The most read stories from June 4.
1) Last rites given to assault victim in hospital after thug's attack over theft
A MAN was kicked and beaten so badly he had to be given the last rites.
Now the man who attacked Nicholas Lee has been jailed for more than eight years.
Builder Daniel Cosgrove has been jailed for a total of eight-and-a-half years for a horrific attack on a witness who reported a theft to the police which led to his arrest.
2) Woman seriously injured in Meltham road accident
POLICE sealed off the centre of Meltham this morning after an accident left a woman seriously injured.
A woman was knocked down in Huddersfield Road, outside the Carlile Institute, at 7.56am.
The woman, in her 30s, was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary by ambulance suffering serious, but not life-threatening, injuries.
3) Stunning new crystal work to go on show at Yorkshire Sculpture Park - take a look here
IT IS one of the most stunning works of art to be brought to West Yorkshire.
And bosses at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park expect to have thousands of visitors for their latest off-beat exhibit.
Roger Hiorns' blue crystal installation at Yorkshire Sculpture Park - named Seizure - has been described as both 'beautiful and menacing'.
4) Teenager and woman fighting for life after car flips in crash
A TEENAGER and a 26-year-old woman are today fighting for their lives after a crash in Kirklees.
The 16-year-old girl and 26-year-old woman were passengers in a Seat Ibiza which smashed into a parked Ford Ka in Batley last night.
The Ibiza then careered into a garden wall and overturned onto its roof.
5) Huddersfield man jailed over BB gun attack at his Milnsbridge home
A MAN has been jailed for 16 months after he threatened police officers with a gas powered ball-bearing gun.
Leeds Crown Court heard Christopher Evans had already fired the weapon through the door and a window at his parentsâ€™ home hitting his father Mervin, after earlier subjecting his girlfriend Tiffany Morris to violence and threats at the home he shared with her.
Then he held police at bay from the roof of a garage at his Milnsbridge home.