Police in York are questioning a 19-year-old over a murder in York on Monday evening.
The teen had been in hospital for treatment following the incident on Hamilton Drive, Acomb, where 20-year-old Liam Miller died.
Police have also confirmed that they are treating the attack on the second victim – the man who went to Liam’s assistance and was also stabbed - as attempted murder.
A deal worth £40 million has been secured to make ultra-fast broadband available in Leeds.
Up to 80,000 homes are set to benefit from speeds of 152Mb. The upgrade will begin in MIddleton, then roll out to other areas of the city after being agreed between internet providers and the city council.
Residents of Hull affected by flooding are being asked to step aboard the flood bus.
They will be able to get advice from the city council's flood team, Yorkshire Water and representatives from the Environment Agency on how to minimise the risk of damage to their homes and where to go for help.
A bridge which has stood in the centre of Barnsley for more than 30 years will be demolished this morning.
The Kendray Street bridge will be replaced as part of the Better Barnsley Plans.
If you were thinking about growing your own vegetables - but you don't have enough space - now couldn't be a better time, apparently as waiting lists for allotments are at an all-time low
Helen Steel visited one allotment in Huddersfield, where tenants have applied for a grant to grow more of their five-a-day.
And a famous face leant his support too:
The safety failings of the company which ran Lindsey Oil refinery in north Lincolnshire "created an inevitable risk of death" a judge has said.
The comments came as oil firm Total UK were fined after a major fire at the plant near Immingham which killed one of their workers.
24-year-old Robert Greenacre died in the blaze in June 2010. His parents were in court to hear today's sentencing.
Michael Billington has the story:
As expected Hull City have today sold both defender James Chester to West Brom and Robbie Brady to Norwich.
Brady didn't travel with the team to their pre-season training camp in Austria, but our sports reporter Chris Dawkes did.
He has been speaking to manager Steve Bruce about his plans for the coming season after the club were relegated from the Premier League in May:
A touring photography exhibition to mark the centenary of a charity for service veterans with sight problems is showing just what can be achieved with a camera despite visual impairments.
The Blind Veterans UK exhibition features stunning photography taken exclusively by former servicemen and women who are blind or partially sighted.
Sarah Clark reports: