Sheffield United have paid tribute to one of their best-known fans, who has died.
David 'Shred' Spencer had supported the Blades through thick and thin and organised coaches to away matches for many years until his death yesterday at the age of 61.
Hundreds have now backed a campaign to get a stand at Bramall Lane named after him and players at today's match away at Crawley wore black armbands as a mark of respect.
Rail union campaigners have protested at stations along the East Coast main line to mark the route's return to private ownership.
The RMT union say it should stay in the public sector because it's provided the Treasury with millions of pounds since it was taken over six years ago following the collapse of National Express.
But from tomorrow it will be handed over to be run by private firms Virgin and Stagecoach.
South Yorkshire Police have confirmed a man killed in Doncaster Prison last night was an inmate.
The man died in hospital following an assault at around 6pm.
Another prisoner is being questioned by detetctives on suspicion of murder.
A woman from Castleford has been prosecuted for dumping the packaging from Christmas gifts she'd just bought in a street in Greater Manchester.
Flytipper Donna McCluskey had a shop assistant help her empty the unwanted boxes from her car onto a quiet side-street in Salford in October.
Unknown to her, she was being filmed on council CCTV.
25 year old McCluskey, of Ruskin Drive in Castleford admitted illegal flytipping and was fined £300 and ordered to pay a victim surcharge of £15.
Ms McCluskey told council officials that she had bought children’s dolls and other Christmas presents and, as she was pregnant at the time, the shop assistant packed them in two large boxes and carried them to the car.
She told the assistant the boxes were too big to have in the car and she needed to sort them out. She couldn’t drive home with them as she couldn’t see out of the back window. The assistant directed her to Cottenham Lane to unload the boxes.
Despite attempts, the shop assistant is yet to be found.
Ms McCluskey told officers she would “go mad” if someone dumped rubbish like that outside her own home and apologised for the offence.
A man's been arrested on suspicion of murder after the death of a man at Doncaster Prison.
It's alleged the victim was assaulted at the jail at around 6 o'clock last night.
He was taken to hospital, where he later died.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of murder and is being held in police custody.
A post-mortem is to be carried out today, but the victim is yet to be identified.
Hull City boss Steve Bruce has given East Yorkshire neighbours North Ferriby a good luck message ahead of their FA Trophy semi-final today.
The Villagers are level 2-2 with Bath and are just 90 minutes away from setting a date for the final in Wembley.
Bruce led his team to the FA Cup final last season and explained how much of a boost playing at the national ground could be:
Sheffield United will wear black armbands at their game against Crawley Town in memory of one of their best-known fans. David Spencer, or "Shred" as he is affectionatley known, died yesterday.
Hundreds of fans have now signed a petition to have one of the stands at Bramall Lane named after him.
The Women's Rugby World Cup has gone on show in Halifax today.
England, under the captaincy of Katy McLean, won the tournament in France this year, courtesy of a 21-9 victory over Canada in the final.
Now the cup's been brought to Ovenden Park, as Halifax Ladies play Derby Vipers.