A leading UK charity says disabled people are being ‘left out in the cold’ because they can’t get in through the front door of most UK homes.
One of our region's MP will be spending the day in a wheelchair after a challenge by Doncaster teenager Jack Marshall, who has a rare neurological disorder. Andrew Percy will be experiencing first hand some of the access issues wheelchair users face in Brigg town centre.
Firefighters across the region are starting a four-day strike today in an ongoing row over pensions. Members of the Fire Brigades Union will walk out at 6pm - with the strike ending the evening before Bonfire Night.
Humberside Fire and Rescue Service have reassured residents that cover is in place as Halloween night approaches:
We will find out today who will be South Yorkshire's new Police and Crime Commissioner.
The election was held yesterday after former Commissioner Shaun Wright stepped down in the aftermath of the Rotherham sex abuse scandal. The counting of votes begins later this morning with final result being declared this afternoon.
Tour de France 'artefacts' which adorned Skipton for the world's biggest cycling race will go on sale for charity.
Twelve iconic Tour lamp-post banners and 50 bundles of yellow, green, polka dot and Union Jack bunting that were on and around Skipton High Street are up for grabs in a sealed bid auction.
All the money raised will go to the charity Lupus UK, which battles lupus, a chronic and incurable disease of the immune system.
The banners bear the official Tour De France and Yorkshire Grand Depart 2014 logos, while the bunting features a display of cycling jerseys in the colours of the Tour De France competition categories.
The Brownlee brothers, world champion triathletes visited the German factory where their gold-medal winning bicycle tyres and the soles of their running shoes were made.
The two Yorkshire-born athletes were especially fascinated with the fact that so much manual labour goes into producing the tyres.
Lincolnshire currently has the lowest rate of so-called 'disabled friendly' houses in Britain - and according to one leading charity, the misery that shortage is causing is only going to get worse.
Seven-year-old David Househam has muscular dystrophy. His family say their home in Boston is completely unsuitable for his needs - but they can't find anywhere else or afford the tens of thousands of pounds needed to adapt it. Matt Price reports.
There's been criticism of Hull City Council today for spending more than half a million pounds on a failed bid to bring HMS Illustrious to the city as a tourist attraction.
They heard yesterday that their plans to have the vessel docked in time for the City of Culture 2017 had been rejected by the government, but say they're determined to press ahead with other plans, as Fiona Dwyer reports.
On the day MPs have been discussing a plan for a blanket ban on legal highs, Calendar can reveal that more than half of 18 to 24 year olds have taken them.
In the second of our special reports on the substances being openly sold online and on our high streets, Grace Melody-Gardner spoke to a mother whose son's curiosity put his life in danger.
Leeds will be one of the first cities in the UK to get broadband in over 100 public buildings.
Culture Minister Ed Vaizey said the city is leading the way to becoming one of the UK's superconnected cities.