Patients have staged a protest outside a doctors' surgery in Keighley amid fears it may close.Read the full story ›
A teenager from Keighley has been reported missing.
Police say Aimee Coyne, 15, may be in Leeds.
Police were called to the scene of an overturned car in Silsden, West Yorkshire, this morning.
Detectives say enquiries are ongoing as to how the car ended up on its roof on Bolton Road.
Those inside the car only suffered minor injuries.
A man and a woman from Keighley have been arrested on suspicion of explosives offences and detained for questioning by officers.Read the full story ›
The A6068 Colne Road in North Yorkshire is closed due to a serious accident.
Two vehicles were involved in a collision between Old Lane (Cowling) and School Lane (Laneshaw Bridge). One of the vehicles has hit a tree. The incident is affecting traffic on the route between Keighley and the M65 at Colne.
- Duncan Wood and Christine Talbot speak to Lizzie Jones
Lizzie Jones, the widow of rugby player Danny Jones, will be guest of honour at the Challenge Cup final on Saturday and present the trophy to the winning team.
The singer, who has fronted a hugely successful campaign to purchase defibrillators for community and junior clubs in memory of her late husband, performed Abide With Me at last year's final.
Her husband, the Keighley Cougars and Wales international half-back collapsed and died from an undiagnosed heart condition while playing against London Skolars last May.
Officers are appealing for witnesses following a collision involving five cars in Keighley.Read the full story ›
A kitten born with abnormally huge paws is searching for a new home.Read the full story ›
Pupils at Worth Valley Primary School in Keighley took part in a special assembly this morning to celebrate their work with Peace Mala.Read the full story ›
Keighley and Illkley MP Kris Hopkins has pledged his support to Theresa May's bid to become the next leader of the Conservative Party.
Our country has now entered one of its most perilous and uncertain periods since the Second World War. And we need a serious and trusted person to be our Prime Minister.
We face threats to our economy, threats to our security and threats to the very existence of our United Kingdom.
Over the last six years at the very top level of Government, Theresa May has proven herself to be one of the toughest and most astute Home Secretaries of modern times.
She has also pledged to bring the country back together and, as the breadth of her support in the party from former Remain and Leave supporters demonstrates, she has appeal across the political spectrum.
Having worked closely with her throughout that period, I can say without hesitation that Theresa is the right person with the right experience to tackle the many challenges we face.
I am proud to offer Theresa my full support to become the new Leader of the Conservative Party and our next Prime Minister.