A sculpture sold at cut-price to Tower Hamlets Council by the Castleford artist Henry Moore is to be sold - despite widespread opposition.
A man accused of murdering his girlfriend from West Yorkshire in Greece has been granted bail to the UK.
The family of murder victim Molly Wright hope a new witness could hold the clue to finding the " real killer"
Castleford's neighbourhood Policing Team will present a school with bikes today - all funded by the proceeds of crime.
Redhill Junior School will be given £1500 worth of bikes and road safety equipment such as helmets and high visibility vests - which they will use during a cycling proficiency course.
The £1500 was recovered under the Proceeds of Crime Act (POCA).
A 460ft long lock on the Aire & Calder Navigation in Castleford will be replaced next week. As part of the maintenance work a special public open day is being held today which gives people the chance to walk into and along the drained lock and speak to specialist staff.
This is one of the routes the famous Tom Puddings used (long trains of compartments which could hold around 40 tons of coal each; the compartments were lifted into awaiting ships at Goole via hydraulically operated hoists).
We sent our reporter Victoria Whittam to find out more.
A family is urging West Yorkshire Police to re-examine evidence their own investigation has uncovered over the murder of their mother. They believe it _could _exonerate the man who's serving life for the crime.
David Hill was convicted of killing his mother-in-law Molly Wright. But his wife - Molly's daughter - and the couple's families say he was the victim of a miscarriage of justice. Lisa Adlam reports.
While the flooding is being an inconvenience for many in the region a man in Castleford has been making the most of it. Staff from the Flow House at Xscape filmed a staff member water-skiing.
A woman who died on a holiday island two years ago has been called as a witness in the trial of her boyfriend who is accused of causing her death. Chelsea Hyndman's mother is devastated after receiving the bungling summons from the Greek authorities.
The 20-year-old from Castleford in West Yorkshire, was working on the Greek island of Crete when she died. Her mum Heather says despite the error she will still travel there next month for the hearing which she hopes will reveal the truth about how her daughter died. Chris Kiddey reports.
A young woman from Castleford who died on a holiday island two years ago has been called as a witness in the trial of her boyfriend who's accused of causing her death. Chelsea Hyndman's mother is devastated after receiving the bungling summons from the Greek authorities.
A woman who died on holiday in Crete has been sent a court summons to attend the trial of her alleged killer. 20-year-old Chelsea Hyndman was admitted to hospital with ruptured internal organs. Her boyfriend Luke Walker will appear in court next month charged over her death.