Over a 100 UK pro Europe groups have signed an open letter to European Council President Donald Tusk, urging him to leave the door open for a second Brexit vote.
Virgin trains have launched a heart-warming Christmas campaign in aid of mental health charity, Rethink Mental Illness.
RSPCA appeal after two puppies found dead on a road in Newcastle-Under-Lyme.
Independent retailers can earn an extra £1 million between them if people in Longton and Fenton spend £14 or more this Saturday, the MP for Stoke-on-Trent South announced. Jack Brereton MP, whose constituency includes Longton and Fenton, said: “Our town centres are home to an array of independent and small businesses. ‘Small Business Saturday’ is a very good opportunity to get out there and support them.
Staffordshire Police have named the man who died in a collision between two HGVs on the A500 on Tuesday (27 November). Paul Wright, 62, from Wolverhampton was identified as one of the drivers involved in the traffic collision.
The family of Adrian McDonald have been left unsatisfied and devastated after a jury reached their conclusion into the reason for his death.
Staffordshire Police have now released body camera footage filmed on the night of Adrian McDonalds death.
The Staffordshire and West Midlands Serious Collision Investigation Unit are now appealing for witnesses following a fatal road collision.
The brother of Adrian McDonald expressed his anger after an inquest jury unanimously concluded the reason behind his death today (November 28).
They concluded that the 34-year-old died from ‘effects of cocaine and stress caused by the incident’ back in December 2014.
A jury who will determine the reason for Adrian McDonald’s death has today been told to consider if the police missed opportunities to help him survive.