The M62 westbound in West Yorkshire between junction 26 M606/A58 (Chain Bar) and junction 25 A644 (Brighouse) has been closed due to a police incident.
There are reports of congestion on M62 to junction 27 M621/A650/A62 (Gildersome) on M606 to junction 3 A6177 Rooley Lane and on M621 to junction 1 A6110 (Beeston/Farnley)
Police have said the road will remain closed for several hours affecting traffic heading from Leeds towards Manchester. Diversions are in place.
Police have appealed for information about a haul of weapons found at the house in Bradford of a man who died when he was shot in the head by his own gun during a raid on his home.
West Yorkshire Police said it was making the appeal after an inquest jury found that Colin Berry, 49, died accidentally at his house.
An inquest in the city heard how eight unarmed police officers arrived at Mr Berry's house in Buckingham Crescent to execute a drugs warrant on April 4 2013.
Some officers went upstairs to the bedroom where Mr Berry's Smith & Wesson handgun went off during a struggle with the first officer in to the room - referred to as Officer A.
The jury concluded Mr Berry's death was accidental.
Police have now said a haul of 12 live weapons, a crossbow and more than 1,000 rounds of live ammunition were recovered from Mr Berry's house.
A spokesman said: "Police are keen to hear from anyone who might have details about how and why he had these weapons in his possession."
He said: "Several imitation weapons and a quantity of class A and B drugs were also recovered from the property, after police carried out a warrant at the address in April 2013."
A painting by Bradford-born artist David Hockney has sold at auction for more than £3m.
Arranged Felled Trees, which shows the East Yorkshire landscape, was painted in 2008.
It went under the hammer at Sotheby's in London last night and sold for £3,397,000.
The auctioneer's estimated value was £2m.
A high speed crash has been caught on camera in Bradford as two cars appeared to be racing each other yesterday.
Police have confirmed they were called to Barkerend Road in the early hours of Monday morning.
It was reported that a car had been in collision with three parked vehicles.
The occupants had left the scene.
Police are appealing for any witnesses of the crash to come forward.
CCTV caught the moment of the crash:
Amazingly no-one was hurt in the collision.
Victoria Whittam reports:
A 14-year-old boy has admitted at Bradford Crown Court causing grievous bodily harm with intent by stabbing supply teacher Vincent Uzomah at Dixons Kings Academy in the city.
He appeared at the city's crown court today where he denied attempted murder but admitted causing grievous bodily harm with intent.
His plea was accepted by the Crown Prosecution Service and Judge Jonathan Durham Hall QC said the boy will be sentenced at a later date.
A 14-year-old boy is due in court today charged with the attempted murder of a teacher in Bradford.
Vincent Uzomah was attacked at the Kings Science Academy earlier this month.
The teenage suspect who was detained in Bradford city centre on the same day is also charged with possession of cannabis.
A policeman has told an inquest jury how he went unarmed into a Bradford house and tackled a gunman.
Colin Berry, 49, allegedly shot himself during the struggle - in front of his 13-year-old daughter.
Police had gone to his home looking for a cannabis farm. The inquest heard how Berry died despite attempts by other officers to revive him.
Chris Kiddey reports:
Thousands of mourners gathered for the funeral of a pregnant woman who was found in her home with multiple stab wounds.
Nadia Khan, 24, was around six months pregnant when she was attacked.
Her husband Tariq Khan has been charged with murder and child destruction.
The funeral took place on land outside the Masjid Bilal mosque in Manningham on the same day that the inquest into her death was opened.
The coroner heard the mother-to-be died from multiple stab wounds.
Vincent Uzomah, the teacher who was recently injured in a stabbing incident at Dixons Kings Academy in Bradford, has thanked well-wishers for their support.
In a statement issued through West Yorkshire Police, Mr Uzomah said: "I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude to God and to everyone for all the support that myself and family have received during the course of the traumatic event of my life. It has been 12 days since this event occurred and I thank the Lord Jesus for sparing my life."
He went on to thank doctors and nurses part of the NHS, and his work colleagues at Dixons Kings Academy and other schools across Yorkshire.
My family and I appreciate the overwhelming support, love and care that we have received from friends and well-wishers, as I continue on the path towards recovery. Thank you all.
A 14-year-old has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the incident.