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.
Fifteen more flood warnings and alerts in the Midlands have been removed by the Environment Agency in the past 24 hours.
Worcestershire County Council is asking the public to do its bit in treating potholes, by longing them on the Council's website.
After recent cold weather, the Council is increasing its pothole teams from 11 to 18. They say that the extra resources will result in an additional 200 potholes being fixed daily.
Potholes are caused when water freezes and expands. When rain, snow and freezing conditions cycle, potholes worsen.
The public is being asked to to log problematic potholes on the Council website.
– Cllr John Smith OBE, County Council Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport,
Teams will be out finding and fixing potholes, but residents can also play a big part in supporting this work by getting in touch when they spot a pothole.
Doing so is now easier than ever thanks to the numerous ways of reporting and I'd like to encourage people to let us know.
Tributes are being paid on the 'RIP Betty Yates, the best teacher there was' Facebook page on the eve of the one year anniversary of the murder of Betty Yates.
The retired school teacher from Worcestershire was murdered by Stephen Farrow on January 4th 2012.
A man has been given a life sentence for the murder of a woman in Worcester, earlier this year.
Jacqueline Harrison, who was 48, was found dead at her flat, in Worcester, in April of this year.
She had suffered extensive injuries from a serious assault.
William Cummins, who is 52 and of no fixed abode, was found guilty of her murder at Worcester Crown Court today. He has been sentenced to 17 years in prison.
Around 30 firefighters are damping down after a fire broke out at a recycling plant in Worcestershire. It started yesterday morning at the Lawrence recycling plant in Stourport Road in Kidderminster.
Initially the site's 55 workers were evacuated but were allowed to return once it was safe to do so.
No-one was hurt.
80 firefighters are tackling a blaze at a recycling plant in Worcestershire.
The fire started at around 11am this morning.
Paper and plastics are sorted, before they are recycled, in the building where the fire is burning on Stourport Road, Kidderminster.
The fire has been bought safely under control but smoke and steam are still billowing from the building.
55 staff were evacuated but have now returned to the building.
A family day out looking at historic buildings might appeal to Mum and Dad, but chances are the kids will have their heads buried in their mobile phones.
Well, one Worcestershire town is turning that to its advantage.
Meanwhile, an events firm which offers people the chance to experience what it's like to take part in a riot has been accused of encouraging street violence.
People can also take on the role of police officers, in full body armour. One MP has described it as "completely wrong" and "unacceptable", especially in light of last year's disorder in Birmingham. Lee Comley reports.
Peter Luff MP has called the riot experience days that are available in Worcester, unacceptable.
He has called for it to be banned.