After a dry spell we have some unsettled weather on the way and that means plenty of rain. Read on for more informationRead the full story ›
The Methodist Church in Britain has apologised for failing to protect children and adults from abuse dating back to the 1950s.Read the full story ›
The family of a businessman from Wolverhampton who is missing in India are offering a £25,000 reward for help in finding him.Read the full story ›
Staffordshire Police secure first conviction for drug driving following the introduction of a new law.Read the full story ›
It's a bank holiday weekend and the weather it is looking decent. Looking forward there's an El Niño on the horizon.Read the full story ›
Local businessman Ranjit Singh Power has not been heard from since he landed in Amritsar in India for a business trip on May 7.
His worried children spoke to Michael Sibert about their desperate search for their 54-year-old father.
Police are growing more concerned over a missing pregnant woman who was last seen at Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley on Sunday 17 May.Read the full story ›
The Met Office stats are in for the first half of May which show we've seen more rain so far than we normally would in a month!Read the full story ›
A man who stopped breathing at the wheel has crashed his car into a tree.
It happened on Millfields Way in Wombourne at 9am today. Paramedics were called to reports of a man suffering a cardiac arrest in his car.
He was helped by members of the public, and given advanced life support by ambulance staff.
The patient was given CPR and then was shocked four times using a defibrillator. The driver regained a pulse and started to breathe again. An ambulance took him to Russells Hall Hospital in a serious condition.
Heavy showers are lashing down across the East and West Midlands today but it's better news as we head towards the Bank Holiday weekendRead the full story ›