A teenager is attacked by a man at a train station and then by the driver of a car she flagged down.
Volunteers' vans were damaged and tools stolen as the programme helped the family affected by cancer.
Tyrone Dorsett carried out five knifepoint robberies on one shop but was trapped by his own saliva.
A huge pile of rubbish has built up on one street in Birmingham, as the bin strike continues in the city.
A lap dancing club's licence is suspended after claims of fraud and links to organised crime are made.
Plans to hold the fresh inquests in September have also been delayed until at least December.
The injured man is taken to hospital while another is arrested over "firearms offences".
Official figures also show a record high in assaults against prison staff in England and Wales.
Vans used by builders helping transform the home of a family affected by cancer are targeted by thieves.
Police say the man is in hospital with head injuries after the attack in Aston.
Azad Singh killed Kulwinder Kaur after discovering her lover at their West Midlands flat.
A businessman crosses the Atlantic to meet those who dragged him from water when he was three.
A firefighter's filmed climbing on to the car moments after it landed on its side in Tipton.
Bargains to be had as stolen bikes go under the hammer in one of the biggest auctions of its kind.
Walkouts are due to continue until September following a dispute over jobs.
See all the pictures from our hour-by-hour gallery
MK Dons sign midfielder Aaron Tshibola on a season-long loan from Championship side Aston Villa.
Shrewsbury Town sign teenage striker Niall Ennis on a season-long loan from neighbours Wolves.
Warwickshire boss Ashley Giles says the arrival of latest signing Adam Hose from Somerset is part of their transition process.
Warwickshire sign Adam Hose on a three-year deal from Somerset as part of the "rebuilding process" at Edgbaston.
Solihull Moors sign goalkeeper Connal Trueman and defender Dan Cleary on loan from Birmingham City until January 2018.
Blackpool sign winger Viv Solomon-Otabor on loan from Championship side Birmingham City until January 2018.
Surrey re-sign Warwickshire all-rounder Rikki Clarke on a two-year deal starting from the 2018 season.
An all-rounder with no forearms and a batsman who rarely leaves home - meet the Warwickshire disability cricket team preparing to face England.
Worcestershire's record-breaking six-hitter Ross Whiteley deserves a chance with England, says his boss Steve Rhodes.
Derbyshire's Luis Reece hits 97 off 55 balls to help beat former side Lancashire, while Durham suffer a fifth straight defeat.
The bill imposes new sanctions on Russia, Iran and North Korea, despite White House objections.
They were killed during an operation to free a group abducted by Boko Haram, the army says.
The new White House communications boss strongly attacks President Trump's chief of staff.
The three Republicans are seeking a guarantee that the measure will be debated further.
Demonstrations that could "disturb or affect" Sunday's controversial vote are outlawed.
Opposition allies have been told they must not fight against Bashar al-Assad's government forces.
Five things you didn't know about the man whose wealth overtook Bill Gates's for half a day.
The president had encouraged the Scouts to boo Barack Obama as he touted his political agenda.
The US criticises the launch from a new space centre, describing it as a provocative action.
A team of astronomers has potentially discovered the first known moon located beyond the Solar System.
The US top general says President Trump needs to issue guidance before any changes come into effect.
Muslims re-enter East Jerusalem site after Israel fully removes its controversial security set-up.
The BBC witnesses the hidden reality inside the war-torn country.
One person was killed and several injured in the accident at Ohio's State Fair.
Hailstones and heavy rain have battered the Turkish city.
Senator Lindsey Graham also says going after special counsel Robert Mueller could be the end for Trump.
Palestinians cheer as Israeli police remove security measures at a key Jerusalem holy site.
The animals, including bears, lions and tigers, are now having treatment before finding new homes.
But gusts of wind still threaten to fuel blazes near the Cote d'Azur, officials warn.
Moon Jae-in makes good his election promise to adopt a rescued animal as the country's "First Dog".
Village dubbed the "Maldives of Milan" is being turned into an "open air toilet", residents say.
Mud-meets-music festival brings in "high quality" muck from abroad.
Authorities suspect people are signalling support for an attempted coup with their clothing.
Should Ukrainian TV keep people from speaking Russian on it? One guest's actions have sparked a debate.
Millions of Indian women have never used their husband's name - it's a way of showing respect for him. But campaigners are now urging some of them to change their ways.
The BBC's Orla Guerin sees the suffering of cholera and malnutrition victims in Yemen's civil war.
More than a million prescriptions are paid for every year, and many go to retired personnel.
Seventy years after India and Pakistan won their independence, why are relations still tense?
An active duty soldier was preparing for a promotion ceremony, but now his plans are in chaos.
It has achieved a century of independence by carefully manoeuvring around its massive neighbour.
The EU wants to shut down the migrant route from Libya, but deaths on the Mediterranean are on the rise.
How Lapland firms have adapted to the permanent light of Arctic summers.
The BBC hears from the judges and nominees on music, catering and mums.
A young dinosaur fan noticed an incorrect image on a museum sign about Oviraptors.
Investigations are continuing into the death of Taiyah Peebles who is thought to have been electrocuted.
Saffie Roussos was among 22 people killed when a suicide bomber attacked Manchester Arena.
Carole Shipsey says not enough was done by staff at Worcester Royal Hospital to save her daughter.
From prejudice to pride, this is a story of double-lives, suicides and brave fights.
The church damaged by graffiti faces a £500 insurance excess fee but the community is trying to help.
Earl Spencer says he was 'lied to' over princes' wish to follow Diana's coffin
People wade into the water to help save a dolphin which was stranded close to the shore
Bella the Labrador ate Jackie Walker and Scott Willis' wedding cake on the morning of their big day.
Two men are captured on CCTV shooting a man and robbing his wife.
Jude is nine years old and was born with cerebral palsy. His father started a football club in Stoke-on-Trent so Jude could play with kids like him.
Millie Osman, 22, was diagnosed with leukaemia aged two.
A "melting" mud sculpture is unveiled in Trafalgar Square to remember the Battle of Passchendaele.