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A woman who broke down in tears when she heard for the first time in 39 years said the most beautiful sound in the world is a baby's laugh.Read the full story ›
Five NHS trusts in the Midlands have come under fire after it emerged bosses were sitting on more than £134 million of spare cash.Read the full story ›
A manhunt has been launched after a woman was apparently stabbed with a needle outside a railway station.Read the full story ›
A young mother and son have been reunited with a kindly stranger who left them £5 and a note, praising her mothering skills.Read the full story ›
A motorist has been charged with drink-driving while allegedly speeding at 100 mph.
Police said the driver was arrested after being stopped in roadworks on the A38(M) in Birmingham, where a temporary 30mph limit is currently in place.
Officers said the driver was more than double the legal limit after a reading of 72 microgrammes of alcohol was recorded while in custody.
The driver, who has not been named by police, is due to appear in court on February 10.
An internal review into the Trojan Horse scandal has found no instances of the Department for Education ignoring "specific warnings" of extremism in Birmingham schools but it "lacked inquisitiveness" on the issue in the past.
High winds inflicted serious damage on this derelict pub in the Harborne area of Birmingham last night.
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Fox News contributor Steven Emerson has said he will apologise to the people of Birmingham "for as long as he lives" for falsely claiming the city was a "no-go" city for non-Muslims.
Mr Emerson, who said he is a self-employed terrorism analyst, sparked outrage when he told a Fox News segment that Birmingham was "a totally Muslim city where non-Muslims simply don't go in".
He told ITV News that he has now made a £500 donation to the cancer ward at Birmingham Children's Hospital by way of apology to people in the city.
He had been talking about so-called Islamification in Europe and "no-go" areas when he identified Birmingham.
It was a mistake that was inexcusable, and I apologise, and I will continue to apologise to every resident of Birmingham as long as I live.