Police appealing for witnesses after a serious assault in Leeds in the early hours of Sunday morning have released CCTV stills of two men they want to speak to in connection with the incident.
It happened outside the Club Mission night-club on Heaton's Court at around 3.30am. The 23-year-old victim, who is from Wakefield, was left unconscious with head injuries and was taken to Leeds General Infirmary.
Police are looking for two men who walked off towards Lower Briggate after the attack. Detective Chief Inspector Steve Snow said one of the men was recognisable by his distinctive 'undercut' hair style which is completely shaved all the way around the level of the ear and then pointed at the front.
South Yorkshire Police have launched an investigation after ugly crowd violence marred Saturday's Championship clash between Rotherham United and Millwall at the New York Stadium.
The trouble started after Rotherham's Kari Arnason scored an 85th minute winner. Police moved in as missiles were thrown by sections of Millwall's travelling support.
Other visiting fans then tried to cross fencing to confront home supporters. Two stewards and a number of police officers received minor injuries. No arrests were made, but police say they'll be examining CCTV footage to track down those responsible. Rotherham fan Charlie Jackson took these pictures of the disturbance on his mobile phone.
John Shires reports on the game that saw North Ferriby United on their way to Wembley. The East Yorkshire club booked their place in the final of the FA Trophy at the end of the month by beating Bath City in a penalty shootout.
A man has been charged with murder following the death of an inmate at Doncaster prison.
The victim has been named as 43-year-old Robert Bryan who was allegedly assaulted inside the prison on Friday evening. He died later that night from head injuries.
Fellow prisoner Kieron Simpson, who is 25, is charged with his murder and will appear before Doncaster Magistrates Court tomorrow.
Grimsby singing sensation Ella Henderson is urging everyone's voices to be heard as loud and clear as her own.
In a national newspaper, she urges voters to register before the General Election. The 19-year-old, who will be voting for the first time herself, says she cannot wait to take part in the democratic process.
The former X Factor star was recently up against the likes of FKA Twigs, Jessie Ware, Lily Allen and Paloma Faith for solo British female.
She has received a gold record for sales of her smash-hit single "Ghost" and has recently released her new single "Mirror Man".
More babies are being born obese - with a national newspaper revealing the biggest were born in West Yorkshire.
Figures obtained by the Sunday Mirror show more babies are being born obese with 1,403 being classified as "significantly overweight" in the past four years.
The Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust reported 372 obese or "macrosomic" babies, weighing 9lbs 15oz or over, being born since 2011. The average baby weight is 7lb 4oz for a girl and 7lb 8oz for a boy.
Obesity campaigners have described the figures, obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, as "horrendous". Tam Fry, of the National Obesity Forum, told the paper:
"I am not surprised but I am hugely saddened. It's a vicious circle because the fat mother is going to produce a fat child who is going to grow up into a fat adult who is going to produce their own fat child. It just goes round and round and round."
The statistics also showed more than 109,000 under-15s had been admitted to hospital for obesity-related issues in the same period. Apart from genetics, factors causing macrosomic babies include mothers being obese or having conditions such as diabetes.