Football fans in Birmingham are being offered free taxi rides home after England's World Cup match tonight.
A taxi firm based in the city will have five cabs at the Colmore Row rank between 1am and 2am as part of an anti-drink-driving campaign run by Think!
The government run campaign has found that three-quarters of fans in Birmingham are planning to drink alcohol during the game against Italy, but a sixth have not worked out how they are getting home afterwards.
Bosses say hope the initiative will remind fans not to drink and drive.
A promising teenage athlete has been jailed for four years following a string of gunpoint robberies in a Birmingham park in June last year.
West Midlands Police have released footage of the high speed pursuit of a Wolverhampton gang member who stole almost £40,000 in cigarettes.
A robber from Birmingham who took a picture of his stairs carpeted with all the cash he had stolen has been jailed for eight years.