Coventry end a run of four straight defeats with a 1-0 win over Crawley in the second round of the Checkatrade Trophy.
A mother-of-three died during an operation to remove a kidney tumour after her vital arteries were clamped in error, an inquest hears.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young says Kurtley Beale is close to making his debut after seven months out through injury.
At least three-quarters of West Midlands MPs have been abused or threatened while doing their job, a BBC investigation finds.
A new gift-giving tradition has crept into UK homes, but what do you put in a Christmas Eve box?
The director of Rogue One is hoping to use Star Wars to help educate people about Angelman Syndrome, which affects his niece.
Gareth Edwards, director of the latest Star Wars movie, has produced a film to promote awareness of a rare genetic syndrome his niece was born with.
Eoin Morgan and Alex Hales are named in England's ODI and T20 squads to face India, but Ben Duckett, James Vince and Steven Finn are dropped.
The public is being asked to help track down Santa's lost sleighs and the Co-op staff who worked on them.
The headlines from the political week are reviewed in 60 seconds by BBC Sunday Politics West Midlands.
Coventry caretaker boss Mark Venus "feels for everyone connected with the club" after their FA Cup exit at Cambridge.
The government says it has 'no plans' to spend about £1bn on buying the M6 Toll road in order to make it free for users.
A stately home in Warwickshire is trying to raise funds for a new visitor centre by building 12 new homes on its land.
Live coverage of Sunday's FA Cup second round game between Cambridge United and Coventry City.
All week you have been using Your Questions to ask about the West Midlands. Here are some of our answers.
An appeal is launched to find the "lost sleighs" of the Co-op and the company and staff who worked on them.
Worcester Warriors host Wasps in Sunday's Premiership fixture at Sixways (15:00 GMT)
Prisoners moved from London to a jail near Rugby are blamed by staff for a "sharp rise" in violence.
A man denies murdering a postman whose body was found in a Warwickshire lane.
West Midlands Police and Crime Commissioner David Jamieson is being taken to an Employment Tribunal by his former deputy, the BBC learns.