Counts have been held throughout the night at Dudley, Sandwell and Wolverhampton Councils, while Walsall and Cannock Chase in Staffordshire held their counts on Friday.
There has been no overall change in control for the Black Country. Dudley and Walsall remain in Tory hands, Sandwell and Wolverhampton have stayed under Labour control.
The first overnight results started coming in at around 1.15am with Sandwell Council becoming the first authority to declare all its results at 2.55am.
In the end there were no massive changes in the region from the overnight counts compared to other parts of the country.
The Conservatives picked up three more seats in Sandwell, while there was an exchange of seats between them and Labour in Wolverhampton.
Walsall's Conservatives reinforced their control in taking one seat from Labour, as did the ruling Conservative group in Cannock Chase.
Black Country (and Cannock Chase) election news so far:
Dudley Council - full list of results where seven seats swapped hands, and one was decided by just seven votes
Dudley Council election reaction as Labour made inroads into Conservative control
Sandwell Council - full list of results as Labour retain grip on authority but Conservatives win more seats
Sandwell Council election reaction with both sides pleased with their results
Walsall Council - full list of results as Conservatives add one to their ranks by winning a seat from Labour
Walsall Council election reaction as Conservatives buck national trend
Wolverhampton Council - full list of results as final count is decided by just six votes
Wolverhampton Council election reaction as Labour and Tories swap seats
Cannock Chase District Council - full list of results as Conservatives shore up majority
Cannock Chase District Council reaction as Conservatives celebrate 'getting the message across'
Election news from elsewhere:
Conservatives lose control of Wandsworth Council for the first time since 1978 as Tory councillors hit out at Boris Johnson