The government is to fund a memorial to victims of the beach attacks in Tunisia, who include a mother from Tamworth. A second memorial will honour Britons killed in other terror attacks overseas.
A girl whose leg was amputated after a rollercoaster crash at Alton Towers posts a photograph of her with family and friends as her recovery continues.
Rail services between Birmingham New Street and Lichfield resume after being cancelled for most of Saturday because of a fault with an overhead power line.
Customers complain after temporary loss of power and other problems see number of rides close on the same day.
Sir Bradley Wiggins pulls out of Friday's Stafford Grand Prix, in which his own team is competing.
The political headlines from the West Midlands.
With money from fans, production is about to begin on a faithful recreation of the ZX Spectrum home computer.
Nigeria international Peter Odemwingie signs a one-year extension to his contract with English Premier League side Stoke.
Stoke City agree a fee of about £12m with Inter Milan to sign Switzerland midfielder Xherdan Shaqiri.
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