A drug dealer, who went on the run before he was due in court for heading up a £13m smuggling ring, has been arrested in the Philippines.
John Halliday, from Harrogate, was a lead member of an organised crime group responsible for importing and supplying hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of drugs.
His arrest followed an operation which resulted in a raid on business premises in Leeds where 10 kilos of class B drugs were recovered.
Halliday disappeared in September 2013, before the start of his trial. He was jailed for ten years in his absence.
A 38-year-old woman is seriously ill in hospital after being knocked down in Sheffield.
It happened on Saturday January 17, 2015 around 11am on Barnsley Road when a Hyundai car was in collision with a pedestrian.
The woman was taken to hospital where she is in a critical but stable condition.
Police are appealing for anyone who witnessed the accident to come forward.
The appointment of the first female Bishop is an historic event, but her husband says it is her experience of everyday, normal family life that she will bring to her new job.
48 year old Reverend Libby Lane is a mother of two and has spent the last 20 years juggling often unpaid parish work with raising her children Connie and Benedict.
She met her husband Rev George Lane while studying theology at Oxford University, and they were ordained together in 1994 - four months after the first group of women became priests.
Her husband who is currently co-coordinating chaplain at Manchester Airport thinks their story 'represents the future of the Church of England'.
More jobs were created in Yorkshire last year than the whole of France, according to employment minister Esther McVey.
Conservative Philip Davies (Shipley) asked her to ensure that job centres always support job fairs so jobseekers are aware they are taking place.
Ms McVey said Tory MPs were putting their Labour counterparts to shame by organising events such as the one held in Mr Davies's constituency before making the claim about France.
There are hopes that a huge investment being made on the east coast of Lincolnshire will boost tourism.
£1.75 million pounds from the Government's Communities Fund has been secured for two new attractions - a North Sea observatory in Chapel St Leonards along with a new visitor centre at Gibraltar Point in Skegness.
Kate Hemingway reports.
The first female Church of England bishop, Libby Lane has described her consecration service as an 'occasion of prayer and of party' and said she is 'thrilled that so many want to share in both.'
Nearly 2000 people attended the service at York Minster today which was conducted by the Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu.
Prime Minister David Cameron hailed the 'historic appointment' as an ''important day for equality'' and the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Most Rev Justin Welby, said he was 'absolutely delighted'.
Campaigners trying to keep Hull's libraries open full time have lost their battle.
Residents had told Calendar that plans to reduce the opening times across ten libraries by more than 100 hours would mean the loss of a vital service.
But today, Hulll City Council voted the plans through in order to save more than £300,000 - and said it was better than closing some libraries altogether.
Two new fast charging points for electric vehicles which have been installed in Sheffield are free to use.
The power stations in Broomhill and the city centre will allow cars to be fully charged in around three hours.
Councillor Jayne Dunn, from Sheffield City Council and Mark Daly from Inmotion Project have been talking to ITV Calendar about the installations.