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West Midlands buses are covering 13m fewer miles than 10 years ago, BBC analysis reveals.
Three men from Birmingham have been charged with child sex offences following an investigation by police in Telford.
The charges against them include rape, child abduction and false imprisonment.
They are all due to appear before magistrates in Telford on 21 February.
Telford Tigers have arguably their biggest weekend of the season ahead, with games against both their title-rivals.
Wins at home to the Sheffield Steeldogs tomorrow and away to Hull Pirates on Sunday could see them open up a gap at the top of the table, with just a few weeks left of the season.
Tigers are currently top of the table by one point, but both the teams below them have games in hand.
A Shropshire primary school is planning a £6m revamp and has applied for government funding.
Ellesmere Primary Academy says the money will be used to replace temporary classrooms and create a new school hall, as well as build an all-weather sports pitch, an outdoor learning space for the youngest children, and a car park.
The school became part of the North West Academies Trust in 2016 and if it gets the necessary funding and planning approval it hopes work can start by the end of the year.
Only £10,000 of an £80,000 grant to a Shropshire football club was repaid before the group set-up to collect the money collapsed.
Shropshire Council gave the money to Oswestry's The New Saints club to pay for ground renovations.
The money was supposed to be repaid through the Oswestry Joint Economic Board, and used for projects in the town. But it was dissolved in 2013 and no further funds have been received.
A new display has been created at Coalbrookdale in Shropshire, to mark the 100th anniversary of the first women being given the vote.
The Ironbridge Gorge Museums Trust has set up 37 silhouettes outside the Museum of Iron, each with the name and details of the women working in the area who gained the right to vote as a result of the Representation of the People Act 1918 - around 160 didn't.
It was another 10 years before women gained equal voting rights to men.
A homecoming parade will be held for soldiers from the Mercian Regiment who have been serving in Iraq for the last six months.
Members of 2nd Battalion have been training Kurdish and Iraqi troops to fight the Islamic State group.
The regiment, which draws troops from the West Midlands, will hold the parade in Chester.
Elderly people have been forced to move because of the lack of bus services, it has been revealed.
New figures show the country's bus network has dropped to levels last seen in the 1980s, with rising car use and cuts to public funding blamed for a loss of 134 million miles of coverage over the past decade alone.
Shropshire is third in a table of counties that have been worst affected by cuts, with villagers in Ditton Priors, who have not had a regular bus service since 2012, saying some elderly residents have been forced to move away because of it.
Stoke-on-Trent has seen its bus service cut by 20%, with Warwickshire also among the worst-hit areas.
More than 2,500 jobs could be created as part of a £600m expansion of a major business park.
The i54 site is already home to Jaguar Land Rover's engine manufacturing centre.
But plans are now being drawn up for a western extension.
A consultation on the plans begins next month - and a planning application is expected to be submitted in the Spring.
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A Ludlow man who has registered an electric car as a private hire vehicle admits he's "completely mad" but he believes vehicles like his are the future.
Richard Mear got the licence for his brand new Tesla Model S from Shropshire Council today - the first licence in the county.
Network Rail says closing a busy level crossing in Shrewsbury will benefit train passengers and make the local community safer.
It is planning to close the level crossing in Harlescott by 2024 and build a footbridge for pedestrians, with traffic having to take alternative routes.
A spokesperson said the crossing in Harlescott is not in the core submission of its strategic business plan, but it will look to close it if it can secure the necessary funding.
A5 Shropshire eastbound severe accident, between A488 and A5112 Hereford Road.
A5 Shropshire - Long delays and queuing traffic on A5 eastbound in Shrewsbury between Edgebold Roundabout and Dobbies Island, because of an accident earlier on. Travel time is around 30 minutes. All lanes have been re-opened.
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The Food Standards Agency, Interpol and British police have been attempting to stop diet pills containing 2,4-dinitrophenol - or DNP - entering the UK, but the drugs are still getting through.
DNP is an industrial chemical which can burn fat, but it is not intended to consumed by humans and it has been linked to a number of deaths, including Eloise Parry (pictured below) from Shrewsbury in 2015 and Beth Shipsey from Worcester in 2017.
Around 19 websites believed to be selling diet products containing a chemical have been shut down, but a recent BBC investigation found they were still available.
Plans to build up to 600 homes in Shrewsbury have been approved by Shropshire Council after a compromise on an access road.
Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon Homes originally offered to build the road after 250 of the homes were built, but have now agreed to build it sooner - after the first 150 are built - in about 18 months time.
The plans for the road layout on the estate, in between Shirehall and Shrewsbury College, were also changed and the developers have agreed to create pathways and cycle paths.
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A section of the A41 near Market Drayton in Shropshire has been closed because of a chemical spillage.
Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service says it is dealing with the incident at Bletchley.
