Ten people have been arrested after police searching for a missing woman found a body at a house.
West Midlands Police said the body, found in Victory Lane, Walsall, at around 8pm on Friday, had not yet been formally identified. A police spokesman said:
The address has been sealed off and a murder investigation has been launched.
Ten people - five men and five women - at the address were arrested on suspicion of murder and remain in custody at this time helping officers with their inquiries.
A motorist has died and eight people have been injured in a crash involving a car and a bus.
The bus driver and seven passengers were taken to hospital following the crash on Birmingham Road in Walsall tonight.
The driver of the car was pronounced dead at the scene.
Emergency services were called to reports of a crash involving a X51 bus and a car just after 6pm near the County Hotel.
The Labour MP for Birmingham Ladywood, Shabana Mahmood, said an arrest in connection with the murder of local pensioner Mohammed Saleem is a "significant step" towards "getting justice".
I welcome the news that an arrest has been made in connection with the murder of Mr Saleem, a much-loved member of our community.
Although nothing can bring him back, the fact that a significant step has been taken towards getting justice for Mr Saleem will be a comfort to his family and the community in Small Heath.
It is shocking that Mr Saleem's brutal murder may have occurred as an act of terrorism - and it is vital that the community continues to support the police as they progress their investigations.
A 25-year-old man being questioned over explosions at three mosques in Walsall, Tipton and Wolverhampton has been arrested in relation to what police are calling "a further act of terrorism".
He is being held in connection with the murder of 82-year-old Mohammed Saleem Chaudhry, who was stabbed three times in the back as he walked home from a mosque in Small Heath, Birmingham in April.
ITV News reporter Helen Callaghan reports:
A 25-year-old man being questioned over explosions at three mosques in Walsall, Tipton and Wolverhampton has been arrested in relation to "a further act of terrorism" in connection with the murder of pensioner Mohammed Saleem, West Midlands Police has said.
Mohammed Saleem Chaudhry, 82, was stabbed three times in the back as he walked home from a mosque in Small Heath, Birmingham in April.
Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale, of West Midlands Police, said: "The murder of Mohammed Saleem now forms part of the wider West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit Investigation."
Counter terrorism officers have today been given an extra week to question two Ukrainian men in connection with three explosions near to mosques across the West Midlands.
The extension was granted this morning by Westminster Magistrates Court.
The 25 and 22-year-old were arrested in Small Heath, Birmingham, on Thursday and are suspected of involvement in explosions near mosques in Walsall, Tipton and Wolverhampton.
Two men arrested under the Terrorism Act over an explosion near a mosque in Walsall are also being questioned over a separate blast at a mosque in Tipton which scattered debris including nails around the area, West Midlands Police.
Two Eastern European men have been arrested in connection with the explosion near Aisha Mosque in Walsall last month.
The 25-year-old and 22-year-old were arrested just before 3pm today.
Police are searching an area of Talbot Way in Small Heath and as a precaution homes have been evacuated.
A man arrested in connection with a home-made explosive found near a mosque has been released on bail.
The 75-year-old had been arrested after a device exploded outside the mosque in Walsall.
The home of a 75-year-old man is being searched by police after an explosive device was found near to a Walsall mosque last week.
The pensioner was arrested today on suspicion of causing an explosion likely to endanger life or damage property, as part of an investigation by the West Midlands Counter Terrorism Unit. He is now being questioned by detectives.
Police received reports of a suspicious item at the Aisha mosque in Rutter Street, Walsall on June 22. Witnesses say the device exploded outside the perimeter building on Friday night but not realising the significance of the “loud bang", they did not report it to police.
It was only when a member of the public recovered the debris and took it inside the mosque the following day, the police were contacted.