Some stories from the Stoke Sentinel that are making headlines today include:
It's going turn a little chillier over the next few days but today we also have the risk of showers.
We could see some heavy rain and even a rumble of thunder, and you can expect some overnight frost.
Temperatures will reach between 7 and 12 Celsius.Copyright: BBC
Here are some of the stories on the Stoke-on-Trent Live website:
Today is expected to be dry with a good deal of cloud. It will feel chilly under the cloud with light winds of variable direction. Highs of 6 to 9C (43 to 48F).
Tonight will be dry and cloudy throughout. Mist and fog patches will develop overnight under calm conditions. A cold night with light winds. Lows of 2 to 5C (36 to 41F).
Get the latest forecast on the BBC Weather site.
It will be a dull, grey day with lingering patches of fog and cloud with highs of 8°C (46°F).Copyright: BBC
Infections have "continued to decrease" across the UK in the week to 19 February, the latest figures from the ONS infection survey suggest.Copyright: BBC
In the West Midlands, one in 140 people are estimated to be testing positive for coronavirus in the period.
At England level, one in 145 people are estimated to be testing positive for the coronavirus compared with one in 115 last week.
About 97% of people aged over 70 in the region have received a Covid-19 vaccine but there is concern that take-up is lower among some ethnic minority groups and people who live in poorer neighbourhoods.
We're forecast sunshine and clear skies today, with a very light breeze.
Temperatures could rise to about 11C (52F) and we'll have a clear, mild night too.
You can read more about the forecast on the BBC Weather page.Copyright: Liam Ball
Officers in Staffordshire are warning people to be wary of online fraudsters claiming to be selling puppies and dogs after a rise in incidents over the past week.
Facebook Marketplace and Gumtree are two places involved in a number of the reports, Staffordshire Police said.Copyright: Getty Images
A spokesman for the force said: "Please be vigilant when browsing animals for sale and do everything you can to make sure the adverts are from genuine sellers before parting with any money.
"If anything arouses suspicion at all or doesn’t seem to quite add up, please, please don’t send them any money."