Bradford has been named the most likely place for innocent drivers to be caught up in "Crash for Cash" scams
Babies who were born at Bradford Royal Infirmary's birth centre are set to return to the unit today to celebrate their first birthday.
As the Treasury announced an independent investigation into the Co-operative Bank its former chairman, Paul Flowers, was released on bail.
Thousands more Bradford children and young people are now being taught in schools judged to be good or outstanding, according to the Ofsted Annual Report.
The primary school figures push Bradford up the Ofsted table 44 places to 54th this year compared to 98th in 2012 out of 150 Local Authorities.
Police have made several arrests and charged two men after the violent disorder following the Rotherham United v Bradford City football match last month.
A Bradford City fan walking with his six-year-old son was assaulted by a group of Rotherham United supporters and received a serious head injury.
A 19-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of affray and bailed. Following extensive enquiries, a 15-year-old boy, a 17-year-old boy, and two 21-year-old men were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder and also bailed.
Following a separate investigation into disorder inside the stadium, one man has been charged with a S4 public order offence and assaulting a PC and is due to appear in court tomorrow.
A second man has been charged with throwing a missile and will appear in court at a later date.
Police are appealing for information after a vehicle failed to stop at the scene of a road traffic collision in Bradford.
The vehicle, thought to be a blue Vauxhall Astra, was in collision with a motorcycle at the junction of Seymour Street and Leeds Road on Monday.
It was seen heading towards the city centre before turning right towards Barkerend. It will have sustained some front end damage and was believed to have been driven by an Asian male.
The motorcyclist, a 42 year-old woman, was taken to hospital with suspected injuries to her leg and hand.
Plans to secure the future of Bradford's National Media Museum by making it a world class visitor attraction have been dealt a blow by the shock announcement of further Government funding cuts.
A five-year masterplan, created by museum director Jo Quinton-Tulloch was accepted by trustees of the Science Museum Group this week.
But Thursday's Autumn Statement saw the Government making a further, unexpected cut to its budget, which means the group now needs to find a further £787,000 in savings over the next two years.
The new facility, known as City Library, will be housed in the building previously occupied by the Bradford 1 Gallery and a large unit next to it at City Park. The library will hold 60,000 books, 2,000 DVDs, 40 computers, range of newspapers and journals as well as study space and free WIFI.
To celebrate the official opening of the new building, which is taking place today, there will be a week long list of events including talks by authors like Susan Vickerman, poetry workshops and a special effects make-up demonstration.
The new Bradford City Library opens its doors this afternoon. The new facility features 60,000 books, 40 computers as well as study space and Wifi access.
Police have confirm that a body which was found in the River Aire near to Leeds Train Station yesterday has been identified as missing woman Seemberjeet Kaur.
Ms Kaur, who was from East Bowling, was reported missing on 23 October.
Officers were called to Leeds yesterday afternoon after a member of the public spotted a body in the river.
A post mortem examination has been carried out and the death is not being treated as suspicious. Ms Kaur's next of kin has been informed.
England and former Bradford Bulls forward Sam Burgess and Huddersfield Giants and Scotland captain Danny Brough are among six players shortlisted for rugby league's 2013 Golden Boot.
They are joined by New Zealand back rower Sonny Bill Williams, Australia captain Cameron Smith and his countrymen Jonathan Thurston and team-mate Cooper Cronk.
Thurston and Smith will be bidding to join countrymen Darren Lockyer and Andrew Johns in taking the prestigious title twice, having been victorious in 2011 and 2007 respectively.
Brough, the 2013 Super League Man of Steel, and Burgess are aiming to become only the fifth British winner of an award that goes back to 1984. Leeds Rhinos and England captain Kevin Sinfield was the winner 12 months ago.
Magician Dynamo will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Bradford today for his commitment to improving the opportunities for young people through education and pastimes.
Following Nathaniel Flynn's guilty plea for murdering his grandmother Detective Chief Inspector Nick Wallen said:
"To this day we still have no idea why he attacked her. Louisa Denby was a lady, adored by her family, who had only ever shown her grandson love and kindness.
"Having murdered his Grandmother, Flynn then targeted and attacked 9-year-old Jason D`Arcy as he played in a skateboard park not far from his home. Jason was stabbed through the arm and it was only through sheer luck that he wasn't murdered by Nathaniel Flynn on that day.
"Following these very serious incidents Flynn then tried to entice an 8-year-old girl from her garden where she played and later in the evening assaulted a 59-year-old man outside his home.
"On behalf of West Yorkshire Police I would like to pay tribute to the people of Shipley who assisted the Police to quickly detain and arrest Nathaniel Flynn."