That's all from BBC Local Live this Friday 31 July.
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Striker Rickie Lambert joins West Bromwich Albion from Liverpool for an undisclosed fee on a two-year deal.
It was all over in just three days, but the Ashes Test at Edgbaston is being heralded as a great success.
About £6m will come from ticket sales, with a further £300,000 per day from food, drink and merchandise at the ground. Marketing Birmingham has forecast the match will bring £26.4m to the local economy.
We'll hear from our reporter James Bovill who is in an Australian-themed bar in Birmingham City centre for the verdict on the game. Join us for BBC Midlands Today on BBC One at 18:30.
It is a cloudy picture with showery outbreaks of rain spreading into the area overnight.
Not as cold as last night with lows of 12C (54F).
These Australia fans told us earlier that if England won by six o'clock tonight they'd be off to Stoke-on-Trent and maybe Worcester tomorrow.
We are trying to come up with helpful suggestions of things to do in Birmingham this weekend. What would you recommend? or tweet @bbcwm .
From Warwickshire's Ian Bell: "The crowd has been incredible. It's been a great week for us, but there's lots of hard work to go over the next couple of weeks.
"The great thing is coming home in familiar surroundings and with a lot of support. When I walked out to bat, it felt like everyone was with me, hopefully that's the start of me coming back to form.
"I've been involved in a few of these series and I know Australia will fight all the way."
Walsall Manor Hospital has experienced huge increases in demand over the last year with a surge in emergency patients.
Here are some of the stories we've been looking at in the BBC WM newsroom this Friday:
There is a breakdown on the M42 northbound between J6 for Birmingham Airport and J7 for Coleshill, drivers are warned .