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Specialist teams are continuing to search land near to where a teenager disappeared more than 20 years ago.
It's a private investigation team that is searching for Nicola Payne at Coombe Abbey Country Park, Warwickshire.
A number of items have already been recovered, but nothing "significant", says Peter Faulding from Specialist Group International.
He said: "It is now about looking for evidence, looking for evidence relating to Nicola’s disappearance, so perhaps something connected to her, something she had with her, as well as, of course, crucially looking for Nicola."
Precinct shopping in Coventry during the city's post-war years is to be celebrated in an exhibition as part of a major arts festival.Copyright: City Architects/Coventry ArchivesCopyright: Richard Sadler
The photographs were taken by Coventry City Council architects and renowned photographer Richard Sadler and document changes in the city during the 1950's.Copyright: City Architects/Coventry Archives
The exhibition runs from 15 to 31 March at Artspace Arcadia Gallery in the City Arcade.
Some of the main stories on the Coventry Telegraph website today are:
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The B4103 Castle Road - Kenilworth Ford - is closed in both directions between Castle Hill and B4101 Forrest Road due to high water.Copyright: Richard Robinson
Flood warnings and alerts have been issued by the Environment Agency across the region, with roads in Warwickshire and Worcestershire already affected.
The alerts cover the length of the Severn through Worcestshire.
Flood gates have been closed at New Street in Upton-upon-Severn.Copyright: Environment Agency
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There will be a mixture of sunny spells and cloud around today with the odd shower this afternoon and highs of 10C (50F).
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning this evening for heavy rain.
It covers parts of the West Midlands including Staffordshire and Warwickshire:Copyright: Met Office
The Met Office says the heavy rain could lead to more surface water flooding.
Kenilworth School's under 15s are preparing for a trip to Twickenham after making it to the National Schools Rugby final.
The wet weather will ease from this evening, with some patchy mist and fog overnight. Lows of 4C (39F).
The team were invited to compete in the Ability Counts League at Aston Villa
A "full investigation" will be conducted into claims that more than 100 members of the public abused a man running a charity stall at Stratford-upon-Avon market on Saturday, police said.Copyright: Warwickshire Pride
Warwickshire Police said they'd made an appointment to take a statement from the member of Warwickshire Pride, who said he'd endured three hours of abuse in the town.
One person approached the stall to say that he has nothing against LGBT+ people "because it’s an illness that people can’t help catching", the organisation said.
Ch Insp Lee Kemp said: "Hate crime of any kind is completely unacceptable and we will conduct a full investigation into these incidents."
BBC Midlands Today Special Correspondent
The search for the remains of Coventry teenager Nicola Payne has resumed at Coombe Abbey this afternoon.
A specialist investigation team is carrying out searches of the lake and surrounding land to try to locate the body of the 18-year-old.Copyright: BBC
Nicola went missing from her home in Henley Green in 1991.
Peter Faulding, CEO of Specialist Group International, the firm that is leading the investigation in Coombe Country Park, said he remained confident he would find the teenager's body.
The Selecter and The Specials, at the forefront of the 2-Tone scene in Coventry, were both highlighted in an Arena documentary on this day in 1980.
NME journalist Adrian Thrills visited the city for the film Rudies Come Back.
It may not be with the original line-ups, but 38 years on both bands are still performing.
After heavy rain over the weekend and more forecast today, the Environment Agency has issued flood alerts for rivers across the region.Copyright: Environment Agency
Flooding is possible, particularly on low lying land and rural roads.
With river levels expected to rise over the next couple of days, the flood gate at New Street in Upton-upon- Severn has been closed.
BBC News education and social affairs reporter
Life began at 40 for severely learning-disabled Colleen, say her sisters, when she moved into her own home.Copyright: BBC
She is living happily in her Coventry house, 11 years after leaving unsuitable residential care, thanks to a carefully-crafted network of 24-hour care and a range of state benefits.
But due to the impending removal of the housing part of her support, known as Support for Mortgage Interest (SMI), that security has been mired in uncertainty and anxiety.
Colleen is one of 124,000 households in England who receive this particular benefit.
Homophobic abuse forced a Pride organisation to abandon their stall at a Warwickshire market over the weekend, it said.Copyright: Warwickshire Pride
Stratford-upon-Avon MP Nadhim Zahawi said he would be working with police after volunteers for Warwick Pride were subjected to a "shocking amount of anti-LGBT+ comments and behaviours" from members of the public at the town's market.Copyright: Nadhim Zahawi / Twitter
In a statement, the organisation said more than 100 people "walked past the stall or approached it and either tutted, gave looks of disgust or made comments".
The incidents have been reported to Warwickshire Police, it said.