Bradford Teaching Hospitals Trust has been rated and inadequate for safety by the Care Quality Commission.
In a new report, the CQC said the trust needs to improve effectiveness and responsiveness but rated it 'good' for care.
The Trust said they are putting in place a package of improvements, including more doctors and nurses and a new focus on safety and quality.
Football matches across the country fell silent today to pay tribute to the 56 people who died in the Bradford City fire 30 years ago.
England manager Roy Hodgson led tributes at Valley Parade where a minute's silence was held before their final home game of the season. Meanwhile Bradford's kit man John Duckworth and his friends arrived at the stadium completing their seventy-three mile walk from Lincoln.They took on the challenge to raise money for Bradford City's Burns unit appeal.
A Yorkshire journalist has been describing how he was caught up in the earthquake in Nepal which is now known to have claimed more than 900 lives. Tehmoor Khan was on the last night of a three week stay in the country.
Chris Kiddey reports.
A terrorist sympathiser has been jailed for 18 months for posting links to an Islamic State (IS) magazine on his Facebook page.
Hassan Munir, 27, posted a link to Dabiq 4, a propaganda magazine produced by the extremist terror group.
The Old Bailey heard that Munir, from Bradford, had been repeatedly warned by Facebook and police officers after he posted jihadi material on his page - including material about beheadings.
Sentencing him, Mr Justice Saunders said the magazine posed a serious danger because it incited people to take up arms for IS, which is also known as Isil and Isis.
Munir said he posted a link to the extremist document on his Facebook page "in case me loses it like", but the judge said he did not believe him.
The 27-year-old, of Lynton Avenue in Heaton, Bradford, has between 400 and 600 friends on his Facebook page.
He previously posted details of how to make explosives and other material supporting IS.
He was warned by police, but ignored them. The judge said he was passing a jail term to make it clear a "deterrent" is important in such cases.
Munir pleaded guilty to disseminating a terrorist publication.
A pensioner who skippered a yacht across the Atlantic in a £150 million cocaine smuggling plot has pleaded guilty to his part in the botched plot.
John Powell, 70, of Silsden, West Yorkshire, entered a plea of guilty to two charges ahead of an expected trial at Cork Circuit Court in Ireland.
He is to be sentenced later today at the same court along with Benjamin Mellor, 35, of Bradford, West Yorkshire, and Thomas Britteon, 28, of Grimsby, north-east Lincolnshire.
All three were arrested on board the luxury yacht Makayabella, which was found last September in poor condition in the Atlantic Ocean, 200 miles (322km) off the south-west coast of Ireland.
Investigators in the UK also seized a 25ft (7.6m) motor boat called Sea Breeze, moored in Pwllheli, North Wales in connection with the smuggling ring.
Judge Sean O Donnabhain adjourned the sentencing until later.
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Bradford City FC's kit man is walking 73 miles from the Stacey and West Stand in Lincoln to Valley Parade to mark 30 years since the Bradford fire.
John Duckworth will walk the distance in under 24 hours.
The fire caused the deaths of more than 50 people in a league match against Lincoln City FC.
He's raising funds for the BCFC Burns unit.
British Transport Police have released cctv images of two men they want to identify after one member of staff was assaulted and two others threatened and racially abused at Bradford Interchange railway station.
The incident happened after they were challenged when one of the men attempted to tailgate his friend through the ticket barriers.
One of the men threatened and pushed the station suspervisor while the other man launched a tirade of racial abuse at the barrier staff and pretended to shoot them by imitating a gun with his hand.