Sick kiddies across Walsall will get an eggstra special treat this weekend thanks to kind hearted cops.
Local bobbies backed a campaign by Walsall charity, Rosie’s Helping Hands, to gather enough Easter eggs for every sick child on wards at City hospital.
Six people remain in custody today (Friday 18 April), accused of offences linked to an attack in Tividale which left a teenage woman with serious burns.
Detectives arrested four men and two women this afternoon in connection with the attack, which happened at 3pm on Tuesday (April 15).
The current inquiry into issues relating to a number of Birmingham schools is being led by the city council, but when community relations are affected it becomes very much a police matter.
A strong integrated community is at the core of the way we police this city and as such I find it odd that I’m being criticised for raising a genuine concern about something I fear could undermine this relationship.
This week we've got a special Easter edition of our weekly infographic.
We look back at some of the news stories from the last seven days and also ahead to the long Bank Holiday weekend.
We find out more about our 'The Only Way Is Safety' campaign which is reminding young people to keep their belongings safe during the Easter holidays.
We also take a look at how residents in Walsall are making a difference by donating chocolate eggs to a local charity.
A schoolboy has been arrested following a public appeal for information after a pensioner was attacked outside a Bilston pub on Friday night (11 April).
Michael Green, 84, was dragged from his car and assaulted as he left the Trumpet public house at around 11.30pm.
Thieves stole his car and dumped it some ten minutes later off Ettingshall Road.
Michael was rushed to hospital and had to undergo surgery for a fractured hip sustained from the assault.
The family made a heartfelt appeal for information and today (17 April) a 14-year-old local boy was arrested on suspicion of robbery.