After Rutland was rocked by this morning's earthquake, we look back at the tremors that have hit the Midlands in the last 20 years.
As the Easter weekend approaches, the next few days are expected to be the busiest in the UK so far this year as people head for a break.
Lucy Kite brings you the latest weather update for the West Midlands.
A survey by The English Heritage has named the West Midlands as the most patriotic region in England with 25 per cent of adults planning to celebrate St George's Day compared with a national figure of 19 per cent.
St George's day celebrations will take place across the Midlands including the annual parade in Nottingham which will feature St George and the dragon.
The parade will start at the Forest Recreation Ground later the morning arriving in Old Market Square at 12.30pm.
Staffordshire teenager Stephen Sutton, who is close to raising a million pounds for the Teenage Cancer Trust, told ITV News Central in December that being diagnosed with bowel cancer aged 15 "made me realise I wanted to do something with my life".
The inspirational teenager dedicated his life to "spreading kindness" and inspiring others, as he explains in this interview about his involvement with the Fixers organisation.
Celebrations are starting today in Stratford-upon-Avon for William Shakespeare's birthday. The famous playwright was born in the town in 1564.
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) will celebrate Shakepeare's 450th birthday with a firework display from the top of the Royal Shakespeare Theatre after the evening performance of Henry IV, Part 1.
The celebrations will continue over the weekend offering a range of free family theatre activities including stage fighting workshops and blood, guts and gore make-up classes.
Slow traffic and exit slip road partially blocked due to recovery work on M6 Northbound at J8 M5.
There are calls for a young offenders institution near Wolverhampton to be closed after inspectors found inmates were living in "squalid conditions" among the worst ever seen.
Inmates at the HMYOI Brinsford were found to be living in dirty cells with graffiti and poor furnishings.
The report added some cells had no window panes and no toilet screening.
Chief inspector of prisons Nick Hardwick said:
These are the worst overall findings my inspectorate has identified in a single prison during my tenure as chief inspector. Across all of our four tests of a healthy prison, we found outcomes to be poor.
Since the inspection a new governor, Michael Spurr chief executive officer of the National Offender Management Service, has been appointed.
One lane closed and queueing traffic due to accident, lorry involved on M6 Northbound after J7 A34 (Great Barr), congestion on M6 to J6 A38(M) Aston Expressway Spaghetti Junction.
A38 in both directions closed due to accident, a single vehicle involved between Cherry Orchard Lane (Puckrup) and M50 (Twyning). Police directing traffic.
A jury is expected to be sworn in today for the trial of seven men and a youth accused of murdering a mother and her three children, who died when a fire engulfed their home in Leicester.
Kemo Porter, 19; Tristan Richards, 22; Nathaniel Mullings, 19; Shaun Carter, 24; Jackson Powell, 20; Aaron Webb, 20; Aaron Jeffers, 21; and a 17-year-old youth who cannot be named for legal reasons, are expected to go on trial at Nottingham Crown Court.
They are each charged with the murders of Shehnila Taufiq, 47, her daughter Zainab, 19, and teenage sons Bilal, 17, and Jamil, 15, who died in a blaze at their home in Wood Hill, Leicester, on September 13 last year.
All eight deny the charges and are remanded in custody.
The trial is expected to last up to eight weeks.