The victim suffered serious head and torso injuries during "several incidents" on Sunday evening.
Coventry's Priory visitor centre, which was closed in 2016 due to council cuts, is now reopening.
BBC Sport columnist Jeremy Guscott expects Exeter to edge a tight, but high-scoring Premiership final against Wasps.
League One side Bury sign Burton Albion midfielder Callum Reilly on a two-year deal.
Wasps scrum-half Joe Simpson expects a classic contest with Exeter as the Premiership's two most attacking teams meet in the final.
Daniel Kirkwood's family calls for the former Society nightclub, on Tower Street, to be demolished.
Kurtley Beale is ruled out of Saturday's Premiership final between Wasps and Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham (14:30 BST).
Coventry City full-back Dion Kelly-Evans signs new one-year contract with the relegated Sky Blues.
Officers are questioning a man from the Warwickshire town in connection with the Manchester attack.
Chris Howe was serving on HMS Coventry when it was sunk during the Falklands War. He speaks to BBC News on the anniversary of the tragedy.
Theresa May is to raise UK concerns with Donald Trump over latest intelligence leaks to the US media.
A man, now in his 30s, says he had sex with Julie Wadsworth up to 15 times as a teenager.
Coventry City agree to sign goalkeeper Liam O'Brien on a two-year deal when his contract expires at Portsmouth.
Its owner claims his customers helped him correctly call Brexit and the 2015 election result.
A member of the consortium hoping to buy Coventry City urges owners Sisu to name their price, after a third offer is rejected.
The motorway remains closed following accident near the Oxfordshire and Warwickshire border
Wasps flanker James Haskell is wary of being too excited by his Lions call-up as he has to focus on Saturday's Premiership final first.
Marcus Trescothick breaks Somerset's record for the most first-class centuries to help his side avoid defeat by Warwickshire.
Relegated League One side Coventry City agree to sign Leyton Orient captain Liam Kelly on a two-year contract.
Julie Wadsworth invited boys to follow them into the trees "one at a time", a court hears.