A man has been arrested after three members of the same family were stabbed at their Dudley home this morning (30/03).
Modfather Paul Weller has announced that he is set to play Birmingham's Genting Arena on March 2, 2018.
Two people were arrested in Birmingham today on suspicion of terrorism offences.
Counter-terrorism police are searching several properties in Birmingham.
CH2M's £170m contract was to develop Phase 2b from Crewe to Manchester and Birmingham to Leeds.
The family of a man who was killed in a city centre collision on Sunday (26 March) have paid tribute to their “well respected son, husband, father and work colleague”.
Canadian comic and actor Tom Green will perform for fans in Birmingham this summer, it has been announced.
The past twelve months have been a whirlwind for Stockport boys Blossoms.
Police, including armed officers, were dispatched to Grovenor Shopping Centre on Bristol Road in Northfield this morning (29/03), following reports of a man carrying an axe.
Birmingham, the Black Country and the wider West Midlands are poised to win a chunk of the £5 billion of investment set to come from Qatar in the next three years, the Secretary of State for International Trade Dr Liam Fox says.
Chief Inspector Nicolas Rowe, head of the West Midlands Police Football Unit, is appealing for information following a disturbance that took place during and after February’s football match between, Wolverhampton Wanderers and Birmingham City FC.
Birmingham is the obvious location for Channel 4’s new home outside of London, Birmingham City Council leader John Clancy said today (29/03).
The men tried to drag her out of the car before brandishing the weapon at her throat.
A man being treated by ambulance crews for serious injuries died at the scene.
A range of spectacular images have been released today (28/03) of Birmingham’s changing skyline, taken at sunrise from the roof of the city’s tallest office building, the Grade II listed Alpha Birmingham.
The stronger his faux contempt for his audience grows, the funnier Stewart Lee becomes.
Pupils from three local primary schools in south Birmingham have been busy capturing their favourite memories of visits to the old pool at Northfield to mark the start of construction of a brand new community facility.
A newly-opened pub changes its name after a threat from lawyers of a craft beer producer.
Emergency Services were called to reports of a car which had left the carriageway, shortly after 2.30PM this afternoon (27/03), on the southbound carriageway of the M42 between Junctions 8 and 7a.
Manchester City Women are to host Liverpool in the Women's FA Cup semi-finals, while Chelsea will visit Birmingham City.
A man died when he was hit by a car being pursued by police in Birmingham.
This pair of penguins are crossing their flippers and readying their nests for some potential spring arrivals.
Comedy glam rockers The Darkness will return to Birmingham for a show this December, it has been announced.
Ranjit Singh, who has admitted manslaughter, says he heard voices telling him to kill.
Step into your dreams, or rather your nightmares, as the Circus of Horrors brings their carnival of the bizarre to your doorstep.
A new one pound coin, modelled on the threepenny bit, will officially enter circulation on Tuesday (28/03).
From Chapel-en-le-Frith, near Buxton, to Easthampton, Massachussetts; it's been a long and winding road for arch indie miserabilist Lloyd Cole.
Selling out every date on their headline UK tour - Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes brought their raucous live show to Birmingham’s Asylum Venue last night with hair-raising results.
A man has died following a collision on Belgrave Middleway just after 11.40PM (26/03).
Police are hunting the driver of a Ford Mondeo which hit the man and fled the scene.
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THE family of a man killed after an Erdington police chase have paid tribute to their well respected son, husband, father and work colleague.
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The family of a 45 year old man killed when he was involved in a collision with a car in Birmingham on Sunday evening (26th March) have paid tribute to him.
West Midlands police were called to Green Meadow Road in Selly Oak at around 2pm this afternoon (29th March) to reports of shots being fired.
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Sadly, the lady died after the car she was travelling in collided with with a tree this morning.
West Midlands Police dispatched response officers, including firearms and dog support, when they received a call of a man being spotted with an axe in Northfield Shopping Centre at around 10am this morning (Wednesday 29th March).