The building came crashing down to the shock of residents who feared the worst but luckily the occupants were not in.Read the full story ›
Shocking footage released by emergency services in the East Midlands shows the moment a man attacks paramedics in the back of an ambulance.Read the full story ›
The ambulance isn't on the road today, and needs repairs which will costs hundreds of pounds.Read the full story ›
The public are being asked to stay away from Northampton and Kettering hospitals following a surge in demand over the holiday period.Read the full story ›
Staffordshire Police have issued a health warning after an increase in reports of people falling ill after taking so-called ‘legal highs.’Read the full story ›
AA and RAC patrol teams have always been trained in basic mechanics - from engine failure to fixing a punctured tyre.
But Nick, who has been working as an AA patrol man for over 20 years, says the job is now completely different:
He told ITV News Central that he feels more like a "computer wizz kid" than a traditional mechanic:
For Nick, it seems that technology has dramatically altered the role of the recovery man.
But what will the future look like for road recovery services?
The roadside recovery vehicle is a welcome sight to anyone with car trouble but the vans haven't always been there to assist break downs.Read the full story ›
ITV News Central takes a look at its beginnings over 100 years ago and considers the future of such a vital service.Read the full story ›
West Midlands Fire Service currently employs 1,322 full-time firefighters, who work from 38 fire stations serving a population of 2.7 million people.
But in recent years, they've had to make some tough decisions over the way the service is run, after what they say have been "extremely challenging cuts".
A report to the fire authority in April this year, highlighted that £21m in grants has been lost to WMFS since 2011.
So how can they move forward when faced with such a tight budget:
ITV News Central has been taking a look at how the service began and how it's continuing to adapt today with less money in the budget.Read the full story ›