It's all square going into the home leg of Telford Tigers National Cup semi final, after a 3-3 draw away to Swindon Wildcats last night.
Tigers twice led in the match and conceded an equaliser in the final minute of the game.
The winner will face Sheffield Steeldogs in the final.
A man from Telford has called 999 to tell the police his children were arguing with his wife - because they didn't want to go to school.
West Mercia Police say they took the call this morning and tweeted: "We will always assist if there is risk or threat or harm but cannot attend to tell your children to go to school."
Plans for three student accommodation blocks in the centre of Shrewsbury have been revised, because the numbers of undergraduates going to the town's university aren't rising as quickly as expected.
The new plans, which go before Shropshire councillors today, suggest some of the space should be used for shops, offices and other businesses.
The three blocks will be built on the site of the old sixth form college and the car park next to it.
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We appear to have a theme this morning of trees being photographed against blue, sunny skies by our BBC Weather Watchers.
Here are three, from users Thornhill Watch in Hednesford, Staffordshire; Peter Steggles in Longnor, Shropshire and Johnqa in Lyonshall, Herefordshire.
Plans to build 600 homes in Shrewsbury are being discussed by Shropshire councillors for a third time today.
A decision had been deferred because of concerns about the lorries moving on and off the site at the back of Shirehall and Shrewsbury College.
Changes have now been made to reduce construction traffic and the applicants, Taylor Wimpey and Persimmon, are also promising cycle ways and footpaths.
The application is for full planning permission for 353 homes and outline permission for the remaining 247.
A cash box has been stolen from a security guard who was attacked as he returned to a van in Shrewsbury.
Two masked men reportedly approached him, West Mercia Police say, on Arlington Way on Tuesday.
They assaulted him and took the box, making off in a black Seat Leon which was later found abandoned on Albert Gardens.
Officers say the security guard was left shaken but not seriously hurt.
M54 Shropshire westbound severe accident, between J3 for A41 and J4 for A464.
M54 Shropshire - Slow traffic on M54 westbound between J3, A41 (Albrighton) and J4, A464 (Shifnal), because of an accident, which is now on the hard shoulder. Approach with care.
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It's been a damp start in parts of the West Midlands but here's a look ahead to what else the weather has in store today.
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Shropshire’s specialist orthopaedic hospital is asking former patients to bring their crutches back, because it is facing a shortage.
The Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt hospital at Gobowen says it hands out between 150 and 200 pairs every week, but very few are returned.
The hospital says each pair of crutches costs £7.15, so this week alone it has spent more than £1,700 on new ones.
It says it suspects a lot of patients store them away in garages or cupboards and forget about them.
We are always looking at ways of saving money and have tight budgets so we really can’t stress the importance of returning crutches or any piece of hospital equipment that can be used again."
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The rain should be clearing up overnight and tomorrow is forecast to be a little warmer.
Work to preserve an 18th Century building in Telford has stopped after four years of trying to get the project off the ground.
Construction company Saxonby, which was turning Haybridge Hall in Hadley into affordable housing, went into administration last week.
Saxonby is also involved in other affordable housing projects in Hadley and Morda near Oswestry.
A couple have each been ordered to pay £680 for illegally keeping more than a dozen cars at their home.
Some of the vehicles had been there so long they had become overgrown with weeds, Telford and Wrekin Council said.
David and Lynette Lunn from Old Vicarage Road in Dawley were served an enforcement notice in November 2016, ordering them to move the vehicles and they were taken to court when they failed to comply.
Yesterday, Telford magistrates found them guilty of failing to comply with the council's order and told them to each pay a fine of £250, £400 costs and a £30 victim surcharge.
Their neighbours have had to wait patiently for a long time for the investigation to be carried out, for the appeal to be heard and then for this prosecution to take place."
Telford Tigers travel to play Swindon Wildcats in the semi-finals of ice hockey's National Cup tonight.
The two sides have met six times already this season, with the Wildcats winning five, but Tigers head coach Tom Watkins believes his side gained some confidence by winning the final meeting.
Tonight is the first leg and the two sides are due to play the reverse fixture, at the Telford Ice Rink on 20 February, with the winner due to play the Sheffield Steeldogs.
A decision is due today on the future of Shropshire's non-emergency health advice line, Shropdoc.
The Shropshire Clinical Commissioning Group meets today and is expected to say the number should be switched off, with all non-emergency calls going to the NHS 111 number instead.
The Shropdoc service will still exist though, with 111 able to divert callers to its team, if their help is needed.
Two people had to be rescued from a house fire in Bridgnorth.
The blaze broke out in a ground-floor kitchen of a property in Severn Vale in Eardington late yesterday evening.
The two casualties were given oxygen treatment after suffering from smoke inhalation.
It took two hours to get the fire under control.