A group have gathered in Bradford to remember a transgender woman who died in Leeds Prison.
Twenty one year old Vicky Thompson from Keighley was found on the 13th November. She had lived as a female since her mid teens and her friends say she had threatened to kill herself if she was sent to an all male prison.
A minutes silence was hed at midday in Centenary Square, where afterwards her boyfriend, Robert Steele, described Vicky as a wonderful person. Campaigners are now hoping for a change in the law.
A previously 'unknown' soldier from the First World War has been honoured in Keighley.
Private Herbert Moore enlisted in 1915 and served in the Machine Gun Corps. Although he survived the war, he died the year after it ended of kidney failure - a condition classed as "war attributable." Until now his grave has been unmarked at Oakworth Cemetery, but today a newly-created headstone was unveiled by the Keighley's Men of Worth project, who have sought to give him recognition.
Keighley Cougars have released Daley Williams after he was suspended for four years for a doping violation.
The club can confirm that Daley Williams has been handed a four year suspension for a doping violation.
We remain firm in our stance against this sort of behaviour and Daley has been released with immediate effect.
Former Labour chancellor and Bradford Grammar pupil Denis Healey died peacefully in his sleep this morning at his home in Sussex, his family said. He was 98-years-old.
Up to 150 golfers are teeing off this afternoon to raise money for Danny Jones fund.
The widow of tragic Keighley Cougars star, Lizzie Jones, is also expected to make an appearance at Crow News Park golf course in Brighouse.
Rugby league clubs are putting together teams to participate in the tournament.
Twenty-nine-year-old Jones died of a rare heart condition after collapsing while playing for the Cougars in London in early May.
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A man who has spent the last three months cycling, walking and climbing across Europe to raise money for the Royal British Legion and a German Veterans' charity says he wanted to commemorate the centenary of the First World War.
Phil Brotherton from Keighley travelled 3,500 miles along the front lines from Gallipoli in Turkey back to the UK leaving 2015 poppies on the route, in memory of the soldiers on both sides who died.
He popped into the Calendar studio to speak about his journey:
British Transport Police have released a CCTV image of a woman they would like speak to after a passenger was abused and assaulted on a train travelling between Leeds and Keighley.
It happened at around 7.30pm on board the 7.26pm Leeds to Skipton service on Thursday, 18 June.
The victim, a 51-year-old woman from Keighley, boarded the service which was extremely busy, and asked a female who was sat with her feet on one of the seats to move them so she could sit down.
The female removed her feet but then began to verbally abuse the victim, who feeling uncomfortable, got up to move away. As she did so the female kicked her causing her to fall over into the train seats.
This was completely unacceptable behaviour and I am confident the woman pictured can help with our investigation. If you know her please contact us."
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