The region's only children's heart surgery unit is safe according to a review, but 16 families were let down by the level of care.
Police are stepping up their search for missing Aamir 'Eric' Qudeer as they grow increasingly concerned for his welfare.
A poignant love letter from a French woman to a British soldier during the First World War has been unearthed by experts.
Two men have been arrested by police investigating the murder of a Leeds man whose body was found in woods in Chapel Allerton.
The men, aged 41 and 48, were arrested in the Pudsey area last night on suspicion of the murder of Colin Pierre, who was found dead in in woods near the junction of Gledhow Valley Road and Gledhow Lane in Chapel Allerton on Tuesday morning.
He died from a single gunshot wound and is believed to have been shot at the scene at about 2am the same day.
The arrested men are currently in custody and enquiries are ongoing.
The second part of a report that ruled Leeds General Infirmary's children's heart unit is safe, outlined the experiences of 16 families who complained about care their children received at the unit, prompting six to have their child's treatment transferred to another centre.
- One mother said she felt pressurised into having an abortion, which was against her Muslim beliefs
- A bereaved parent told the investigators: "We were given no support by the staff after Annie died. We were given a leaflet. Nobody asked how we were getting home in the early hours of the morning."
- Another described how a book had gone missing in which their son had been writing about his experiences before his death. "It was like losing another part of him," the parent said. "They [staff] didn't seem bothered ... We had been going to Leeds for 10 years and no-one has rung to see how we are."
Dozens of business leaders have spent the day in Leeds hearing the benefits of employing people with disabilities.
There are 210,000 in our region who could be working but don't currently have a job.
A conference has been taking place to raise awareness of the contribution they could be making, as James Webster reports:
Staff at Leeds Metropolitan University are to consider taking part in a vote of no confidence over plans to change its name.
Student Union members have already voted overwhelmingly against move which would see the University named 'Leeds Beckett' from the start of the new academic year in September.
The University say a full and extensive consultation process with both staff and students was undertaken, the referendum carries no legal status and the decision of the Board, as ratified by the Privy Council, to change the name of the university to Leeds Beckett University is final.
Police in Leeds are appealing for information following what they describe as a targeted gun attack that left one man dead.
The body of Colin Pierre was discovered in woodland yesterday morning, today a post mortem revealed he had been killed by a single gunshot.
Mr Pierre who was from Leeds was discovered in the Gledhow Valley area. From the scene Claire Ashforth has the latest:
Business leaders have met at a conference in Leeds to hear the benefits of employing people with disabilities.
They heard from people like Jake Andrews, who works in Shipley.
Jake has cerebral palsy which can affect his balance but otherwise doesn't stop him doing day-to-day office tasks. Figures show there are 210,000 people with disabilities in our region who are unepmployed.
Jake says having a disability doesn't stop you from being talented:
Police have released a picture of a man found in woods in Leeds by two schoolboys.
31 year-old Colin Pierre, also known as Craig to his friends is believed to have died after a single gun shot wound around 2am on Tuesday 11th March.
Police have named the body of a man found in woods in Leeds by two schoolboys as 31 year-old Colin Pierre.
Colin, also known as Craig to his friends is believed to have died after a single gun shot wound around 2am on Tuesday 11th March.
Police believe that this was a targeted attack and, while it is of great concern to local residents, say there is nothing to suspect that there is any danger to local residents.
Police are appealing for anyone with information to come forward.
Police in Leeds are continuing their search today following the discovery of a body in Woodland.
Footpaths around Glenhow Lane and Glenhow Road are currently cordoned off as the forensic investigation continues.
Police are appealing for anyone with any information to please come forward.