People across the district are being encouraged to step out and cut down pollution to ease choked roads.
The famous Cottingley Fairies photographs are coming home to Bradford - in spite of a higher bid from film star Mel Gibson.
Police are investigating after a man's body was found by a walker on Ilkley Moor last night.
Three people were taken to hospital after an accident involving potentially lethal chemicals.
A dangerous new craze of joy-riding on horseback is sweeping a Bradford estate.
Uniformed 'City Centre Rangers' are to patrol the streets of Bradford under a pioneering scheme to tackle youth unemployment.
Organisers of a charity garden party, which raises thousands of pounds for cancer sufferers, have been caught offside - by the World Cup.
A company has been told to remove 12 "rogue" advertising columns which have appeared across the district without planning permission.
Bradford NHS chief executives have been accused of raking in "fat cat wage increases" by a trade union chief.
Many large business organisations have complex structures and even the most straightforward invariably contain a number of different companies.
Thirty growing Bradford businesses are to get a boost thanks to a management course launched today.
Bill Marshall talks to the Bradford youngster who is part of a quartet of West Yorkshire players bidding for glory in the Embassy World Championship finals.
Council leader John Ryan will urge the district's MPs to press for regional government offices to be set up in the prestige Alderman-bury office block.
Parents are calling for a new upper school to be created to serve two outlying villages to ease pressure for places in Bingley.
Envelopes asking for £1 are to be delivered to every household in Cullingworth in a bid to raise up to £7,000 for urgent repairs to the village hall roof.
Local shops and businesses are being urged to get behind a bid to publish Baildon's first ever community handbook.
Bulls chairman Chris Caisley says the club will not be pressing the panic button, despite a slump in form which has seen them win just two of their last eight games.
Chairman Geoffrey Richmond today spoke enthusiastically of Bradford City's bright future in the wake of their youth team's magnificent 3-0 triumph over Leeds United in the Northern Inter-mediate League Cup final on Tuesday.
Lee Crooks re-building process at Cougar Park was set to move into top gear today with their second Super League capture inside 24 hours.
Athletics: Bingley Harriers will be looking to international Steve Green to lead them into the medals in Saturday's National 12-Stage Road Relay Championships at Sutton Coldfield.
The people of Bingley are to have a say in its future following a major study of the town by management consultants DTZ Pieda.