Sheffield's World boxing champion Kell Brook has been thrilling fans in his home city today ahead of his second title defence.
Brook tops a star-studded bill at London's O2 arena this Saturday, putting his IBF Welterweight belt on the line against fellow Brit Frankie Gavin.
Ben Turner reports:
Hull has opened it's very first "dry bar", following the examples of cities like Manchester and London.
The alcohol free monthly event has already proved to be a big success with many of the people who use the service saying it's long overdue.
The charity that runs it are hoping to be able be to open it every week.
Adam Fowler reports.
Sheffield United have parted company with their manager Nigel Clough.
His sacking comes after the Blades failed to gain promotion to the Championship through the League One play-offs having finished fifth in the table.
He is now the 9th manager to leave in the last five years.
Sarah Clark has more.
The family of two disabled youngsters say they are delighted barriers installed by Barnsley Council have been removed from a pathway near home. Brothers Levi and Lucas Atwal-Brice have autism.
A charity bought special bikes for them to go out riding with their parents near their home in Thurnscoe.
But that came to an end because the bikes were too wide to fit through the newly installed gates.
Martin Fisher reports:
Police in Grimsby are investigating the "unexplained" death of a man in his sixties.
Officers sealed off the area around Carnforth Crescent on the town's Grange estate just before seven this morning. A black tent has been erected outside a door of a two-storey block of flats in the street and detectives have been carrying out house-to-house enquiries in the area. They are also examining CCTV footage of the area obtained from local shops.
Rescued lions are celebrating five years since arriving in Yorkshire.
The neglected pride had been kept in concrete pens, and faced an uncertain future in Romania.
But a huge public campaign brought them to a new purpose-built home in Doncaster.
Claire Ashforth reports:
Thousands of bathers are expected to make a splash at Ikley Lido over the summer after it reopened this Bank Holiday weekend.
Voted one of the top ten open air pools in the country, the Lido celebrates its 80th anniversary this year and will be open every day until the end of summer.
Chris Lamb, a lifeguard at the pool, says they are expecting more than 140,000 people: