The former chief of sports car company, Morgan, has vowed to fight his removal from the board of the company his Grandfather founded.
A man who was saved by the Midlands Air Ambulance when his helicopter crashed, has opened an education centre in Worcestershire.
Clare Lines from Worcestershire has returned from the World Winter Games in South Korea a double bronze medallist.
A man is being guarded by police in hospital after being shot in the foot at his own home in what officers believe was a targeted attack.
Police patrols have been stepped up after the shooting.
The man, who was in his 40s, was at his home in Lee Road, Hollywood, Bromsgrove, at around 10.45pm yesterday evening when someone shot at the house from outside, hitting his foot.
One man has been arrested and is being questioned in connection with the investigation.
Supt Kevin Purcell, North Worcestershire commander, urged anyone who was in the area and who may have information to come forward.
We are appealing for witnesses to come forward and will be increasing police patrols in the area to provide reassurance to local people.
We believe this was a targeted but isolated incident at the property in Lee Road.
The injured man does not have life threatening injuries. However this incident could have been much more serious and we need to find out exactly what happened.
He said a Vauxhall Insignia was found burned out in Shirley in the Peterbrook Road area, which is believed to be linked to the shooting.
Two men have been found guilty of breaking a "ruthless and resourceful criminal" out of custody after prison staff took short-cuts with security.
John Anslow, an alleged murderer, was being taken to court in Stafford in January 2012 when he was freed from his secure van.
The court heard the two men who helped him were wearing balaclavas and had sledgehammers and a shotgun.
Anslow, 33, who has admitted conspiring to escape from custody, had moments earlier left HMP Hewell near Redditch in Worcestershire.
Stuart Reid, 52, from Coventry, and Robert Riddell, 41, from Birmingham, have been convicted by a jury.
Warwickshire County Cricket Club has signed 27-year-old Fast Bowler Richard Jones from Worcestershire on a one-year contract.
Jones made his debut for Worcestershire in 2007 and has gone on to make 41 First Class, nine List A and six t20 appearances for his home county.
The chief executive of a Worcestershire charity awarded almost £100,000 to tackle the problem of homelessness in the county has welcomed the cash injection.
Jean Templeton, who runs St Basils in North Worcestershire, said the money would be used to help young people become more independent.
– Jean Templeton, St Basils chief executive
This grant has been awarded at a time where we are seeing an increase in young people sleeping rough in Worcestershire and where services are at their most stretched with ‘Housing Related Support’ services being reduced.
We are delighted to be working in partnership with the local authorities to ensure that vulnerable young people get the appropriate support in finding a solution for their housing needs and to avoid a rough sleeping crisis.
In addition, we will be able to equip them with the skills and resilience they need to become independent.
Almost £100,000 has been awarded to a homelessness project in Worcestershire to help young people with nowhere to go.
The Duty and Crisis Project, run by charity St Basils, says the number of young people in need of help finding accommodation in the north of the county is on the rise - so much so that demand for places is outstripping supply.
This means more and more young people sleeping rough, or 'sofa surfing'.
The charity has been named among 30 across the country to get a grant to help get people off the streets.
The £97,970 cash will be used to help young people fins a home, or prevent them from becoming homeless in the first place by working with them and with council services to find a solution.
The grant is part of a £20million Homelessness Transition Fund from the government.
The sister of a convicted sex offender killed in a Worcester flat fire says his death had a devastating effect on the health of her parents, who were unable to come to terms with what happened.
"Both of my parents passed away without having an answer to their only son's death, and before Daniel Martin admitted his guilt (in June)," Leia Charleson said.
She welcomed the outcome as "some comfort" for the family's grief.
"Despite what Andrew did in the past he did not deserve to die in such a cruel way," added Ms Charleson.
A man who admitted killing a convicted sex offender in a Worcester flat fire has been jailed for ten years.
Daniel Martin, 25, set fire to a wheelie bin and pushed it up against the front of Andrew Heath's flat in December 2011, sparking a blaze which killed him.
The 52 year-old had five convictions for gross indecency and indecent assault against teenagers aged between 14 and 17 in Leicester and Birmingham in the 1908s and 1990s.
Sentencing Martin for manslaughter at Birmingham Crown Court, Mrs Justice Thirlwall said the crime was "shockingly stupid".
Worcester City Council is planning a range of exhibitions, parades, concerts, church services and remembrance events to commemorate the First World War over a four year period.
The Mayor of Worcester, Councillor Pat Agar said:
"No one in Worcestershire was untouched by the First World War. From the men who fought on the front to the women, children and older people who kept our county running amidst the horror of conflict - all witnessed change as never before.
This programme of events will allow us to recall their experiences and see the impact they still have on our lives today."
Lord Faulkner of Worcester, Chairman of the All Party Parliamentary War Heritage Group, and member of the Government's World War One Centenary Advisory Board, said:
"The whole country will be marking the centenary of the First World War, but I am delighted that Worcestershire is pulling out all the stops to create one of the most impressive programmes of events to be found anywhere in the UK."
Money from the Heritage Lottery Fund means a major project across the centenary, led by the Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service will be able to take place.
It will stage a range of exhibitions across the county and encourage people to get involved by donating or lending items related to the War.
Exhibitions, parades, concerts, church services and remembrance events are being planned to help Worcester commemorate the events of the First World War
The City Council says as well as remembering the military sacrifice - particularly the role of the Worcestershire Regiment at the Battle of Gheluvelt in 1914 - the programme of events will look at the Home Front and the impact of the War on the people left back at home in the county.
The announcement comes as the city prepares to commemorate Remembrance Sunday which is taking place this weekend.
Worcester City Council have launched a series of ambitious plans to commemorate the First World War over the next four years.
Exhibitions, parades, concerts, church services and remembrance events are being planned to take place across the entire centenary - from August 2014 through to November 2018.