The children's museum Eureka in Halifax opens its doors to a brand new £2.9 million exhibition.
A new production is looking for children from Halifax to take part.
Soldiers from the 3rd Batallion the Yorkshire Regiment who've just returned from Afghanistan attend a thanksgiving service in York Minster.
Three houses have been searched in the Halifax area in connection with a shooting in London last Saturday. No arrests have been made. Police believe the incident in London in which a 31-year-old man was shot in the leg was gang related.
Holders Halifax fell at the first hurdle of the Northern Rail Cup as they lost 20-18 to Dewsbury at the Tetley's Stadium.
The Rams led for most of the first half, courtesy of a try from Ryan Hepworth and a Bobbie Goulding goal. They had two other tries disallowed by the video referee.
Halifax also had a try by Sam Barlow disallowed before substitute Callum Casey levelled the scores two minutes before half-time and they took a 12-6 lead with Paul Handforth's converted try five minutes into the second half.
The home side regained the advantage thanks to tries from Scott Hales and Tommy Gallagher. Goulding then kicked two penalties to extend his side's lead to eight points and the cushion proved crucial when Halifax hit back with winger Wayne Reittie's late try.
Fire crews have been tackling huge moor fires near Halifax.
They were called out at around lunchtime to blazes near Ripponden. Huge plumes of smoke have been seen across the Calder Valley. Specialist wildfire units have been involved in the operation.
Police are seeking witnesses after a report of a serious sexual assault in Halifax on a 19-year-old woman on Friday.
West Yorkshire Police want to speak to four men who are believed to have been near the scene and possibly spoke to the victim. It is thought they may have information about what happened.
The officer leading the investigation, Detective Chief Inspector Jon Morgan, said: "Despite the time of the day there were plenty of people around Halifax town centre at the time. If you were one of those people then please come forward with information."
Anyone who has information should call 101.
Plans to open a Muslim-inspired primary school in Halifax have been put on hold after allegations of links to religious extremism.
The Northern Lights Free School, is being investigated by the Government after a leaflet was sent out to parents by another local group which included extreme religious views. Tonight school officials have rejected claims of extremism. Jon Hill reports.
A Department for Education spokesperson said:
"We take any allegations of extremism very seriously. We are investigating — and if these serious allegations are confirmed we will not hesitate to take appropriate action. We will not take this project further until these matters are resolved.
“The Department carries out due diligence checks on all Free School proposals to make sure that only sitable people are able to set up and run Free Schools.”
The search is on for two men who threatened staff at a bookmakers in Halifax with a knife.
At 8.20pm on Tuesday 19 March the men entered the shop on Clare Road and demanded cash.
The men stole hundreds of pounds from the till and left the shop in the direction of Prescott Street.
The suspects are described as wearing balaclavas. One of the men is described as Asian, 5 feet 7 inches tall, of a stocky build, wearing a dark blue coloured hooded top and carrying a knife.
The second man is described as white, over 6 feet tall, of a skinny build and wearing a hooded jacket.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Calderdale CID via 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.
It's emerged that a missing grandmother, alleged to have been murdered by her partner, could have been buried on moorland next to the M62 in West Yorkshire. The family of Pamela Jackson has revealed that police took them to the moors to lay flowers in her memory.
Mrs Jackson, who was 55, vanished six weeks ago from her home in County Durham. Adrian Muir, who's 50 and from Halifax, has appeared in court charged with murdering her last month. An extensive search has already taken place at the River Wear near her home in Chester-le-Street.
We have spoken with Mrs Jackson's sister Deborah Leighton.
Families have spoken of their shock after a car - described as a "fireball" - rolled towards their apartment block in Halifax.
It's thought the handbrake cable burnt through, sending the car rolling towards the front door of the building, on Claremount Road.
The blaze was caught on camera by Saffron Pettinger and her partner Patrick as they tried to find an escape for their young family.
Police say they are not treating the fire as suspicious, and nobody was hurt.
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