A baby who was delivered stillborn would have lived if it was not for a series of blunders at a hospital in Leeds.
A large quantity of drugs and cash have been seized during raids across South and West Yorkshire.
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.
Emergency services have been praising residents for their patience over a massive blaze at an industrial estate in Armley near Leeds.
Nearby roads had to be sealed off and a nightclub evacuated due to concerns for the safety of clubbers after the fire took hold of a recycling and packaginging plant. Nearby roads had to be sealed off and a nightclub evacuated due to concerns for the safety of clubbers after the fire at Tradpak.
Albion Way remains closed for safety reason as does A647 Armley Road both ways between Canal Street and Stanningley Road. At its height around 100 firefighters were involved in tackling the blaze.
– Superintendent Mab Hussain, West Yorkshire Police
"I wish to thank residents in the Armley area for their patience and understanding as emergency services have gone about their work and also praise the efforts of colleagues in both services who have worked extremely hard to bring a dangerous situation under control"
Firefighters are working to make the site of a massive fire on an industrial park in Armley near Leeds safe. Emergency services are damping down the blaze at the Tradpak site on Albion Way and want to reassure residents everything possible is being done to bring normality back to the area.
" We can confirm that smoke from the fire is not toxic. However, as a precaution , we have continued to advise people near the site to keep doors and windows shut while the smoke has cleared, as we would do with any large fire. "
Superintendent Mabs Hunssain, West Yorkshire Police
21/4 1130hrs. Emergency services working hard at the scene of industrial fire in Armley, Leeds. http://t.co/otg0mP150Q
A 28-year-old man is fighting for his life in hospital after a crash on the A1m near Boston Spa in West Yorkshire. It happened at around 1am this morning Monday April 21, 2014, on the north bound carriageway when two cars were in collision.
One of the drivers suffered life threatening injuries and is being treated at Leeds General Infirmary. He is currently described as in a critical but stable condition. The other driver was taken to hospital as a precaution.
– PC Andy Senior, West Yorkshire Police
"We are investigating this incident and would like to speak with anyone who saw the collision or has any information which can assist the investigation"
A hundred firefighters have been tackling a huge blaze which ripped through a building used for storing chemicals and a neighbouring firm in Leeds overnight.
It is not yet known what caused the fire, but a nearby nightclub had to be evacuated and explosions could be heard up to 8 miles away as the fire took hold. Jon Hill reports.
Environment Agency have put booms into Leeds Liverpool canal at Armley as chemicals from the fire mixed with water from firefighters' jets spills into the watercourse.
Around 100 fire fighters have been tackling the blaze at Tradpak Recycling firm in Armley. The fire spread to two other buildings but crews managed to save four other businesses on the industrial estate.
West Yorkshire Fire and rescue area manager Ian Dunkley said it was too early to say what caused the blaze.
The A647 Armley Road in Leeds is still closed in both directions due to smoke billowing across the road after a fire at Tradpak, packaging and recycling firm. No one was hurt in the fire. Emergency services are expected to be at the scene for the rest of the day.
Detectives have now arrested a third person in connection with a murder in Bradford. A 59-year-old man was found suffering from stab wounds at a house in Washington Street in the city on Sunday April 20, 2014.
Paramedics treated him at the scene but he later died. A 29-year-old man was arrested this morning in the Manningham area of Bradford. Meanwhile detectives continue to question a 30-year-old man and a 58-year-old woman.
Up to 80 firefighters tackled the blaze at its height at Tradpak, a chemical packaging and recycling firm in Armley, which started at about 01:50am.