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  1. About 100 jobs due to be created at new car parts factory in Telford
  2. Snow and ice causing disruption across the county
  3. Updates from Friday 13 January

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By Lisa Wright

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  1. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: B4375 Shropshire both ways

    BBC Travel

    B4375 Shropshire both ways severe disruption, between Lodge Lane and B4376.

    B4375 Shropshire - B4375 Benthall Lane in Broseley blocked in both directions between the Lodge Lane junction and the B4376 junction, because of a police incident.

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  2. Envelope update

    Severe accident: Shropshire both ways

    BBC Travel

    Shropshire both ways severe accident, around A442 Queensway.

    Shropshire - One lane closed and slow traffic on Stirchley Interchange in The Wyke around Stirchley Interchange, because of an accident.

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  3. Our live coverage across the day

    That's it for our live coverage for Shropshire today.

    We'll be back on Monday from 08:00.

  4. Weather: Latest forecast for the West Midlands

    BBC Weather

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    Video caption: BBC Midlands Today's Rebecca Wood has your forecast

    This evening will be dry with clear skies. Showers will move in from the northwest overnight, however, and they will be wintry at times, with icy conditions likely too.  

    Lows of -2C (28F) with a widespread sharp frost likely. 

  5. 'Keep warm' advice issued

    Public Health England in the West Midlands is warning us to "wrap up warm and keep homes at 18C" - temperatures remain low even if some areas have escaped the worst of the weather.

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  6. Dog trainer faces prison sentence over sheep deaths

    Nicola Goodwin

    Reporter, BBC Hereford & Worcester

    A dog trainer has been warned he could face a prison sentence after allowing his dogs to kill and injure more than 50 lambs. 

    Charles Ross-Robertson, who's 64 from Stanton Lacy, near Ludlow, pleaded guilty at Hereford Crown Court to allowing his two Rottweilers to be dangerously out of control. 

    The dogs killed 35 lambs in Risbury in September and another 20 were so badly injured that they had to be put down, eight lambs are still missing. 

    He will be sentenced in March and an application has been made for the dogs to be destroyed.

  7. Why did the Grosvenor Picture House close in Oakengates in 1967?

    Readers have been using Your Questions to tell us what they want to know about the West Midlands.

    You can find out why a once popular picture house in Shropshire closed in 1967.

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  8. Latest headlines: Dog trainer's animals killed 35 lambs; tree crushes car and severs power lines; care home rated 'inadequate'

    Here are our top stories this evening:

    •  A dog trainer whose Rottweilers killed dozens of lambs has pleaded guilty to allowing his animals to be dangerously out of control
    •  A care home in Telford has been branded inadequate - and put in special measures
    • A huge tree has fallen down in Madeley, Telford, severing power supplies and crushing a car  
  9. Watch: Huge tree crushes car and severs power lines

    A huge tree has fallen down in Madeley, Telford, severing power supplies to more than 100 homes and "crushing a car" local resident Steven Bishop says.

    Mr Bishop captured this video as tree surgeons attempted to clear the tree.

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    Video caption: A tree falls down in Telford, crushing a car and cutting power to hundreds of homes
  10. Care home rated 'inadequate'

    Tim Page

    News Editor, BBC Shropshire

    A care home in Telford has been branded inadequate - and put in special measures.

    The Care Quality Commission said there weren't enough staff "to meet people's needs safely" at St George's Park, on School Street, when it inspected last autumn.

    The CQC report said it had received "widespread concerns about the standard of care provided", while one visitor told inspectors a relative had to wait three hours to be taken to the toilet.

    Rotherwood Healthcare, which took over the home in mid-2015, said it was "fully committed to turning it around". It added a specialist company has been contracted to help make the improvements.

    St George's Park Care Home