A DRIVER deliberately mowed down and killed a Halesowen man after failing to hit him with his first attempt, a jury has been told.

Nidal Alboraiki, aged 21, ploughed into Benjamin Morse from behind catapulting him into the air and he shattered the windscreen of his Vauxhall Corsa before flying over the roof and hitting the road.

To read the full story, visit the Halesowen News website, here.

DETECTIVES in Redditch are appealing for information following an aggravated burglary at a property in Eyton Close

The incident happened on Thursday, October 12 around 10.10pm when three unknown men are reported to have entered the property through an insecure door.

To read the full story, visit the Redditch Advertiser website, here.

TWO men have been banned from licensed premises in Dudley as part of a civil injunction secured by West Midlands Police.

Daniel Davies, from Dudley, and Kyle Williams, from Yardley, are banned from associating with each other and entering anywhere that sells alcohol in certain parts of Dudley borough and Sandwell.

To read the full story, visit the Dudley News website, here.

A MOTHER from Wychbold bit a paramedic and headbutted a police officer in a drunken rage.

Marion Simms, 45, of Saxon Way, admitted three assaults when she appeared at Worcester Magistrates Court on Thursday (October 12), despite not remembering committing the offences.

To read the full story, visit the Bromsgrove Advertiser website, here.

A CHILDREN’S charity is calling for donations as it launches a brand new charity shop in Kidderminster.

Acorns Children’s Hospice is holding a Declutter Day at 23 High Street on Friday (October 20), an opportunity for members of the public to offload preloved items and help stock-up the shop ready for its opening.

To read the full story, visit the Kidderminster Shuttle website, here.

MORE than 80 motorists have been fined for parking dangerously outside borough schools in the last month.

Dudley Council's CCTV car aims to stop people from parking on yellow ‘keep clear’ zigzag lines outside school gates, which is an offence punishable by a £70 fine.

To read the full story, visit the Stourbridge News website, here.