New figures show that just one percent of railway stations fitted with smartcard readers are in the North.Read the full story ›
Hannah Davies, 15, from Leeds has now been found safe and well.
Members of the public and the media are thanked for their assistance
Storm Imogen is coming but what does it mean for us? Emma Jesson has the latest.Read the full story ›
The Met Office have named the 9th storm of the season Storm Imogen. This will bring strong winds for a time across the ITV Calendar regionRead the full story ›
Leeds head coach Steve Evans rued the lack of an offside flag after his side went down 1-0 to Nottingham Forest.Read the full story ›
Part of the main road through Halifax is to close tonight for 24 hours.
A section of Burdoch Way will close in just under two hours time.
A routine inspection of the flyover identified repairs were needed for safety reasons.
The road will then re-open tomorrow at 8 o clock in the evening.
The Princess Royal has been in Leeds today to open a new base for the Royal Naval Reserves.
Princess Anne opened HMS Ceres at Carlton Barracks and met sailors who will form the ship's company. It is the first Royal Navy shore establishment to be commissioned in the country since 1994.
Police are appealing for help to find a motorist who stopped to help an elderly man who had fallen in the street.
The man who was in his seventies, suffered injuries after he fell in Netheroyd Hill Road or Lightridge Road in Fixby around 5.30pm on Tuesday February 2.
Police said he was found dead at his home the following day.
The driver is described as a white man, of athletic build with a bald head and possibly in his mid-thirties.
He was driving a white car and was casually, but smartly dressed.
It is possible this man has died as a result of the injuries he suffered in the fall, but we would like to speak to the driver to see if he has any more information."
Occasional rain or showers, with some drier spellsRead the full story ›
A children's hospice in Huddersfield has launched a new fundraising campaign after a devastating fire destroyed part of its building.
Last month an electrical fire tore through the Forget Me Not Hospice causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.
Michael Billington reports.