Police officers and staff in Wakefield will start moving into their new headquarters in Normanton today.
Babies who were born at Bradford Royal Infirmary's birth centre are set to return to the unit today to celebrate their first birthday.
A project has started in Bradford to see there is a link between sight problems in young school children and their reading level.
Car lovers from around West Yorkshire are paying tribute to actor Paul Walker today.
The 40-year-old, known primarily for his roles in the "Fast and Furious" movie franchise, died last Saturday in a crash in California.
His fans in the region, including those with modified vehicles, are gathering to remember him at a car park in Kirstall, Leeds.
The Donkey Sanctuary's Donkey Assisted Therapy centre in Eccup near Leeds is transforming into a Winter Wonderland this weekend.
Children can go on magical sleigh rides to meet Santa in a magnificent grotto.
Adults will also be well catered for with plenty of donkey goodies and Christmas gift stands to browse, as well as a raffle and refreshments.
– Cathryn Williams, Donkey Centre manager
We absolutely love sharing the festive spirit with our visitors and supporters and would love to welcome lots of friends, old and new, to meet our resident donkeys at our fantastic Winter Wonderland. The funds that we raise at this event will help us to provide Donkey Assisted Therapy to children with additional needs and disabilities throughout the Leeds area.
The Mandela & Reginald Centres on Chapeltown Road are open Saturday 9am to 4pm so residents can sign books of condolence for Nelson Mandela
Police have confirm that a body which was found in the River Aire near to Leeds Train Station yesterday has been identified as missing woman Seemberjeet Kaur.
Ms Kaur, who was from East Bowling, was reported missing on 23 October.
Officers were called to Leeds yesterday afternoon after a member of the public spotted a body in the river.
A post mortem examination has been carried out and the death is not being treated as suspicious. Ms Kaur's next of kin has been informed.
A book of condolence has been opened in Leeds in memory of the former South African President Nelson Mandela who's died at the age of 95. He'd been ill for sometime.
Communities came together today to remember a leader they described as 'an extraordinary man, a global symbol and a huge inspiration.'
Staff at the centre named after him in Chapletown today remembered his visits to Leeds - the last one just 12 years ago. Matt Price reports.
Drivers are being asked to find alternative routes after a serious crash on the Ring Road at Horsforth in Leeds.
Officers were called out to a collision involving a car and a motorcycle at the junction of Fillingfir Drive at 4:35pm.
There is still widespread disruption on the West Yorkshire road network, after gale-force winds lead to a number of accidents.
The A1 north bound is closed at junction 39 due to an overturned lorry. It's not thought anyone was seriously injured.
There is also significant disruption on the south bound carriageway. Motorists are advised that the closure is not likely to open any time soon.
There was significant disruption on the A19 southbound between Dishforth and Thirsk this morning after an accident involving a lorry.
There is also delays on the M1 north bound. Two lanes are closed around the junction 41 area. This is after another lorry overturned just after midday.
There have been a number of other collisions on the roads, so police are urging drivers to check local the Highways Agency website before travelling.
Magician Dynamo will receive an honorary doctorate from the University of Bradford today for his commitment to improving the opportunities for young people through education and pastimes.
With acts including Blink 182 and Jake Bugg announced to perform at Leeds Festival 2014 the event's organiser says it will be an amazing show.
2013 was a year of exciting additions for Reading & Leeds Festivals, making them bigger and better than ever. With extra stages and genres at both sites, there was a new diversity for all our fans to enjoy. However the core essence of the festival hasn’t changed and I think the line-up for next year will most certainly reflect that.
– Melvin Benn, Leeds Festival organiser
I know our fans will be delighted to welcome back our first headliners, Blink-182, with what promises to be an amazing show, as well as the brilliant Jake Bugg stepping up to the Main Stage. I can’t wait to reveal the rest of our incredible line-up, so watch this space!
It has been announced that Blink 182 will headline Leeds Festival in 2014.
It will be the band's fourth time playing there, having first appeared in 1999..
Jake Bugg will also be performing. For more details click here.