A motorcycle rider has been killed in a crash in Oxenhope, Keighley this evening.
It happened at about 6:20pm on Hebden Bridge Road when a Suzuki motorbike, which had been heading towards Oxenhope hit a street lamp, killing the 57-year-old rider.
Although the investigation is at an early stage, police believe a car may have been on the road close by at the time. The car did not stop and officers want to speak to the driver to find out what happened.
A number of homes were evacuated in Braithwaite, Keighley after what is thought to be a Second World War shell was found in a garden.
Police forwarded pictures of the shell to army bomb experts at Catterick who decided it was not dangerous.
The road has now reopened and residents allowed to return to their homes.
The bomb disposal team are expected to collect the bomb later.
Hundreds of jobs could be created in Keighley if plans for a multi-million pound green energy complex is given the go-ahead.
The scheme worth £120 million is to be discussed by Bradford City Council, but planners are recommending it be approved to regenerate a brownfield site.
A military funeral service for Britain's oldest-surviving Royal Marine will be held today in Riddlesden.
Albert Joyner from Keighley had five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. He died earlier this month at the incredible age of 102.
He was well-known in the area as a poppy-seller and raised more than £15,000 for the Royal British Legion.
During his time in the Marines, he was sent to fight on HMS Curacoa at the outbreak of the Second World War. It was bombed by the Luftwaffe in April 1940 and he was later involved in the evacuation of Singapore and supported the landings during the Allied invasion of Italy in 1943.
Mr Joyner retired in 1956, holding the rank of Colour Sergeant.
He then went on to become president of Bradford and District Royal Marines Association.
A father who says he was left in agony after his broken leg went undiagnosed for nine days after two A&E departments in West and East Yorkshire failed to spot it.
Colin Wilson claims it was "pure luck" that a physiotherapist noticed the break. He is now planning to take legal action against two local hospital trusts for what he describes as "appalling care".
Grace Melody Gardner has the story:
Colin Wilson, who is planning to take legal action against two of the region's hospital trusts after his broken leg went undiagnosed for nine days says he finds their failure to spot his injury "disgusting":
In a statement Airedale NHS Foundation Trust said:
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust said:
A father from Keighley is planning to take legal action against two of the region's hospital trusts after his broken leg went undiagnosed for nine days.
Colin Wilson's injury was only picked up by a physiotherapist after staff at A&E departments at Hull Royal Infirmary and Airedale Hospital failed to X ray him.
He was one of the biggest names in eighties music. Mike Peters was lead singer in The Alarm - whose biggest hit you may remember was Sixty Eight Guns.
He's also known for his own battle with cancer - and his efforts to help others. He's been hit by cancer twice in the past twenty years and has co- founded a charity which helps match potential bone marrow donors to those who need a transplant.
Last night he played a special gig in Keighley. Chris Kiddey went to meet him.