A plot by six men from Birmingham to attack an EDL rally in Dewsbury was uncovered by "pure chance", police have said.
Six men accused of preparing to carry out an attack on a rally of the right wing group the EDL have pleaded guilty at Woolwich crown court.
Staff at three hospitals in West Yorkshire will go on strike next week in an ongoing row over jobs and pay.
Yorkshireman Richard Silverwood will referee Saturday's World Cup final between Australia and New Zealand at Old Trafford.
The 37-year-old from Dewsbury was in charge of the Anzac Tests Down Under from 2009-12 before being overlooked in favour of Ashley Klein this year.
He was selected by an international match officials panel, which appointed Klein as video referee and New Zealander Henry Perenara as his assistant.
A law created after a woman from Dewsbury was killed by her ex-boyfriend will be rolled out nationally today.
Clare's Law allows people to find out whether their partner has a violent or abusive past. Clare Wood was raped and strangled before she was set on fire in 2009.
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is drawing up plans for a £20 million investment into the Dewsbury and District Hospital site.
The Trust has been consulting on proposals to reorganise hospital services across Dewsbury, Wakefield and Pontefract.
The Secretary of State for Health will determine whether the plans should go ahead following a decision by the Joint Kirklees and Wakefield Overview and Scrutiny Committee to refer the proposals for an independent assessment.
The potential £20 million investment would include:
A new main entrance, new paediatric assessment unit, a ‘home from home’ birth centre, a redesigned accident and emergency department, upgraded operating theatres , a new £1 million MRI scanner, new clinical equipment, and upgraded IT systems.
An Egyptian businessman who a High Court judge says has "wrongfully retained" his two year-old Dewsbury son in Egypt for 10 months has been told to "come to his senses".
Mr Justice Roderic Wood says Abdelaziz Antar has kept Omar Antar in Egypt since late December in breach of court orders.
He says he hopes that publicity of allowing the boy to be named will pressurise Mr Antar into returning him to the care of his British mother Aisha Qureshi in Dewsbury.
Omar was born in 2011. His father worked abroad, visiting him at six month intervals.
Ms Qureshi and Omar had visited Egypt for a wedding in November. She had been forced to return to England and Mr Antar had refused to allow his son to leave, the judge heard.
A two-year-old British boy whose mother lives in West Yorkshire has been "wrongfully retained" in Egypt by his Egyptian father for ten months after getting "caught up" in a parental dispute, a High Court judge said.
Mr Justice Roderic Wood said Omar Antar had not seen his British mother - Aisha Qureshi, 35, of Dewsbury - since late December.
The judge gave permission for the "sad case" to be reported at a hearing in the Family Division of the High Court in London - after an application by Ms Qureshi's lawyers.
He said he hoped that publicity would pressurise Omar's father - businessman Abdelaziz Antar, 39 - into obeying a High Court order to return the little boy to the care of his "beleaguered mother".
The violin, which was played to calm passengers, as the Titanic sank has sold for a record-breaking nine hundred thousand pounds.
It was played by band leader Wallace Hartley from Dewsbury, who died as the ship went down. The previous record price for Titanic memorabilia sold for less than a fifth of the price.
The violin played on the Titanic as it sank goes on display at Dewsbury Town Hall today in a special one off exhibition. It was played by bandmaster Wallis Hartley.
A man has been charged with rape after a serious sex attack in a park in West Yorkshire.
The 43-year-old is being held to appear in court tomorrow after an incident that occurred in Crow Nest Park, Dewsbury on Friday.
Four rugby league playing brothers from West Yorkshire will make history in Australia this weekend.
The Burgess brothers from Dewsbury are all playing together for the first time in the South Sydney side playing the West Tigers in the National Rugby League.
Luke is a graduate of the Leeds Academy, while his younger brothers, Sam and twins Tom and George, all trained at Bradford.
Flowers have been laid at the scene of an incident in Dewsbury - where a body was found in the back of a burning van on Heckmondwike Road. The death is being treated as unexplained.