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A former special constable is being hailed a hero after almost certainly saving a child's life when a car nearly hit them in an apparent race hate attack outside a mosque.
An eight-year-old girl called out for her mother and shouted "no daddy" as she was dragged to her death by her father, a court has heard.
Prison violence is "likely to get worse before it gets better", serving inmates have told Sky News.
Westminster attacker Khalid Masood joked with hotel staff the day before he killed five people, after he told his mother: "They'll say I'm a terrorist. I'm not."
Storm Ali has claimed two victims as tens of thousands of people were left without power and transport came to a halt in high winds and lashing rain.
At least two people have been killed as Storm Ali sweeps through the UK with severe gales and heavy rainfall.
British-Iranian dual nationals have been warned by the UK Foreign Office against all but essential travel to Iran.
Theresa May has declared it is the EU's turn to compromise, as she sat down for crunch talks with European leaders.
A high-flying team of Black Country insurance brokers are hoping to make it a double awards delight after being named finalists in two separate awards nights.
Parents and carers in Sandwell can now apply for school places if their child is due to start high school or reception in September 2019.
A multi-award winning Black Country firm of financial advisers is set to add more silverware after being named finalists in a top awards.
Hundreds of local people are set to go back in time for a charity fun run. Each year, fundraisers at the Mary Stevens Hospice organise their annual Neon Night Run which will this year be 1980's themed.
The Duke of Cambridge has unveiled a statue of Major Frank Foley CMG, the 'British Schindler', in Mary Stevens Park, Stourbridge, as part of a wider visit to the West Midlands.
In the first of two visit's to the region, His Royal Highness, the Duke of Cambridge paid a special visit to Acorns Children’s Hospice in Birmingham, to see first-hand the charity’s vital work.
A new community volunteer project has been launched to help tackle litter in Sandwell.
Stars of this year's Birmingham Hippodrome pantomime, Peter Pan, arrived at the theatre for a first glimpse at the festive family spectacular coming this December.
Sky and Netflix have announced details of their partnership, creating what they say will be the UK's "biggest on demand TV service".
Former TV host and comedy writer Denis Norden has died aged 96, his family has said.
British TV presenter and scriptwriter Denis Norden - best known as the host of long-running out-takes show It'll Be Alright On The Night - has died at the age of 96.
French actor Gerard Depardieu has used a trip to North Korea to announce his intention to apply for Turkish citizenship, according to Turkish media reports.
Cristiano Ronaldo faces missing out on a return to Old Trafford to face former club Manchester United after being sent off for Juventus at Valencia in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Anthony Joshua is "serious" and "focused" for his upcoming world heavyweight title fight with Alexander Povetkin, says his sparring partner Martin Bakole.
Tiger Woods has declared himself "very proud" of his results this season and remains confident of claiming his first win of the year at the Tour Championship.
Eden Hazard is not part of the Chelsea squad travelling to Greece to play PAOK in the Europa League on Thursday.
West Bromwich Albion have announced that a deal has been to sell the club to a Chinese investment group headed by Guochuan Lai.
Cradley head to the Isle of Wight tonight looking to make it five National League wins in a row
Walsall Football Club have signed Cyprus striker Andreas Makris from Anorthosis Famagusta for a club-record fee.
Following discussions over the last few days, Wolves Director, Jeff Shi, has made the decision to relieve The Head Coach of his duties.
European airports have privately warned that a "no-deal" Brexit would cause "major disruption and heightened safety risks", Sky News has learned.
EU leaders are meeting in the Austrian city of Salzburg over the next two days with plenty to discuss. What's it all about? Will Brexit finally be solved? What are the sticking points? Your questions are answered here - we hope!