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- Updates for Tuesday 3 March 2015
- More news, sport, travel and weather from 08:00 on Wednesday
BBC WM Sport
Aston Villa face West Bromwich Albion in a huge West Midlands derby this evening. There'll be full coverage of that game on BBC WM 95.6FM, with build-up starting at 19:00.
The former Villa striker Peter Withe and ex-Baggies coach Keith Downing will be part of our team.
Temperatures will drop and icy patches will form on untreated surfaces. Feeling breezy with a minimum temperature of 0C (32F).
BBC Midlands Today
Tonight is the first of two meetings in five days between the West Midlands' two top teams, as they are due to meet again in the FA Cup quarter-final at Villa Park this weekend.
The prize on Saturday is a place at Wembley, but the bigger financial incentive is staying in the Premier League.BBC Sport Online will be running a full live text page on the website on tonight's West Midlands derby at Villa Park, from 19:30.
Officers from the RSPCA found the cat hanging from a window frame at a vacant snooker club on High Oak on Friday afternoon.
The protesters at Spire Parkway Hospital, Solihull, are "disgusted" at the "slow reaction to their cases", a legal representative said.
They were among some 700 women treated by Dr Ian Paterson from 1993 to 2012. Spire Healthcare said Mr Paterson was "personally liable" for private claims but it had settled some cases.
Police restraint against a man who sustained a serious head injury during an incident in 2013 was "proportionate and necessary",the IPCC has found.
The Independent Police Complaints Commission has published a reportfollowing the incident in Hockley in June 2013, where a 59-year-old man became unresponsive when he was restrained.
He has subsequently received medical treatment for his head injury. The investigation found no evidence against either of the officers in relation to the injuries the man sustained.
BBC Local Live
Hainan Airlines is to introduce two weekly flights between Birmingham and Beijing from July.
The flights are expected to carry almost 4,000 Chinese tourists to the UK.
Our top story in the news at 16:00 onBBC WM: It's emerged that the bill for policing last month's EDL protest in Dudley was £321,000.
Dudley Council has already said it cost it £25,000 in staffing and to clean up after event, which happened on 7 February.
Reporter, Midlands Today
Dozens of women who suffered negligent treatment by a breast surgeon havestaged a protest outside a private hospital in Solihull.
Today I've been filming and speaking to some of the campaigners (pictured) who chanted "We want justice".
A year after a review into his actions by the private Spire Healthcare Group, many patients say they are still waiting for compensation.
BBC Local Live
An event to look at housing across the West Midlands is being hosted by Wolverhampton City Council today.
The Local Government Association event is looking at "collaborative working in the region to address the housing challenge".
Speakers include Sir Michael Lyons (pictured), chairman of the English Cities Fund. You can follow the eventvia the Twitter hashtag #BuildingBritain and see more on Midlands Today at 18:30 on BBC One.
Wolves welcome back striker Kevin Doyle after he missed the 1-0 win at Cardiff for the birth of his daughter.
Goalkeeper Carl Ikeme and midfielder Tommy Rowe (both metatarsal) remain sidelined.Read more on BBC Sport.
You can hear match updates on BBC WM 95.6FM tonight from 19:00.
Weather Presenter, BBC Midlands Today
We're starting to see some brighter weather after a wintry start first thing this morning.
There are a few showers lingering around and it's pretty blustery out there, making it feel much colder, with a high of of 7C (44F).
News editor, BBC WM
The former Walsall and Blues manager Dave Mackay has died aged 80. He was the Saddlers boss from March 1977 to August 1978.
He was in charge at St Andrew's between 1989 and 1991.
Paul Franks will be speaking to his official biographer live on Drivetime today onBBC WM.
Express and Star
The new owners of the city's Mander Centre, Benson Elliot, have said they want to change the face of shopping in the centre by getting rid of a perceived 'discount store mentality' as it looks ahead to a £25 million revamp.Read more.
Aston Villa's Ron Vlaar has completed a ban but is "touch and go" to face West Brom because of a calf injury.
Kieran Richardson and Aly Cissokho remain unavailable so Matt Lowton could again deputise at left-back.
West Brom boss Tony Pulis (pictured right) has fitness concerns over Saido Berahino and Brown Ideye, who both limped off against Southampton on Saturday with respective foot and knee injuries.
Fellow striker Victor Anichebe remains sidelined by a groin problem.Read the full match preview on BBC Sport.
BBC Midlands Today presenter
We'll be hearing from some of the women who were victims of the negligent breast cancer surgeon Ian Paterson. They've come out in force in Solihull today demanding answers about compensation.
Plus, we'll have the latest forecast from Sara Blizzard. Join me and the team this lunchtime.
Rock band Kasabian and singer songwriter Calvin Harris will be among the headline acts atthis year's V Festival at Weston Park in Staffordshire.
Sam Smith, Tom Jones, Olly Murs and the Stereophonics will also be on the bill for the two-day event in August.Read more on this story.
BBC Local Live
Birmingham Digital Week is taking place across the city from 14-20 March.
It's aimed at developing people's digital skills, sharing knowledge and creating networking opportunities for the city's digital sector.
Each day is themed, from Games to a Business Day.Take a closer look on the BBC Academy website.
Tributes are being paid to Former Walsall and Birmingham City bossDave Mackay who has died aged 80.
Mackay was a midfielder during his playing days for Tottenham, Derby, Hearts and Scotland.
He was only in charge at Fellows Park for just over a year between 1977 and 78 and he managed Blues from 1989 to 1991.
In the 12:00 news bulletin: Hundreds of women who had unnecessary breast operations at a private Solihull hospital are protesting today, because they're still waiting for compensation.
Police are appealing for witnesses in Hodge Hill after a 16-year-old was left in a critical condition when he washit over the head with a hammer.
Det Con Mike Griffiths says: "From speaking to the boy's girlfriend we know that the couple first encountered the group of suspects outside the Tesco store on Chipperfield Road.
"The assault then took place by a bus stop outside Hodge Hill United Reformed Church and St Philip & St James Church on Coleshill Road. It was here that a bus passenger handed wet wipes to the boy's girlfriend prior to getting on to a bus and we hope that this person comes forward."
Journalist, BBC WM
This morning I've been speaking with Frances Perks, who had an unnecessary mastectomy at Spire Health Care.
She was told by a consultant in 2012 that all the operations she'd had she didn't need.
Ms Perks says: "I started seeing Ian Paterson in 1994 and saw him until 2010. He always told me my family was high risk and [I have] since found out that wasn't the case. It's had a dreadful effect on me and my family. I just never thought I'd be in this position."
The victim has been put in an induced coma after he was struck over the head with a hammer.
Three boys, aged 15 and 16, have been arrested and bailed pending further inquiries.
Producer, BBC Midlands Today
We're speaking to women demonstrating outside the Spire Parkway hospital in Solihull. They were treated by Dr Ian Paterson, who operated unnecessarily on some women who'd seen him privately under the NHS.
The women will deliver an open letter to management at Spire Health Care - expressing their frustration at the slow reaction to their legal cases.
And our reporter Ben Sidwell is in Wolverhampton at a special conference looking at housing issues in the region.
Police say they're concerned for a22-year-old Syrian woman who was last seen in Birmingham city centre in February.
West Midlands Police says Soumia Altaha went missing on Broad Street on 17 February at about 11:00.
The woman, who does not speak English, is 5ft 5in (1.65m) tall with shoulder length black hair. When last seen, she was wearing a dark blue skirt, pink woollen coat, beige headscarf and black handbag.