The Sale Sharks player Danny Cipriani is recovering in hospital after reportedly being hit by a bus during a pub crawl in Leeds.
MPs have called for an investigation into why a "reckless" decision was made to stop children's heart surgery at a Leeds hospital.
Former West Yorkshire detective Nick McFadden has been found guilty of stealing drugs from a police lockup and selling them in Leeds.
Police have appealed for information to help trace a man over the shooting of a female officer.
The incident occurred at around 4am in the Hyde Park area of Leeds.
West Yorkshire police said two uniformed officers attended a "routine call" to a disturbance and were confronted by a man at the address who fired at them.
The female officer suffered serious, but not life-threatening injuries and is currently undergoing treatment in hospital.
A male officer was unharmed.
Police have named the man they want in connection with the shooting of a female police officer in Leeds early this morning.
West Yorkshire police have launched a manhunt for James Leslie, 37, of Cardigan Road in the Hyde Park suburb of the city.
They want to trace him after he allegedly opened fire on two police officers when they called to an address on Cardigan Road after reports of a disturbance.
The female officer received serious but non-life-threatening injuries and is currently undergoing treatment in hospital. A male officer was uninjured.
Bullets fired during the fatal shooting in Leeds ricocheted off the window of the home opposite, ITV Calendar reported.
I heard the police helicopter and looked out of the window... I was absolutely stunned to see nine police cars and an ambulance.
I was petrified.
Neighbours of the two men who were shot in Leeds say the pair were brothers of Polish origin.
Evidence of the fatal gun attack could be seen in the window of the pair's rented house in the Wortley area of the city.
One victim, a 21-year-old, was killed in the attack while the other man is in a stable condition after suffering injuries to his lower body caused by gun shot wounds.
Detectives investigating a double shooting in Leeds, which left one man dead, have confirmed the 21-year-old victim was a Polish national living in the city.
Another man, aged 31, remains in hospital in a stable condition suffering injuries to his lower body caused by gun shot wounds.
The shooting happened around 5.30pm yesterday at Blue Hill Crescent in Wortley. Detectives believe the men were shot inside the address after the gunmen arrives and entered the house.
– Detective Superintendent Simon Beldon, West Yorkshire Police
The investigation of this murder is a top priority for West Yorkshire Police and I want to reassure residents that all necessary resources are being deployed to locate those responsible. We are working to build up a picture of what took place and are conducting a wide range of specialist enquiries including painstaking forensic search of the murder scene. We believe this was a targeted attack and not a random attack. Incident of this sort are very unusual for the Wortley area. We have a number of reassurance patrols ongoing by Neighbourhood Policing Officers.
Detectives said a 31-year-old man is being treated for serious wounds to his lower body after a double shooting in Leeds.
– Detective Superintendent Simon Beldon, of West Yorkshire Police
At this time our investigations are at a very early stage and forensic examinations are taking place at the scene.
We believe that the shots were fired inside the property, however inquiries are ongoing to establish the full circumstances.
The nature of this incident suggests it was a targeted and isolated attack and a team of detectives are currently working hard to quickly identify those responsible for this serious crime.
The incident took place on Blue Hill Crescent in the Wortley area of west Leeds.
One man was killed and another seriously injured after a double shooting. The pair were attacked inside a house in Leeds at around 5.30pm yesterday.
They were both taken to hospital but one of the victims, 21, was pronounced dead a short time later.
Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool has been identified as potentially high risk and sits in band 1, despite CQC inspectors working under a previous inspection regime saying the trust was meeting essential NHS standards earlier this year.
Among five risks identified in the new collection of data, three were regarded as "elevated risks" and related to whistleblowing, the quality of data submitted by the trust and staff concerns over managers.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs Leeds General Infirmary, also passed essential standards last year and is listed in band 1. Concerns there include whistleblowing, cases of the bug Clostridium difficile and serious concerns over education.
A 10-year-old boy arrested in connection with the death of a 79-year-old man in Leeds yesterday has been released on bail.
A post mortem confirmed that a head injury suffered by the elderly man was not the cause of his death, police said.
Abul Hasan, who lives next door to Mr Hepworth, a former hospital porter, said he did not see what happened but tried to help his stricken neighbour.
Asked if the dead man had family, Mr Hasan, a father-of-two, said: "All the community is his family. His own relatives, I don't know.
Everybody knew him, he was so fit, always riding his bike or walking to the park.
I've known him since I first came living here, aged five. He's the most friendly person in the world. He played with my children all the time.
I feel sorry for him, it's tragic.