Lee Childs, Jake Levene and Mandy Lowther were told their actions had brought misery.Read the full story ›
Ashley Watson completed the feat at Leeds Gymnastics Club.Read the full story ›
A 59-year-old man is described as having potentially life-changing injuries, while an elderly man was also badly hurt.Read the full story ›
Leeds striker Patrick Bamford will be sidelined for four months due to knee ligament damage, the club have announced.
Bamford, 25, who signed from Middlesbrough in a deal worth up to £10million in July, sustained posterior cruciate ligament damage during an under-23s' game last Friday.
"This is clearly disappointing news for Patrick and for everyone at Leeds United," Leeds director of football Victor Orta told the club's official website.
"Patrick has settled in well, quickly becoming an important player for Marcelo Bielsa and a popular part of the group.
"We have an excellent medical team at the club and Patrick is in the best possible hands, he will be back available to us during an important part of the season and he will still play a key role in our campaign."
An Uber taxi and a Seat Leon carrying six people collided in the early hours of Saturday morning.Read the full story ›
The 15-year-old driver, who was the sole survivor of the crash, was jailed for four-and-a-half years and disqualified from driving.Read the full story ›
Manchester United have recalled left-back Cameron Borthwick-Jackson from his loan at Leeds, the Championship club have announced.
The 23-year-old was due to spend the whole season at Elland Road after switching from Old Trafford last summer but played in just six games.
Only one of Borthwick-Jackson's appearances came in the Championship and the arrangement has now been cancelled.
A Leeds statement read: "We would like to thank Cameron for his efforts during his time at the club."
Police say the body has deteriorated so badly they are unable to identify whether it is a male or female.Read the full story ›
Police have arrested two 15-year-old boys over the crash, which occurred on Stonegate Road in Meanwood at 9.54pm on Saturday.Read the full story ›
Leeds head coach Thomas Christiansen expects his side to climb back up the Sky Bet Championship table after a 2-1 win against Middlesbrough.
Pablo Hernandez and Gianni Alioski struck goals in either half to put Leeds 2-0 up before Britt Assombalonga ensured a nervous finale by converting a controversial 76th-minute penalty.
When asked if victory had seen Leeds turn a corner, Christiansen said: "Yes of course. The team is alive. They have been the whole time, believing in taking the three points always."
Leeds had slipped from top of the table to 11th after losing six of their previous seven league games, but are back up to seventh, level on points with Middlesbrough.
"When you fail you have to work harder and during these two weeks we have analysed a lot, worked a lot and there has been a good atmosphere in the team," Christiansen said.
The Leeds boss said he had no sympathy for Boro counterpart Garry Monk, who was given a hostile reception by a large section of Leeds fans in a crowd of 33,771.
"No. Garry or me, we are not playing," Christiansen said. "It's the players who have to respond on the pitch.