That's all from Local Live on Friday 28 August. Join us from 08:00 on Tuesday 1 September for more news, sport, travel and weather for Birmingham and the Black Country.
Most of the lingering showers will die out overnight, but there is a chance some may persist in the west of the region, where it will also be more cloudy. Lows of 13C (55F).
Saturday looks like being mainly dry throughout, with variable amounts of cloud.
West Brom have agreed a fee with Manchester United to sign defender Jonny Evans.
Birmingham Bears will attempt to become the first team to win back-to-back domestic T20 titles at Finals Day on Saturday.
The Bears' defence of their title could hardly have gone much better so far.
Unlike last year, they got off to a flying start and developed the uncanny habit of squeezing over the line in the final few balls.
We'll have the story of a window cleaner who hopes to have set a new record for the number of consecutive marathons in consecutive days in a bid to raise money for a baby charity, after his wife had seven miscarriages.
We'll also be reporting on how Ian Bell is not ready to say goodbye to the Test cricket arena and is looking forward to the Birmingham Bears' bid to defend their T20 Blast title.
Join us for that and more on Midlands Today on BBC One at 18:30.
Birmingham City’s Welsh international winger David Cotterill, 27, has signed a two-year contract extension to his existing deal, tying him to St Andrews until June 2018.
Dudley Council is hoping by holding meetings in more publicly-accessible places it will encourage more people to get involved with decisions affecting their area.
Earlier today they spoke to members of the public in Mary Stevens Park in Stourbridge.
The Express & Star is reporting a body has been found in a car at Russells Hall Hospital.
Asked about the reports, The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust issued a statement saying: "We can confirm there has been an incident in the main visitor car park at Russells Hall Hospital. The incident is being managed by West Midlands Police."
Tamworth Library's opening hours could be reduced as part of an ongoing consultation.
West Bromwich Albion striker Adil Nabi has become the latest European-based footballer to make the move to the Indian Super League.
Albion academy product Nabi, 21, is to join Delhi Dynamos on loan.
Aston-born Nabi will play for a side managed by Brazil legend Roberto Carlos alongside two former Champions League winners - John Arne Riise and Florent Malouda.