Steve Pick is to take over as acting police and crime commissioner for South Yorkshire following the resignation of Shaun Wright.
There have been tributes today to the pilot who died in the helicopter crash on the East Coast on Tuesday along with his passenger.
Captain Brian Bridgman, who was a father of two, had sold his engineering firm to follow his passion for flying. His family said tonight he was a fantastic dad and a brilliant pilot.
Bad weather has further hampered the recovery operation today which was called off this morning due to fog. Fiona Dwyer reports from Flamborough Head.
A multi-million pound aircraft training facility has opened in Bradford.
For the first time in Yorkshire pilots and cabin crew can learn all the latest safety techniques under one roof, and as Victoria Whittam's been finding out first hand, the simulators are so realistic it's like taking to the skies, without your feet leaving the ground.
Leeds United's caretaker head coach Neil Redfearn says he doesn't know whether he'll be in charge of Leeds or not for the West Yorkshire derby between Leeds and Huddersfield on Saturday.
He has been in control of the team at Elland Road since the departure of Dave Hockaday last month. Earlier this week, Massimo Cellino revealed that Redfearn is now out of the running for the permanent head coach job.
For the next 35 days accountant Steve Pick will try to bring some stability to the high-profile role of Police and Crime Commissioner in South Yorkshire.
Mr.Pick was today chosen as a stand in replacement for Shaun Wright who resigned from the position after weeks of controversy over his role in the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
Mr.Pick's interim appointment was made by the Police and Crime Panel whose chairman today said the role of Police Commissioner should be scrapped. David Hirst reports.
There have been harrowing scenes in Thailand as the distraught parents of one of the two murdered backpackers arrived in the country as local police admitted they have no idea who the killer is.
It's four days since Leeds University student David Miller and Hannah Witheridge were found battered to death on a beach on the island of Koh Tao.
Today Hannah's family hugged each other in front of the cameras as Thai Police revealed they had no DNA match to any of the 12 suspects they've been questioning. Jon Hill reports.
A man with disabilities from Lincoln who has struggled to find a carer has taken to advertising on his own wheelchair in a desperate bid to find someone.
Matt Smith says he's baffled that, with so many unemployed, so few suitable candidates have come forward. Adam Fowler reports.
Seven fire crews are currently tackling a blaze at Southview Leisure Park in Skegness.
The complex has been evacuated but there is no reports of any casualties.
Crews from Mablethorpe, Skegness, Holbeach, Leverton, Alford, Spilsby and Horncastle are all in attendance.