A 32 year old man's appeared before Bradford magistrates charged with the murder of a 4-year-old boy at Oakworth near Keighley.Anwar Rosser is accused of killing Riley Turner in Harewood Road on Sunday.
Rosser, who lives in Harewood Road was remanded in custody to appear at Bradford Crown Court tomorrow.
The child was taken to Airedale General Hospital by ambulance where he was pronounced dead.
A murder investigation was launched by West Yorkshire Police's Homicide and Major Enquiry Team and at 11:30am this morning and a 32-year old man was arrested from an address in the Ingrow area of Keighley.
Detectives are appealing for witnesses after a man was found outside his home in Keighley with serious injuries on Christmas day. The 64-year-old was found with head injuries outside flats on Spring Row. He was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
Police arrested two men aged 51 and 46 and a woman aged 38.
We are continuing to investigate this incident and are treating the matter as a serious assault.
It is believed the victim may well have been in his home and has stepped outside to deal with a nuisance when he has been seriously assaulted and left until found by a passer by who contacted the emergency services.
I would ask anyone in the Spring Row area of Keighley around 6pm to contact us if they saw a group of people behaving suspiciously, perhaps being loud or shouting or throwing stones at a window, or in any other manner which would have attracted attention.
Although three people have been arrested on suspicion of an alleged assault, we very much need to speak to anyone who saw anything suspicious or has information.
Anyone who can help can contact the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team on 101 or CrimeStoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111."
Trevor Hicks from Keighley lost two daughters at the Hillsborough tragedy. He's given his reaction of Sir Norman Bettison's retirement, calling for him to lose his knighthood.
We are glad he's realised his position is untenable. However I'm determined that he doesn't escape his just deserts. I'll make sure he's stripped of his knighthood and his fellowship of Liverpool University. He should leave with nothing, like he did the families.
Arthur Whitaker began driving when he was 16 and shared a motorbike with his brother. Now the 100 year old says he uses his car every day to take him to and from his local golf club and supermarket in Keighley. He says there should be no age limit on driving.
The entire collection of a classic car museum put together by a Yorkshire businessman is going under the hammer.
The Exmoor Classic Car Collections was a retirement project for Stephen Johns when he moved to the West Country 12 years ago. Before that he ran a pyjama manufacturing business in Keighley, West Yorkshire for 45 years.
Highlights of the auction are:
A 1972 Ferrari 246GTS Dino Spyder, expected to fetch between £100,000 and £120,000.
A 1927 Bugatti Type 40 tourer, expected to fetch between £80,000 and £100,000.
A 1923 Rolls-Royce 20hp Doctor's Coupe by Mitchells of Nottingham, estimated to sell for between £38,000 and £45,000.
Our reporter Bob Cruise went to take a look at some of the cars.