A 6-year-old with a rare genetic condition has been told he will only receive the drug he relies for another 10 weeks.
Sam Brown from Otley has Morquoi Syndrome which means his skeleton doesn't grow properly, but his internal organs do.
He's been receiving a drug called Vimizin for free from the company which produces it as a goodwill gesture. But it says it'll stop providing the drug from May.
Firefighters are at the scene of what they describe as a 'large' fire at Leeds Pallet Company on Pontrfract Lane in Leeds.
We are currently dealing with large fire in pallet yard, off Pontefract Lane, Leeds. No persons injured or rescues required, 6 fire engines.
West Yorkshire Fire service have said that no one has been injured but 30% of pallets were involved in the fire.
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Police in Wakefield are appealing for information to trace a missing Outwood man.
58-year-old Stephen Pollard from Newton Lane, Outwood who has been missing since February 27th.
His silver Mazda 6 was recovered yesterday from Balk Lane in Stanley and officers have been searching in the area.
He is described as white, medium build about 1.73m in height with brown eyes and grey receding hair. He was wearing jeans, a t shirt, green coat, black shoes and glasses.
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the end of the miner's strike.
The bitter dispute left lasting scars in communities throughout the region.
Now, with the industry facing extinction there are still calls from some MPs, union officials and academics for an investigation into the strike and the actions of those surrounding it.
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A woman from Leeds who has suffered from multiple sclerosis for 30 years has written a novel using voice activated technology.
Sandra Boyle, who lives in a care home in Harrogate, wrote her novel as a New Year's resolution, and is already working on the sequel.
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A Yorkshire security guard has returned home after travelling to Kurdistan - to fight against the terrorist organisation Isis
Yasir Abdulla has spent six months fighting in Kurdistan, the home country he left 15 years ago to move to Britain, because he was appalled at the brutality of the organisation he says has tortured and killed his countrymen and women.
We cannot independently verify the pictures in this report, but Yasir says they were filmed by him in an area of Northern Iraq which I.S is attempting to infiltrate.
Michael Billington reports
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