A "selfish and wicked" mother has been jailed after filling in false paperwork to stop her ex-husband from attending their son's cremation.Read the full story ›
Celebrities join friends and family of Stephen Sutton in two online campaigns to mark one year since his death and raise money for charity.Read the full story ›
Two people have died in a collision involving a minibus and a lorry.
Emergency crews were called to the crash on the A511 at Tutbury shortly before 7am today.
Both victims were pronounced dead at the scene near Burton-on-Trent, Staffordshire, West Midlands Ambulance Service said.
Six other people have been injured.
One casualty, man in his 20s, was taken to hospital in a critical condition after suffering serious head injuries, Staffordshire Police confirmed.
Ed Miliband has been accused of deliberately scaremongering and trying to frighten people about the future of the NHS in North Staffordshire by David Cameron.
The Prime Minister branded the Labour leader's behaviour a "disgraceful tactic" and criticised again his alleged use of the word weaponise in relation to the health service.
Mr Cameron was responding to a question from Labour's Joan Walley about the release of a KPMG report into the state of the Staffordshire NHS.
I know that the University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust are working hard with the Trust Development Authority and other parties involved to manage a safely and timely transition of services. All parties should work together to do that.
But I have to say it is not helped by the Leader of the Opposition going to Stafford and deliberately scaremongering and trying to frighten local people.
He has said that North Stafford Hospital is on the 'road to closure'. This is what he means by weaponising the NHS. It is an absolutely disgraceful tactic. You know it's not true, he knows it is not true but he hasn't got the gumption to say so.
Inspirational fundraiser Stephen Sutton joins Peaches Geldof and Robin Williams in Google UK's list of most searched-for deaths this year.Read the full story ›
A letter from a WWI general has revealed more about the iconic Christmas Day truce - and how he planned to use it once battle resumed.Read the full story ›
A terrified family had to leave their home for three days after finding the spiders - which are feared to have been the world's most toxic.Read the full story ›
A six-year-old boy reported missing in Trentham Pitts, near Loggerheads in Staffordshire, has been found "safe and well", police have said.
UPDATE: Missing 6yo boy Callum has just been found safe & well. Thank you all for your help & RTs, much appreciated.
Police in Newcastle-under-Lyme in Staffordshire are searching for a missing six-year-old boy in Trentham Pitts, near Loggerheads.
Police say he was last seen wearing a black helmet and dark blue overalls, riding a black quad bike, at around 1.15pm this afternoon.
1/2 URGENT APPEAL: We are searching for missing 6yo boy in Trentham Pitts - nr Willoughbridge park off Lordsley Lane off A53 nr Loggerheads
2/2 last seen riding blk quad bike @ 1.15pm & is wearing blk helmet & dark blue overalls, pls ring 101 inc 330 if you see him
Campaigners have delivered a 10,000 signature petition to Downing Street in a bid to stop the Government from selling off a Staffordshire town hall that contains a unique First World War memorial.
Fenton Town Hall, whose memorial pays tribute to 500 soldiers, is being marketed by the Ministry of Justice to private buyers for around £500,000.
Save Fenton Town Hall campaigners want the hall to be preserved as a community building.