A boy blames himself for his mother being jailed after he told her he was being bullied.
Stacey Haughey, 29, is serving a year behind bars after confronting the mother of a teenager who was tormenting her son.
A petition to quash Stacey's sentence has already gathered almost 500 signatures on Facebook.
Drug-driving is illegal from today.
Police can now pull motorists over and prosecute them if they test positive for legal and illegal narcotics.
A new law, which comes into force today will make it illegal to drive with set limits for both illegal and certain legal drugs for the first time.
A Keighley man back home from battling ISIS has vowed to return to Kurdistan and finish the job.
Dad-of-four Yasir Abdulla, 36, left his wife and kids to fight for the Peshmerga defending his family home against Islamic state fanatics.
And brave Yasir has learned of new horrific acts of ISIS barbarism - feeding mothers meals cooked from their own children's flesh.
Keighley brewery Timothy Taylor's has taken to Twitter to deny Madonna was on her favourite tipple before taking a topple at the Brits.
The 56-year-old singer famously revealled she is partial to a pint of Landlord - the 4.3% abv ale.
But the local brewers were Faster Than a Ray of Light to scotch gossip Madge had been drinking their championship beer before she took to the stage.
The Twittersphere erupted last night and Madonna became a global trending topic after she tumbled down the steps during her performance at the BRIT Awards, held at London's O2 Arena.
A businessman who tricked police speed cameras by fitting a jammer device on his Jag has been jailed for two months.
Nigel Stephenson, 65, attached the speed detection blocker after he was caught driving too fast, a court heard.
The motorist admitted perverting the course of justice and was also fined £1,000 and also handed a six month driving ban.
A biker optician is looking at slowing down after seeing out 40 years in the job.
Graham Dickson, 59, of Vision Express at the Airedale Shopping Centre in Keighley, was thanked by the firm's Chief Executive, Jonathan Lawson, at a special dinner in London.
The grandfather of five was presented with a pin badge marking his four decades working in and around Keighley.
A four year old died after setting fire to his den during a game of hide and seek with his brother, an inquest heard.
Tragic Nathan Harrison, from Keighley, mistook a utility lighter for a toy gun and accidentally ignited a duvet as he played in his bedroom.
Bradford Coroner's Court heard harrowing evidence from Nathan's mother Jodie Collins of how she battled to save her young son.