Volunteers are fighting to raise ten thousand pounds to cover damage done to two historic railway carriages by vandals.Read the full story ›
The family of a woman who was killed by her partner in a hammer attack have described the 'immense pain' they suffered after her death.Read the full story ›
Police have been searching near a home where a woman was found dead in Worcester.Read the full story ›
We look back at Birmingham's bid and how it won over the Commonwealth Games Federation with its campaign.Read the full story ›
There are thousands of incidents of fly-tipping across the West Midlands every year - a major blight on our cities and towns. Now one council is trying to tackle the problem by checking that local businesses aren't cutting corners with waste disposal.
Wolverhampton saw almost 3500 reported cases of fly-tipping in the eight months up to August this year. Our reporter Melissa Wright joined a council team as they took to the streets this morning.
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall have been in the Midlands today - just a day after Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced their engagement.
Prince Charles met well-wishers in Stoke-on-Trent, telling them he was "very happy" about the wedding. The royal couple visited a chapel in Hanley, a pottery museum and Stoke City Football Club. ITV News Central reporter Melissa Wright was there.
Police are investigating the death of a 21-month-old girl in Birmingham after being found in a house with serious injuries at the weekend. Melissa Wright reports.
A school which had a Remembrance Garden for former pupils vandalised has held a special ceremony of rededication. The service was also to remember students who have given their lives in conflict.
Police are still investigating the unexplained attack at Loughborough Grammar School in August in which commemorative trees were torn down. Melissa Wright reports.
Buses are a lifeline for thousands of people across the Midlands, but some routes are slower now than they have been in years with roadworks and congestion taking their toll.
Midlanders make millions of bus journeys every year, but one operator says the average speed on some of its routes is now just six miles per hour. We sent our reporter Melissa Wright on one of the buses in central Birmingham during our live programme to find out what the problem is.