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News from Huddersfield
Sales recovery continues at Morrisons
Bradford-based supermarkets group Morrisons reports a second quarter of rising sales as it continues to cut costs and prices.
Murder inquiry over canal towpath death
A murder investigation is launched after police receive new information about the death of a man found on a canal towpath.
Polling stations open in West Yorkshire
Voting takes place in council and police commissioner elections across West Yorkshire
Hospital failings led to stillbirth
A hospital trust admits liability after failings at one of its midwife-led units resulted in a baby being stillborn.
Six care home staff cleared of neglect
Six care home staff accused of wilfully neglecting an elderly resident are cleared by a judge.
Yorkshire cling on for nail-biting draw
Yorkshire attempt to chase 320 to beat Nottinghamshire but are forced to hang on for a thrilling draw at Trent Bridge.
15 in court over fatal quad bike crash
Fifteen people appear in court charged in connection with a collision between a quad bike and a sports car which killed four people from West Yorkshire.
Spencer sketchbook to go on show
An unpublished sketchbook by the artist Stanley Spencer, containing his earliest known drawings and a short story, is to go on display in West Yorkshire.
Sonic booms heard as RAF scrambles jets
Loud bangs heard across parts of Yorkshire were sonic booms from RAF Typhoon jets scrambled to identify an "unresponsive civilian aircraft", the RAF says.
Castleford sign Widnes winger Flynn
Castleford Tigers sign Widnes Vikings winger Paddy Flynn on loan until the end of the season.
Tour de Yorkshire 'has world's best fans'
The Tour de Yorkshire has the best cycling fans in the world, according to the director of the Tour de France.
Crowds 'phenomenal' at Tour de Yorkshire
Millions turn out for 2016 Tour de Yorkshire
Police and Crime Commissioner Election 2016: West Yorkshire
West Yorkshire candidates and results