A professional trials rider is appealing for the return of his van and bike which have been stolen.
Thieves struck yesterday making off with the distinctive white Ford Transit with blue flashing.
And a unique trials bike was in the back of the van.
Muslim fundraisers this evening presented a GRAND cheque to Airedale Hospital.
The donation was made from selling food after Friday prayers at a local mosque and Islamic school.
Members of Muhammadi Masjid and Al-Hikmah Project handed over the £1005.62 cheque to Dr Meg Crossley, Senior Consultant for Airedale General Hospital.
A teenage girl who was sexually assaulted on Christmas Day has helped police create this e-fit of her attacker.
The 15-year-old victim was walking in Low Mill Lane, Keighley, at 8pm when the man asked her for directions.
He then started to grope her over her clothes, which caused her to scream out.
A pregnant mum was left hanging upside down in a car wreck after a 'Fast and Furious' style stunt.
Cops are looking for an illegal grey Toyota Celica which sped off leaving Ellie Wood and her partner Sam Bradley trapped in their upturned car on Cavendish Street.
Sam, 23, had been out for a meal with Ellie, 18, on Friday night and was driving home in his Audi A4 1.8 turbo when he was dramatically and unexpectedly rammed from the side.
Keighley's colourful past has been brought to life in black and white.
A narrated history of the town caught on camera sheds a fascinating insight into days gone by.
A vast collection of old photos illustrate Keighley's long gone buildings, traditions and characters.
Joker James Reed is 'gobsmacked' after his comedy song about Keighley has become a Youtube hit.Carpet salesman James, 28, penned the tune and lyrics in less than one hour.
But already the video has had more than 4,000 views on the internet.
Local politicians are united in demanding Keighley Police Station stays open.
The town's nick is under threat of closure and Tories and the Labour Party are fighting on the same side.
Keighley Conservative MP Kris Hopkins has written to the West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner seeking assurances about the future of the station.