Police were called to a Warwickshire primary school after two ten-year-old boys spiked their teacher's coffee with a "bleach-like liquid".
Emma Place, a teacher from Clapham Terrace Community Primary School in Leamington Spa, reportedly had her back turned when the 10-year-olds poured the substance into her flask.
Another pupil warned her of the danger before she had a chance to drink the coffee, The Sun said.
A spokesman for Warwickshire Police told the newspaper that the pupils had not realised the "seriousness or severity" of what they did.
A children's book has finally been returned to a public library, 63 years after it was taken out.
The copy of The Adventures of Pinocchio was handed into staff at Rugby Library in Warwickshire during an eight-day fines amnesty.
Staff at the library found the book had a return date of New Year's Eve, 1950.
If the book had been returned after the amnesty ended, the unnamed library user could have faced an 18-pence-per-day penalty, amounting to a staggering £4,147.
Luckily, the local authority caps late returns at £5.22.
Colin Hayfield, Warwickshire County Council's portfolio holder for customers, said:
"We always wanted to use the fines amnesty to welcome people back who haven't visited us for a while and we hope the borrower is enjoying our services again.
"We are pleased that after all this time the borrower felt that they could return the book."
Police have released a picture of a 14-year-old girl who has been missing since yesterday.
Heidi James, who is also known as 'Beth', is believed to have left her home address in Main Street, Long Lawford, Rugby, sometime after 4:30am on New Year's Day.
She has links with Northamptonshire, including Corby and Wellingborough.
She is described as white, 5’7” tall, slim build with shoulder length black hair usually tied in a ponytail. She is believed to be wearing a black onesie with pink hearts on and a dark purple sweater and brown ugg boots. She was not wearing a coat.
Police in Warwickshire are appealing for help to find a 14-year old girl who went missing earlier today.
Heidi James, who's also known as Beth, from Lawford near Rugby, is believed to have left her home after 4.30 this morning.
Officers say Heidi has links to Northamptonshire, including the Corby and Wellingborough areas.
She's described as white, around 5ft 7in and of slim build with shoulder-length black hair. She's believed to be wearing a black onesie with pink hearts on it, a purple sweater and brown Ugg boots.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Warwickshire Police.
Prime Minister David Cameron is due to announce Indian car manufacturer Mahindra Group will open a site in Warwickshire, creating 250 jobs over the next three years.
The firm will make an initial £2 million investment in the project with UK engineering consultancy group Ricardo.
A recent picture of a convicted killer, who escaped from prison while serving two life sentences, has been released by police in a bid to recapture him.
Officers are urging anyone who spots Alan Giles not to approach him but to dial 999 immediately.
Giles was jailed for life at Birmingham Crown Court in 1997 for the murder and kidnap of 16-year-old student Kevin Ricketts.
The 56-year-old was allowed to leave an "open" section of HMP Hewell near Redditch, Worcestershire, on Monday last week and is thought to be living rough, possibly in south Warwickshire.
However, West Mercia Police are keeping an open mind as to Giles's whereabouts and say he could have travelled further afield.
Police are hunting for three "vulnerable" teenage girls who have gone missing from Warwickshire.
Naomi Smallwood, 16, Sophie Hands, 15, and Jenny Mitchell,14, were reported missing shortly after 1.30am on Friday and have not been seen since.
The three girls have contacts in Birmingham, Manchester and Cardiff. Warwickshire Police said all three girls are considered "vulnerable" due to their age.
Police are searching for three schoolgirls, not seen since the early hours of Friday. Naomi Smallwood, 16, Sophie Hands, 15, and Jenny Mitchell, 14, from the Alcester area of Warwickshire, were reported missing shortly after 1.30am on Friday.
Naomi is described as being 5ft 7in, of slim build with blonde and pink hair. She was last seen wearing a purple track suit. Sophie is of slim build, 5ft 6in, with long pink hair which is shaved at one side. She was wearing black jeans and a body warmer.
Jenny, who is 5ft 8in, has blonde hair which has pink and orange colouring in it and also shaved on one side. When last seen she was wearing a pink tracksuit. All the girls are considered to be vulnerable due to their age.
Anyone with information is asked to contact police on 101.
A holiday home built within a ruined 12th century castle was tonight handed Britain's biggest architecture award, the Riba Stirling Prize - the first time a conservation project has triumphed.
Astley Castle in Warwickshire - wrecked by a fire in 1978 - had been in danger of collapse until it was brought back to life by the £1.35 million building project for the Landmark Trust.
Judges of the prize said the winning design dealt with the ruins with "intelligence and practicality", and adding to them architecture which is "rich, visually beautiful and tactile".