Black Country, in April this year.
The defendants deny all the charges.
It really does seem like it mainly rains on the weekend. This week it's been quite fresh with sunny days, the weekend will be wetter.Read the full story ›
November has been mild so far and confirmation of that is rapeseed that is flowering at Castle Donnington, but, will it stay this way?Read the full story ›
More than 300 people were killed on roads in the Midlands last year, according to new figures from the road safety charity Brake.
The statistics have been released to try and encourage road users to look out for each other more.
The new campaign is being backed by Avril Childs, whose daughter Sarah was killed by a speeding driver.
Brake are also trying to how vulnerable pedestrians or cyclists are.
This weekend we have a mixed forecast with the driest weather on Saturday and wetter weather on Sunday. Not before a foggy night though!Read the full story ›