An actress who played a nude body double for a Game of Thrones queen has been getting all steamy at Keighley & Worth Valley Railway today.
Singer and model Rebecca Van Cleave, 27, Tweeted a stylish photograph of herself sat on a parcel wagon on Ingrow Station with the caption ‘Waiting on the Hogwarts Express’.
But KeighleyOnline readers will be more used to seeing her with her clothes off.
A careless husband is appealing for the return of his wedding ring.
Hapless newly-wed Tom Bowness thinks he lost the distinctive band in Keighley town centre or the Boathouse, in Saltaire.
The initialled and dated ring went missing on Saturday 18th July.
A walker who stumbled upon a suicide victim hanging from a railway bridge recognised him as a friend he’d not seen in a decade, an inquest heard.
Depressed dad-of-three Andrew Calver, 45, killed himself after a minor argument with his wife Caroline.
He drove away from his house in Rawling Street, Ingrow, in his red Vauxhall Corsa and was found ten minutes later by old pal Mark Butterfield, suspended by a red and white tow rope from a Keighley and Worth Valley Railway bridge to the rear of Park Way.
Parents of a boy fighting cancer are being investigated over the theft of laptops from the hospital where he is being treated.
Dad Matthew Ingham, 37, has been quizzed by detectives over the disappearance of four computers, a DVD player and mobile phone from Candlelighters – a kiddies’ cancer charity.
His sick son Callum, nine, has been treated at Leeds General Infirmary - where the thefts took place - for neuroblastoma, an aggressive from of childhood cancer.
A paedophile who threatened to take a 13-year-old girl’s virginity has been jailed for 27 months.
Dad-of-two Ralph Craven, 64, sexually assaulted three teenage schoolgirls at his home after giving them cannabis, cigarettes, and booze, a court heard.
The girls, aged 13, 14 and 15, who cannot be identified for legal reasons, had visited his three-bedroom home in Bradford Road, Riddlesden, on numerous occasions, where he indecently assaulted them.
ASDA in Keighley needs to check-out where it actually is, according to an eagle-eyed shopper.
For the supermarket has failed to put itself on its own map, leaving one customer confused.
Shopper Dani Clarke, 23, spotted that the ASDA map at the entrance to the store proudly states ‘You Are Here’ – siting itself two miles away on a quiet hilltop lane.
A heartbroken dog owner has described how her beloved pet died in her arms after a hit-and-run accident.
Police are hunting for a cabbie, who smashed into Yogi, an eight-year-old red Chow Chow, before speeding off and leaving the dog for dead.
The RSPCA is also appealing for information in a bid to catch the callous taxi driver.