A disgraced magistrate used his time in jail for lying about drink-driving to complete his first novel.
Paul Jewell has held preliminary talks with Sheffield United about making loan goalkeeper Aidan Davison's move permanent.
Bradford schools officials today expressed disappointment at news that the England-Scotland schoolboy international at Valley Par-ade tomorrow has been called off.
Powerhouse Bradford Bulls winger Tevita Vaikona will find out today just what chance he has of launching his season at Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in next weekend's Challenge Cup fifth round tie.
Cricket clubs and coaching organisations in the Bradford district are awaiting a directive from the Yorkshire Cricket Board over the ECB ruling that batsmen under 18 should wear protective helmets unless they have a written disclaimer from their parents.
Gateshead 3, Guiseley 1: Guiseley's UniBond Premier Division defeat at the International Stadium was marred by an injury which left veteran defender Colin Hogarth in hospital.
Trainer Godfrey Brown is in no doubt that Bradford's Bobby Vanzie is in great shape for Monday's British and Commonwealth title defences against Stephen Smith.
The Bradford billiards team continued their success in the Yorkshire Inter-District League with a 5-2 away win over Leeds No 2.
Letting a two-goal lead slip with just 25 minutes remaining of their clash with West Ham has left many pundits predicting City will not recover from such a Hammer blow.
Detectives were investigating today after a woman was found dead in a fire-ravaged room of her Bradford home.
Angry residents have threatened to disrupt this year's Bingley show by refusing access to a key road.
A young man was fighting for his life today after he lost control of a stolen car and hit a lamppost while being pursued by police.
Bell ringing has been banned at an ancient parish church after it was discovered the tower was crumbling.
An Ilkley postmaster has disappeared without trace, prompting a nationwide hunt by police.
Owners of Otley's closed Bridge End auction mart would like to see a hotel or pub on the riverside site.
Silsden residents are to seek permission to take council bosses to the High Court over their handling of a long running saga of a dangerous underground culvert.
Cowling residents have slammed plans for a new village hall, in favour of keeping the old one.
Film star Peter Mayhew - best known for his roll as Chewbacca in the blockbuster Star Wars trilogy - is to bid farewell to Keighley.
Dean Saunders believes Bradford City's much-derided 'Dad's Army' hold the key to Premiership survival.
It is very encouraging that the launch of Little Germany as an "urban village" has got off to such a good start with the news that two major buildings in that unique area of Bradford have attracted buyers who want to turn them into homes.
Otley schoolchildren have been helping to plant trees on the Chevin to mark the new millennium.
Family doctors are receiving extra training in Bradford in a pioneering scheme to cut hospital out-patient clinic waiting lists.
A local councillor has called for action to tackle traffic-choked roads in the Bowling area of Bradford.
The family of a woman who died from an incurable genetic disease is urging people to carry donor cards.
Good Samaritan Robin Corrick who pursued a rogue motorist being chased by police has been rewarded for his bravery.
Taxi firms across Bradford are being urged to log incidents of violence and abuse against their drivers as part of a campaign to improve safety.
Bradford's dedicated wildlife policeman is helping to launch a national task force aimed at tackling environmental crime.
Work has begun on a major scheme to save the city's showpiece theatre from flooding with sewage.
Soft drinks giants Princes have been given the go-ahead for a major warehouse scheme in Bradford.
Love 'em or loathe 'em they are a British institution - and now the nation is preparing to celebrate their very existence.
Hospital chiefs today reassured mums-to-be their systems were safe following claims a pregnant woman gave birth in a car because she was locked out of the maternity unit.
Bradford's new city centre village has been launched with a bang - as two companies reveal plans for multi-million pound housing schemes.
Detectives hunting a sex attacker who conned his way into his victim's home and held her at knifepoint were today probing fresh leads.
Rangers could soon be patrolling Bradford's parks carrying handcuffs to cart offenders off to police stations.
Negotiations are under way to pump new life into a cricket club which was razed to the ground last year.
A strike fund set up by Bradford University lecturers is set to benefit hard-up students to the tune of £12,500.
It's official! Being at home with baby is more wearing than a job.
The first group of asylum seekers welcomed to Bradford have barely settled in to their council flats and a row has started already over who will pay their bills. Social Affairs Reporter Sarah Walsh investigates