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".
Rush-hour commuters travelling on the M6 faced lengthy tailbacks after a luxury sports car caught fire.
A photograph posted on Twitter by the Central Motorway Police Group showed firecrews beside the burnt-out wreckage of the Lamborghini Murcielago on the motorway, near Coleshill, Warwickshire.
The northbound carriageway of the M6 was closed as emergency crews dealt with the incident, which caused long delays on both the M6 and M42.
No-one was seriously injured in the blaze, which broke out at about 9am.
Staff at Twycross Zoo have revealed how they tempted a group of straying chimpanzees back into their correct living areas:
Keepers encouraged the chimps back into their normal living areas with ice cream and fizzy drinks.
The zoo reopened at 11.30am today and all of the chimps are fine, if not a little excited about having ice cream for breakfast.
Twycross Zoo was closed to the public after "some chimpanzees" got into an area where they should not have been.
A spokeswoman for Leicestershire Police said: "A call came in at 9.35am from the zoo to let us know that some chimpanzees, that were in the process of being moved from one building to another.
"In the process of this they have perhaps gone into an area of that building that they shouldn't have been in.
"They don't appear to have actually physically escaped. As a precaution, we've been called by the zoo."
The spokeswoman said they stopped people going into the park for a "short time", and added that there was no danger to anyone in the park and no animals were on the loose.
Twycross Zoo has re-opened following an 'animal incident'. It has not be confirmed what animal was involved.
A spokesperson for Twycross Zoo say they are dealing with an 'animal incident' on site and the zoo is currently closed to the public:
We're currently resolving an animal incident on site and the zoo will be closed to the public until further notice.
We can confirm there has been an incident involving one of our animals. Twycross Zoo's team are working to resolve the situation as quickly as possible, whilst ensuring the safety of the public and staff. The zoo is closed at present however we anticipate the zoo will reopen today and we will update you at 12 noon.
Here's the extraordinary story of Coco the cat, and her arthritic joints. Coco's nearly 16 years old, which in human years, makes her in her nineties .
She has arthritis, and she's also been hit by a car, but thanks to an animal hydrotherapy pool, Coco now has a spring in her step.
This is one fearless feline, and she's taken to the pool like a duck to water. Jane Hesketh reports.