Weather warnings are in place for snow and ice over the East and West Midlands as a mini version of the "beast from the east" is to return.Read the full story ›
Severn Trent says its teams are fixing an unprecedented number of burst water pipes due to freezing weather temperatures.Read the full story ›
Severn Trent and South Staffs Water say supplies have been hit due to a large number of burst pipes.Read the full story ›
Burbage Junior School was only one of a handful in the East Midlands to remain open todayRead the full story ›
Staff at a children's hospital brought buckets of snow to a ward, giving young patients the chance to build snowmen inside.Read the full story ›
Snow Days: What are your employment rights if you can't get in to work due to the extreme weather?Read the full story ›
A homeless man has been found dead in a tent near a church, after sleeping rough in freezing temperatures.Read the full story ›
The charity, Homeless Link, are encouraging people help rough sleepers caught up in the current cold snap by using the StreetLink app.
The charity says the app helps connect people sleeping rough with the local services that can support them.
All Ryanair flights have been cancelled to and from East Midlands Airport because of the adverse weather conditions.Read the full story ›
Remote villages in Lincolnshire are "totally cut" off under two feet of snow, emergency services have said.
Lincolnshire Police warned that "most roads" in the county had become impassable and urged people not to make journeys "unless absolutely necessary".
Officers said the A52 had become impassable between Boston and Skegness and that they would not be able to reach stranded drivers.
Not even a snowplough was able to get through, the fire service said.
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