A woman from Harrogate has been banned from driving after being found to be more than three times the legal limit with her two young children in the car.
The 32-year-old was stopped Leadhall Lane in Harrogate on 3 July. She was found to be more than three times over the limit.
She pleadd guilty at Harrogate Magistrates court. in addition to the ban, she received a £150 fine and was ordered to pay £85 court costs and £60 victims surcharge.
With just two weeks to go until the start of the season Hull City have been on a preseason tour of Austria.
Their training base is the picturesque town of Leogang, 100 kilometres south west of Salzburg. A city made famous by a certain 1960's musical.
Chris Dawkes reports:
Jack Laugher, from Harrogate, and his partner Chris Mears have won the three-metre synchro Bronze at the World Championships tonight.
The result means the pair have also qualified for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
South Yorkshire police are still trying to trace the final movements of Conley Thompson after he left his friends at a play park two miles from his home in Worsborough.
Conley's body was found on the site by workman yesterday morning. He died after becoming stuck in a vertical pipe. The company carrying out work at the site - Howard Civil Engineering - says it is cooperating with the police investigation.
Today, a book of condolence was opened at a church near his home. Martin Fisher reports.
On the even of the first Rugby World Cup match in Leeds, Millenium Square in the city is to be transformed into an open air theatre space by the outdoor theatre company Tangled Feet and they are looking for hundreds of volunteers to join in.
The show on Friday 25th September, will be called "Collective Endeavour" and will have a rugby theme. Christine and Duncan spoke to Nathan Curry, the co-Artistic Director of Tangled Feet about the project.
You can find out more about it here
A memorial has been unveiled to remember those killed in one of our region's worst mining disasters.
The remains of most of the 27 men killed in a gas explosion at Maltby Colliery in 1923 are still entombed underground.
Today, their relatives - who have been raising money for a permanent memorial - met at the site of the explosion to pay tribute. David Hirst reports.
A 62-year-old man has been jailed for over 12 years for sexually abusing two young girls in Doncaster.
Joseph Harvey, of Sea Cliff Road, Scarborough, appeared before Doncaster Crown Court yesterday (Monday 27 July) to receive his sentence after a jury found him guilty of 18 offences at a trial earlier this year.
The offences included multiple counts of sexual assault, sexual activity with a child, and one count of attempted rape, for which he was jailed for 12 years and six months.
The court heard how Harvey abused his victims in the 1960s and 1980s in the Doncaster area. With the support of friends, they came forward to police last year and an investigation began.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust has issued a statement following the conclusion of the inquest in to the death of four-year-old Mylee Weetman who died at Leeds General Infirmary following heart surgery.