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Man arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving

A man in his twenties has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving following a fatal road traffic collision in Keighley.

The crash at 1.15am this morning (24/12) on Park Lane in Keighley involved a black Rover 75 and a blue Vauxhall Vectra private hire vehicle.

The 33-year-old driver of the Vectra was taken to hospital where he later died.

A 20-year-old male passenger in the Rover was also taken to hospital where he remains in a serious condition.

The driver of the Rover, a male in his twenties, failed to stop at the scene and been arrested and remains in police custody.

Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision.

Village Christmas tree chopped down by council

A tale of Christmas trees and seasonal good cheer, all brought crashing to the ground by some council axemen.

Villagers in Oakworth spent a small fortune lighting a giant conifer in the community's park, but they're now feeling less than festive after Bradford Council contractors turned up yesterday and felled it

In fact it is the second Christmas tree in the park, complete with decorations, that has been axed by the council.

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A minutes silence for transgender prisoner

A group have gathered in Bradford to remember a transgender woman who died in Leeds Prison.

Vicky Thompson & boyfriend Robert Steele Credit: Robert Steele

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 for Vicky Thompson Credit: ITV

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.

Unknown soldier honoured.

A previously 'unknown' soldier from the First World War has been honoured in Keighley.

Herbert Moore and his family Credit: Men of Worth Project

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.

Cougars player released after suspension for doping

Keighley Cougars have released Daley Williams after he was suspended for four years for a doping violation.

Credit: Keighley Cougars


Golfers tee off to raise money for Danny Jones fund

Up to 150 golfers are teeing off this afternoon to raise money for Danny Jones fund.

Credit: Henrietta Kwushue / ITV News

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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