At its height 75 firefighters tackled a huge blaze at the former Majestyk nightclub in Leeds. Hotels nearby had to be evacuated.
Churches are being urged to join other faith leaders for a multi-faith vigil outside Bradford City Hall this evening for the release of Alan Henning and those being held with him.
The vigil will start at 7pm and will be led by the Area Bishop of Wakefield and acting Area Bishop of Huddersfield, Bishop Tony Robinson and the acting Area Bishop of Bradford, Bishop Tom Butler who are joining other faith leaders from across the communities.
The vigil has been organised by the Pakistan Club - a group of professional people who are working to build bridges between faiths.
Alan Henning, a taxi driver from Eccles in Salford was captured by IS militants while delivering aid to Syria.
IS militants issued a threat to kill the father-of-two in a video released on 13 September which also showed the killing of another British man, David Haines.
Beningborough Hall in North Yorkshire is celebrating a bumper harvest of apples with a fortnight of fruit-inspired activities for visitors.
The award-winning National Trust property grows dozens of varieties of apples within its walled gardens.
It is inviting people to come and marvel at this year's crop, as well as enjoy some talks and apple-sampling.
Garderner, Mark Pethullis, says it is an opportunity to see some of the apple varieties they are working hard to preserve:
West Yorkshire Fire service says a fire on the Yorkshire Post tower reported by members of the public has now been put out.
A number of motorists noticed the fire as they drove past this evening. But fire crews say it was a small, accidental fire that was quickly dealt with.
The tower is the only remaining structure on the site after the rest of the Yorkshire Post building was demolished.
The A64, which is the main route in and out of Scarborough, will be closed completely by the Highways Agency at Rillington from 8pm tomorrow until 6am on Monday.
The closure is to allow essential resurfacing work to take place as the current road surface needs replacing.
Drivers will be diverted via the A169 to Pickering and then on to Scarborough via the A170.
The Highways Agency says this work has to take place over a weekend due to the depth of carriageway which needs to be resurfaced.
Plans for a new £50 million community sports park in Sheffield were unveiled today.
It will be known as the Olympic Legacy Park, and will be built on the site of the old Don Valley Stadium. It is hoped it will be fully operational in early 2016. ITV Calendar reporter Chris Dawkes reports:
The story of Hull rugby league legend Clive Sullivan is at the centre of a new exhibition which has just opened in the city.
He was the first black captain of any British sporting side and that fact is celebrated in the new display detailing the history of the sport.
It's starting a nationwide tour here in our region. James Webster's been to take a look...