Tickets for a consultation meeting about the proposed closure of accident and emergency services at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary will be made avaliable today.
Hundreds of people were locked out of the last meeting at the John Smith's stadium because it wasn't a big enough venue. It will be held in June.
Thousands who care for loved ones with dementia in our region are missing out on support they need because they do no't know who to ask.Read the full story ›
The sisters of a man who took his own life have climbed Ben Nevis in a bid to raise awareness of suicide in young people.Read the full story ›
Doctors at a surgery in Boston say they're having to fund the wages of two translators, as 20 percent of their patients can't speak English.Read the full story ›
Around thirteen hundred women and girls have taken part in 5k and 10k events at Wakefield's Thornes Park. It's hoped the event will raise around £90,000 for cancer research.
Among those taking part were ITV Calendar's very own Christine Talbot and Julie Hawkins who finished treatment for cancer a year ago to the day.
Were you there? See if you can spot yourself in the video below!
A Barnsley couple whose daughter died from meningitis are calling for a vaccination for all children under five. But what are the facts?Read the full story ›
Rebecca Barton and Matthew Bright's daughter, Mia, was born eight months before the vaccine was made available to all babiesRead the full story ›
Failures in heart attack care are leading to tens of thousands of deaths, according to a study by Leeds University.Read the full story ›
More than 8,000 school pupils in Yorkshire and the Humber have learned life saving first aid thanks to a Government grant.Read the full story ›
Marti Powell suffered a severe brain injury 15 years ago - but he has already set a handful of world records.
The 35-year-old, from Chesterfield, was involved in a road accident, which left him unable or speak or move. He holds the record for the fastest five metres and the furthest distance travelled by a rubber band car.
And now, he's the proud holder of the title 'fastest man over one hundred metres...in high heels'.
His achievement comes at the start of Brain Injury Awareness Week.
He says he picked the unusual targets because he likes to be be different:
'He said: "Everybody wants to be different, wants to be remembered. If you are the same as everyone else, you would just be the same. If you do something different - you'll be remembered."
See Chris Kiddey's report here: