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This bulletins features the latest news from North and West Yorkshire.
New research shows that the majority of councils in England have lowered or are considering lowering the speed limit in residential areas.Read the full story ›
There is queuing traffic on the M621 eastbound following a multi-vehicle accident.
Once lane has been closed following the collision between J3, A653 (City Centre) & J5, Tunstal Road.
There has been an accident on the M621. Our RPU are at scene and dealing. This is J4 going in the direction of Holbeck and the city centre
Police in Leeds are appealing for information after woman was dragged down the street by a 'drive-by' robber.
The man, who was driving a black Renault Clio, grabbed the 18-year-old victim's handbag through the window of the car as she was walking along Victoria Terrace, Hyde Park, at about 5.20pm yesterday.
She had been carrying the bag in the crook of her arm and was unable to free herself and was dragged along the road scraping her knees. She collided with a parked car and fell to the ground and the man drove off with her bag in the direction of Belle Vue Road. The victim received hospital treatment for her injuries and was left badly shaken.
Detectives are linking the robbery to an attempted robbery on a 22-year-old woman which happened at about 5.15pm in Little Woodhouse Street that runs through the Leeds General Infirmary site.
The car involved had been stolen from Dewsbury Road, Beeston, at about 11.20am the same day. It has not yet been recovered.
A cyber criminal hijacked computers to spy on people having sex through their webcams, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has said.Read the full story ›
Paul Haxby takes us on a trip over the Derbyshire Peak District whose valleys were shrouded in fog late last week.Read the full story ›
The death of a man found with serious head injuries in Leeds on Monday night is no longer being treated as murder, say police.
Nicolai Brown, aged 27, was found by officers in Back Moorfield Terrace, Armley, after police were called at 9.21pm to reports of a man in distress in the street in neighbouring Moorfield Avenue.
A post mortem examination has now shown he died as a result of a serious skull fracture consistent with a fall.
The 43-year-old man who was arrested in connection with the incident has been released without charge.
The initial circumstances surrounding Mr Brown’s death were very suspicious and it was entirely appropriate that we treated it as a murder investigation.
As a result of comprehensive enquiries into his movements in the time leading up to his death and the results of a full forensic post mortem examination we are now satisfied that his death is not suspicious. A file is being prepared for the Coroner so that an inquest can be held.
Our sympathies are very much with Mr Brown’s family who have been informed of our findings.
Residents at a care home in Leeds are enjoying their first taste of hen-keeping as part of a pioneering new project.
The hens were moved in to Nestfield Lodge about six weeks ago and have so far proved to be a huge hit.
It is part of a scheme to improve the residents' quality of life.
Dick Lane junction with Parsonage Road. Fire Brigade on scene dealing with electrical issues. Please avoid this area for a while.