We're back at 08:00 on Monday with our usual mix of news, sport, travel and weather, but keep an eye out here for updates throughout the evening.
- Updates from Friday 15 July 2016
Presenter, BBC Midlands Today
The parents of Rosie Ross, a teenager who was stabbed to death in Birmingham, are holding a final walk in her memory this weekend.
Since Rosie's death at the age of 16 in 2001 more than £350,000 has been raised for local projects which help young people.
Karen and Sean Ross will close their charity, Rosie's Helping Hands, following Sunday's event at Aldridge Airfield in Walsall.Copyright: BBC
Speed cameras in Birmingham are now not being switched on this Monday as planned.
The city council said "the terrible weather this summer" has "prevented our contractors fitting and testing all of the equipment needed".
The switch on has been postponed to 8 August.Copyright: Thinkstock
BBC WM, Journalist
A nightclub in Dudley has had its licence suspended after a spate of violence.
Police say they've been called to Rock Zombie 32 times so far this year and 13 crimes have been recorded there, with a sharp spike in the last few weeks.
The licence is suspended until next month, when a full hearing will take place.
There's a lane blocked and slow traffic on the M42 northbound between J3, A435 (Portway) and J3a M40, because of a broken down vehicle, BBC Travel reports.
There's also slow traffic on the M42 southbound between J5, A41 (Solihull) and J4, A34 (Shirley), because of an earlier broken down vehicle. All lanes have been re-opened.
A bearded dragon is being nursed back to health after spending a knight on the rep-tiles.
The lizard was discovered, cold and stressed, inside a shopping bag on a bench opposite Birmingham’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital.Copyright: RSPCA
Raj Kaur Bilkhu
A Birmingham man has spoken about the horror unfolding outside his hotel in Nice where 84 people were killed in an attack yesterday.
Kevin Harris filmed what was happening on his phone in the aftermath of the attack.Copyright: Kevin HarrisQuote Message: After a few minutes they started bringing white towels from the nearby beach club and placing them on top of these poor souls on the ground, which obviously let us know they were not alive." from Kevin Harris
No organisation has yet claimed responsibility for the attack.
BBC News Online
A man has netted £1m after placing a bet on Portugal striker Eder to score the first goal in the Euro 2016 final.
Kitchen fitter Daman Chick, 32, from Birmingham, had predicted a goal in the 84th minute, but Eder scored in the 109th minute as France lost 1-0.
BetVictor said as the closest bet he won the Million Pound Goal prize.Copyright: EDWARD SHAW/BETVICTOR/PA
Trains are running slowly....
Political editor, Midlands
Nearly one month on from that epic referendum result, I've been sounding out opinions in the part of Britain which voted more enthusiastically than anywhere else for the UK to leave the EU.
Almost 60% voted leave in the Midlands as a whole. In Stoke-on-Trent the figure was 10% higher even than that. So I wanted to know if Midlanders had stumbled into something they now regret.Copyright: Thinkstock
There's a lane closed and heavy traffic on the M6 northbound between J2, M69 (Coventry) and J3, A444 (Nuneaton), because of debris on the road, BBC Travel reports.
The Church of England is encouraging players of the new app game, Pokémon Go, to use it as part of their worship.
Gamers have been flocking to St Stephen's in Rednal, Birmingham, which been registered on the game as a "pokéstop" - places players visit to get certain items they need to play the game.
Church communities have been encouraged to place welcome signs outside and hold so-called "Poképarties" for players.Copyright: SOPHIA KEMBOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images
Raj Kaur Bilkhu
Some of the stories this hour:
- West Midlands MEP Bill Etheridge has announced interest to be the next leader of UKIP
- Birmingham and Solihull Jazz and Blues Festival kicks off today with 200 performances over 10 days
Newsreader, BBC WM
The MP for South Staffordshire is starting his new role as chief whip of the Conservative Party.
The new Prime Minister, Theresa May, promoted Gavin Williamson to the position yesterday in her Cabinet shuffle.
He told us what his job will involve.Copyright: BBCQuote Message: It's not just trying to persuade members of Parliament to do things, its actually sometimes trying to persuade the government to do things and quite often, not to do things. from Gavin Williamson
A teenager with a rare life-limiting condition has been taken to his prom in Birmingham in an ambulance.
A teenager has been charged with firearms offences after seven teenagers were arrested and a gun seized at a Nando's restaurant.
Police were called to Bishopsgate Street in Birmingham on Wednesday evening where it's thought a fight broke out.
A 17-year-old is due before Birmingham Magistrates this morning.
Six other teenagers who were arrested have been bailed while investigations continue, said West Midlands Police,
Raj Kaur Bilkhu
You can't count on the weather but you can count on the Birmingham and Solihull Jazz and Blues Festival entertaining you this weekend.
More than 200 performances are taking place across the region over the next ten days, most of which will be free.
Artists from as far as Lithuania and Argentina will be playing at around 40 venues.
So time to dust off those dancing shoes!Copyright: Birmingham and Solihull Jazz and Blues Festival