A posthumous George Medal was presented to Bernard Kenny's widow at Buckingham Palace.Read the full story ›
The club has tweeted CCTV pictures of suspects seen leaving the stadium yesterday morning.Read the full story ›
The husband of the murdered Yorkshire MP Jo Cox is leading the tributes to the grandfather who tried to save her.Read the full story ›
Bernard Kenny, who was awarded the George Medal after he was stabbed while trying to prevent the murder of MP Jo Cox, has died.Read the full story ›
A man has been threatened at knifepoint during a robbery in Batley.
The victim was walking past the car park entrance at The George Inn public house on Healey Lane when he was approached by an armed man who demanded money.
It happened on Monday July 31 at around 1.20pm.
The suspect is described as Asian, in his early 20s, with short hair and stubble on his face. He was wearing a dark blue Adidas jogging bottoms and top.
Jo’s sister, Kim Leadbeater and her parents Gordon and Jean, were among the well-wishers greeting the group as they finished in LondonRead the full story ›
Upper Commercial Street in Batley, West Yorkshire is partially blocked in both directions after a collision.
It happened near Henrietta Street. The crash is reported to be outside Wellington House Surgery. Traffic is heavily congested.
Two unarmed officers who tackled the murderer of Jo Cox have been nominated for a national Police Bravery Award.Read the full story ›
Muslims across the region have been celebrating the end of Ramadan today.
This morning we visited Medina Mosque in Batley to see how worshippers were beginning their day
A week after the attack on the Finsbury Park Mosque in London, in which a man died, there's worrying evidence of a rise in Islamophobia in our region.
One man has spoken out after he was the victim of a horrifying racist attack in his own home.
Jamil Azam was among those who gathered in Batley this weekend to pay their respects to those caught up in the London attack. He says everyday Islamophobia is not taken seriously enough, and that more needs to be done to tackle hatred against Muslims. Hannah Miller reports.