Grab a copy of this week's Press to read how a taxi driver has been jailed for causing the death of another motorist by leading him on a high-speed chase.
Yasir Qadoos reached speeds of nearly 70mph as he raced 31-year-old Mohammed Zaman. The chase ended when Mr Zaman crashed and was thrown through the windscreen of his vehicle.
We've also got the latest on two men from Dewsbury who have appeared in court charged on suspicion of smuggling drugs worth billions of pounds into the UK. Vojtech Dano and Ivan Turtak face charges of conspiring to import class A and class B drugs.
In other news, a 'miracle' dog was saved by vets, four weeks after swallowing a kebab skewer which speared her kidney, and business leaders reckon Dewsbury is "finally on the up" as the doors of a historic town centre pub are set to open.
Read how a cafe in Birstall is opening its doors to young people in a bid to reduce anti-social behaviour in the village, and ancient woodland shrouding the reputed grave of Robin hood is at risk of being felled.
In sport, Dewsbury Rams have announced a dual-registration agreement with Hull KR for the 2020 season.
The link-up will allow them to bring players in from the Super League club on a week-by-week basis to complement their squad, while Rams players will also be able to play for Rovers' reserves team.
We also have the latest from both Dewsbury and Batley coaches on what business still needs to be done as the start of pre-season nears.
No fewer than six Heavy Woollen talents helped Leeds to Women's Super League glory as the district showed its rugby league strength, while several local players are also set to feature in the World Nines in Sydney this weekend.
And in football, manager Jonathan Rimmington praised Joe Walton after the striker scored his 100th goal for Liversedge last weekend.
All that plus much more in tomorrow's edition of The Press…