Yorkshire cycling legend Brian Robinson is in hospital tonight after a collision with a car.
Mr Robinson, 83, was taken to Pinderfields Hospital this afternoon after a crash involving a blue Volkswagen Passat in Lees Hall Road in Thornill Lees just after 1pm.
He suffered severe cuts and bruises, as well as a suspected broken collar bone.
Mr Robinson is being kept in hospital tonight for observations.
Mr Robinson, who lives in Mirfield, was the first British man to complete the Tour de France and the first Brit to win a stage – both in the 1950s.
Police are appealing for information to trace the owner of a dog found abandoned in Mirfield. It was found at around 10am this morning Monday April 21, 2014, near to Shepley Bridge Marina and is being looked after by officers.
"We are working to locate the owner of this animal and would like to speak to anyone who can assist . The owner or anyone who has information is asked to contact the Dewsbury and Mirfield on 101 quoting log 433 of 21/04.
Many people were inspired by last summer's Olympic Games and none more so than 15-year-old James Dedman from Mirfield.
James, who goes to Silcoates school in Wakefield, is a fast-rising star in the world of shooting. His potential is such that he's now being coached by one of the top names in the sport, as Chris Dawkes reports.
Police have welcomed the guilty verdicts for Smith and Church today.
Two men have been found guilty of murdering 20-year-old Joshua Hirst in Mirfield in August last year.
Joe Church, 21, of Mirfield and Arron Smith, 18, of Emley were found guilty by a jury at Leeds Crown Court today.
A 20-year-old man from Horbury was found not guilty of murder or manslaughter.
Joshua was stabbed on Hepworth Lane on 3rd August and died in hospital a short time later.
Church and Smith are due to be sentenced at Leeds Crown Court next week.
A Huddersfield man, missing from his Dalton home for over a month is believed to be sleeping rough in the Mirfield area.
Police have been looking for 40-year old Alan Holt since he was reported missing on the 2 October. He was however last seen on the 27 September at his home on Albany Road.
Inspector Steph Wiseman of Kirklees police said: "Alan suffers from mental health problems and has not had any medication for over a month now, so we are extremely concerned for his welfare. The weather is turning colder and wetter and we really need to trace Alan before he comes to any harm."
Alan is described as being a white man, 5'8" tall and of slim build. He is balding on top, with black hair at the back and sides. He also has a tattoo on his left shoulder that reads, 'On Fire'.