Hundreds of passengers are having to use Leeds Train Station in darkness, following a power cut this morning.
A new-look Grimsby Top Town Market will be unveiled today following a £100,000 revamp
The boss of The Deep has described how the attraction nearly bankrupted the entire city of Hull.
Government officials are meeting in York to discuss ways of securing affordable insurance against flooding for residents. Premiums could rise next month unless ministers strike a deal with insurance firms.
Bradford-based supermarket giants has reported a fall in sales of 2.6% over the first quarter of the year.
The performance, on a like for like basis, included fuel sales though total sales contracted by just 0.3% as new store openings bolstered business.
The company, which trails market leader Tesco, Asda and Sainsbury's in market share, said sales at stores open over a year fell 1.8% when fuel was excluded in the 13 weeks to May 5 - an improvement on the fourth quarter decline of 4.1%.
"This performance reflects a steady improvement from the previous quarter and is in line with our expectations," the firm said.
Morrisons said plans to launch an online food operation by January 2014 were progressing, adding that talks with online grocer Ocado on a possible tie-up were continuing.
York-based fashion retailer Coggles Limited has gone into administration. Around 30 redundancies have been made from the 60 staff members. The administrators are now looking for a buyer for the business.
– Joint administrator Andy Clay of Begbies Traynor in York
We are continuing to trade two of the York stores and the website as usual while we market the business. With its strong brand name and excellent reputation, we are optimistic that a buyer will be found and that Coggles will continue in some form. We are currently reviewing the business and making every effort to secure a return for the creditors and a future for the business and its staff.”
He was raised on a council estate in Bradford and went on to become one of Britain's youngest millionaires. Now Dylan Wilk has gone back to his old school - Bradford Grammar - to help inspire a new generation of entrepreneurs
Pub and club owners in York could be forced to pay a controversial new tax after plans to charge them for cleaning up after late night drinkers passed their first stage at the city council.
Some bars could be charged more than £4000 a year under the so-called late night levy. The council hopes the proposal could raise more than £280,000.
Bar owners say they are being unfairly victimised. Licencees, the police and other community groups will now be consulted.
Bradford Council have confirmed they will buy the iconic Odeon building for £1.
The cinema owner, Homes and Communities Agency (HCA), said it would sell the building to Bradford Council as well as investing £1.3m in the site for safety work.
The landmark 1930s cinema has been derelict since it closed in July 2000.
The Bradford Odeon Rescue Group have been campaigning to save it.
Bars, pubs and clubs in York could be among the first in the country to be "taxed" up to almost £5,000 a year to help pay for policing rowdy late night streets.
The controversial levy is being discussed by York Council later today. The Cabinet will decide whether to launch a consultation.
Leeds Council have said it's also looking into launching the scheme.
Licensees say they're being punished at a time when the industry is struggling - but with cash tight to pay for policing - supporters say it could save York around £286,000 a year.
A Lincolnshire town that has received support from retail guru Mary Portas to improve its high street is set to receive extra funding.
Market Rasen is one of seven towns, along with Rotherham, to get a share of £1 million from the government. The towns have been chosen for how they've implemented innovative ideas to transform the high street. A market to celebrate their achievements is being held in Market Rasen.
UK Coal has struggled since a huge fire destroyed its main pit in the Midlands and has refused to comment on reports that it's seeking voluntary liquidation. The firm said it is holding talks "with a wide range of interested parties" over the future of its last two deep mines. David Hirst reports.
There are questions over the future of Britain's largest coal producer which employs hundreds of people across the Calendar region.