Police have released an Efit of a man they want to speak to in connection with the attempted robbery of a teenager in Wakefield.
A 15-year-old boy was approached by three men on Avondale Street in Wakefield on Monday. The men demanded his mobile phone and cash and attempted to push the teenager to the floor. He was able to resist and then run away from the trio.
The parents of a three-year old boy say they need to raise money for vital equipment to help him get around after he was diagnosed with a life-limiting illness because of a genetic disorder.
Joel Wilkinson's parents were told he has Duchenne's Muscular Dystrophy nine months ago.
There is no treatment and no cure - but more children die from it every year than any other genetic condition. Helen Steel has been to meet Joel and his family
The South Bank area of Leeds received another boost today with the launch of a new public shuttle bus link connecting the city’s railway station to Leeds Dock.
Allied London and Leeds City Council has initiated this new transport infrastructure.
The number 70 service hits the road on Sunday 26th April at 10am, and will run between Leeds Dock and Leeds South Bank to the city centre every 12 minutes.
Over the next fortnight we'll be telling you more about the party leaders visiting our region and making a few more promises along the way.
But how much of it do we believe? Have we made up our minds who we're going to vote for? Indeed, are we going to vote at all?
Adam Fowler has been to Hull to test the political mood:
City of York Council has lost a crucial appeal after it fined motorists who were caught on camera driving through Coppergate when barred.
The national Traffic Penalty Tribunal ruled last spring that the council had no power to issue penalty charge notices for using Coppergate and Lendal Bridge during an experimental traffic ban. Today announced it had dismissed the authority's challenge to that decision.
The tribunal said last summer that if the appeal was dismissed, the council would have to accept the decision unless it decided to apply to the High Court for judicial review.
The council has set aside £387,000 paid in fines by motorists for using Coppergate in case it has to issue refunds to them, although it still has the right of appeal.
City of York council said the tribunal's decision was 'flawed'.
Police are appealing for help in locating a missing 13-year-old Grimsby boy.
Ashley Jason Farrar was reported missing to police at around 8am on Tuesday April 21 after being last seen the previous day.
Ashley is described as white, 5ft 4ins tall with a slim build and cropped mousey coloured hair. He was last seen wearing navy blue Adidas jogging bottoms with blue strips, a navy blue Adidas tracksuit top and navy blue Adidas trainers.
Since being reported missing police have had a reported sighting of him in Grimsby, but concern is now growing for Ashley due to his age and lack of contact with his family.
A terrorist sympathiser has been jailed for 18 months for posting links to an Islamic State (IS) magazine on his Facebook page.
Hassan Munir, 27, posted a link to Dabiq 4, a propaganda magazine produced by the extremist terror group.
The Old Bailey heard that Munir, from Bradford, had been repeatedly warned by Facebook and police officers after he posted jihadi material on his page - including material about beheadings.
Sentencing him, Mr Justice Saunders said the magazine posed a serious danger because it incited people to take up arms for IS, which is also known as Isil and Isis.
Munir said he posted a link to the extremist document on his Facebook page "in case me loses it like", but the judge said he did not believe him.
The 27-year-old, of Lynton Avenue in Heaton, Bradford, has between 400 and 600 friends on his Facebook page.
He previously posted details of how to make explosives and other material supporting IS.
He was warned by police, but ignored them. The judge said he was passing a jail term to make it clear a "deterrent" is important in such cases.
Munir pleaded guilty to disseminating a terrorist publication.
In two weeks, voting will be over and results from the general election will be known.
Experts are describing it as the most unpredictable vote in recent times with opinion polls still pointing towards it being a hung parliament with no party winning an overall majority.
That's putting more focus than in previous ballots on what all the candidates are saying - not just the biggest two parties.
James Webster reports on the renewed interest in the smaller parties: