Bingley's Ian Hutchinson has won his 15th Isle of Man TT race to become the third most successful solo rider at the famous event.
The 37 year old moved ahead of the late Mike Hailwood by finishing 5 seconds clear of Lincolnshire's Peter Hickman in yesterday's Superbike TT.
He is now chasing Joey Dunlop and John McGuinness, who top the list with 26 and 23 wins respectively.
It was an unexpected victory for the Bingley Bullet, after an indifferent start to the race.
One lane is blocked on the northbound A650 Bradford Road in Bingley due to a collision.
It happened at A650 Airevalley Road / B6146 Cottingley New Road / B6265 Bradford Road (Bankfield Roundabout).
A car is reported to have gone into the barrier.
The police watchdog is investigating the death of a cyclist killed in a chase involving West Yorkshire officers.
It happened in Bingley on Tuesday evening - when police tried to stop a car which sped off. It then hit the male cyclist who died at the scene. The 55-year-old man has not yet been named. The 22-year-old car driver was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Now the Independent Police Complaints Commission has launched a joint investigation with West Yorkshire Police to look into the circumstances surrounding the fatal accident.
Rapper Tinie Tempah has been announced as one of the headline acts for 2016's Bingley Music Live.
The bill also features rockers Echo and the Bunnymen and Travis, along with drum-and-bass heavyweights, Sigma.
The three day festival is run by Bradford Council, and closes the summer music season. Tickets are on sale now.
Police have named the motorcyclist who died following a collision in Bingley yesterday (December 16th) as 24-year-old Lee Nauman.
Mr Nauman, who is from Bingley, was riding a black Yamaha XT125 motorcycle towards Wilsden when he was in collision with a silver Ford Kuga in Lee Lane, close to the junction with Moorview Crescent, at about 7.20 am. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Any witnesses are asked to contact police.
Five years ago Ian Hutchinson, the man known as 'Bingley Bullet' wrote his name into the history books winning five Isle of Man TT Races, but just three months later his world was turned upside down.
Hutchinson was told his leg might have to be amputated after suffering an horrendous crash.
However, last week he was back on the Isle of Man, and winning again.
Chris Dawkes reports:
The West Yorkshire-based son of the former executive chairman of the now-defunct JJB Sports chain has been cleared of helping his father to use a forged bank statement, the Serious Fraud Office (SFO) has confirmed.
Stuart Jones, 40, of Bingley, had been on trial at Leeds Crown Court charged with aiding and abetting Sir David Jones in his use of a false instrument.
According to the SFO, Mr Jones, who was the former head of marketing of JJB Sports, was found not guilty on Wednesday of one count of aiding and abetting the use of a false instrument, contrary to Section 3 of the Forgery and Counterfeiting Act 1981.
The jury was told at the start of the trial that Sir David, who has Parkinson's, would not face trial due to his ill-health.
On Wednesday, the SFO said that Mr Jones gave evidence in the trial that he did not know the bank statement in question was a forgery but suggested that his father, amongst others, could have been responsible.
The case against his father involved loans he received while "heavily in debt" of £1.5 million each from Mike Ashley, owner of the Sports Direct chain, and Dave Whelan, the original founder of JJB Sports and owner of DW Sports.