A primary school that barred a girl from a trip to reward good attendance after she took a day off for her mother's funeral blames a computer for the blunder.
A limousine used by former Argentine President Juan Domingo Peron and his wife Eva is to be auctioned.
A woman who died in a crash between two cars in Coventry is named as Kristina Jakus.
A row of trees and bushes which screen a cemetery from a main road could be removed to make way for 1,200 new graves.
More than 70 reports about zombies, witches and ghosts are made to West Midlands Police in three years.
A suspected metal thief collapses and dies after being apprehended by Warwickshire Police officers.
A former magistrate drove into a coffee shop, injuring several people, because he mistook his accelerator for the brake pedal, a court hears.
Warwickshire County Council comes under fire for underspending by £21m while cutting services.
The Conservative MP with the most marginal constituency in the country is to stand down at the 2015 general election.
The chief executive of the West Midlands and East of England ambulance services is criticised after seeing his annual pay rise by £50,000.
Headlines from the West Midlands political week
Repairs funding for crumbling cathedrals
National League side Coventry Storm sign former Stoke Potters captain Luke Priest to cover for the injured Luke Crang.
Jonathan Trott hits his second half century of the summer as Warwickshire reply to Sussex's 413 all out with 163-3.
Teenage Nuneaton Town right-back Daniel Kavanagh signs a new contract with the Conference Premier side.
Jeetan Patel takes a hat-trick for Birmingham Bears as his side claim a five-wicket win at Yorkshire in the T20 Blast.
Coventry City boss Steven Pressley says Reda Johnson's vocal presence makes him an ideal captain for the club.
The boss of the NHS in England defends his role in the Stafford Hospital scandal when he is called in front of MPs.
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