Labour MP for Batley and Spen Jo Cox is in a critical condition after being attacked at an advice surgery.
West Yorkshire MP Jo Cox has been attacked at her advice surgery in Birstall.
There is an ongoing incident with armed police and the force helicopter in the Birstall area.
The area has been sealed off.
Detectives in Kirklees are appealing to trace a driver involved in a fight after a traffic dispute which left another driver injured.
The incident happened at about 2.30pm on Thursday in Gelderd Road near Birstall Retail Park.
A 24-year-old man who was driving a grey Ford Fusion car had an altercation with the driver of a silver/grey Ford Focus. The men fought and the 24-year-old was injured by the other man's car as he drove away. He is currently being treated in hospital.
The Focus driver was described as being olive-skinned, of average build with a big nose, black hair which was short on the sides and longer on top. He was wearing a black body warmer and jeans. He also had a foreign accent and spoke in broken English.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Detective Constable Oliver Scoones at Kirklees District CID via 101, or alternatively the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Police are investigating two instances of a man allegedly approaching a schoolboy in Birstall.
Yesterday a 10-year-old boy was approached by an unknown man who said he knew him. It happened at around 8:10am in Field Head Lane. The boy was not physically harmed, but he told a teacher about it when he arrived at school.
The same man is alleged to have approached the man after school on Tuesday 2 December and blocked his path. Again, the boy was not harmed but was concerned by the man's behaviour.
The man is described as being of skinny build and having a blue/green dragon tattoo on his left hand.
The Dogs Trust Advice and Adoption centre at Birstall is hosting a doggy awareness week to teach people about all aspects of dog ownership from nutrition to grooming. The adoption centre has been open for the past 18 months in the Pets at Home store and 33 dogs have been rehomed from the office.
Dogs that have been rehomed through the store are being invited back to take part in a celebratory picnic at the end of the awareness week.
Customers at cafe in West Yorkshire had a lucky escape this morning after a car ploughed through the shop's front window.
The gas mains were damaged and nearby buildings and flats had to be evacuated, while engineers worked to seal off the leak. The driver was not seriously injured but taken to hospital for checks. No-one else was injured. David Krolka runs the cafe.