A man from Barnsley has been sentenced to ten years behind bars for the manslaughter of his daughter
Police in Barnsley are looking for six men after alleged disorder following a Barnsley v Sheffield Wednesday match last year.
A Yorkshire Terrier cross had to be rushed to a Vet in Barnsley after it lustily devoured its owner's silver hoop earring.
Bambi the ten-year-old Welsh Cob pony who was shot in the face with a crossbow, is now recovering in a buttercup meadow in Barnsley.
Bambi, who was shot with a crossbow in Barnsley, was spotted by a member of the public on Monday at around 7pm.
RPSCA Inspector Joanne Taylor was not able to get near Bambi without causing her further distress.
A note was left for the owners, and they returned to the field later that evening - they managed to catch Bambi and she was examined again by a vet and the arrow was cropped.
She was taken to the Churchfield Veterinary Centre's equine unit at Penistone the next day.
Bambi was x-rayed and the arrow had four inches deep into her sinus. It was removed and her puncture wound stitched up.
Her owners, who do not wish to be named, said they were horrified by what had happened.
RSPCA inspector Taylor said: "This was horrific and deliberate act of animal cruelty on a defenceless animal.
"The arrow had caused Bambi so much distress, every time she moved she banged it causing her more pain and it really unnerved her, you could tell she was terrified by what had happened."
Police in Barnsley are searching for two missing girls.
Carla Marsh, 14, and Chantelle Dodsworth, 16, were last seen on Thursday at around 5.30pm.
Carla left her home on Park View, Worsbrough, saying she was going to Hoyland Common to meet her friend Chantelle and would be back later that evening.
Chantelle was last seen leaving her home on Hill Crest, Hoyland, saying she was going to Carla’s house and was staying overnight.
Neither girl returned.
Anyone with information is asked to contact the police on 101, quoting reference numbers BX/1503/2013 or BX/1502/2013.
Barnsley MP Dan Jarvis will call on the government to do more to help young people in his constituency. He'll lead a debate in the House of Commons on the issue later.
A horrific crash on the final day of the TT Races on the Isle of Man when a rider from South Yorkshire crashed into the crowd has left eleven spectators injured - many had to be taken to hospital.
Jonathan Howarth from Barnsley, who was taking part in his first ever TT, was on the bike and was able to walk away from the crash unhurt. It happened on Bray Hill just at the start of the final race of the week long event. The race had to be stopped until the casualties were treated.
Kate Walby has been speaking to Juan Turner, a reporter on the island.
Eleven spectators were injured when a rider from South Yorkshire crashed into the crowd on the final day of the TT Races on the Isle of Man .
Jonathan Howarth from Barnsley, who was taking part in his first ever TT, was on the bike and was able to walk away from the crash unhurt. It happened on Bray Hill just at the start of the final race of the week long event.
The race had to be stopped until the casualties were treated.
Eleven spectators have been taken to hospital following a crash on the opening lap of the Senior TT race in the Isle of Man.
One is described as "seriously injured". The others have sustained "non life threatening" injuries.
It happened just after 1pm today on Bray Hill when rider Jonathan Howarth from Barnsley crashed on the fast downhill section less than a mile from the start.
Mr Howarth escaped unhurt
Bray Hill is one of the most popular vantage points for TT spectators.
The 25-year-old man who died yesterday from injuries sustained when the car he was in crashed into a garden in Barnsley at the weekend has been named as Daniel Lea Hancock.
Mr Hancock was travelling with 18-year-old Josh Powell, who also died, in a silver Peugeot 306 convertible on Engine Lane on Sunday, 19 May. It is believed the car left the road whilst negotiating a left-hand bend.
Mr Hancock was taken to Barnsley District General Hospital but died on Wednesday. Mr Powell died at the scene.
It is unclear who was driving the car but the two men are believed to have been the only occupants.
Former Leeds United and England defender Brian Greenhoff has died suddenly at the age of 60. The grandfather of three, who won 18 caps for Engand, died at his home in Norden, near Rochdale, on Wednesday.
Before signing for Leeds for £350,000 in 1976, Barnsley-born Greenhoff spent six seasons at Manchester United - often playing in the same team as his brother Jimmy, who'd started his own career at Elland Road.
Barnsley town centre will be filled with members of the emergency services today.
It is to allow the public to ask questions relating to the services, gain safety tips and basic first aid skills.
There will be a demonstation from the fire and ambulance services of freeing someone from a trapped car.
Representatives rom South Yorkshire Fire Service, South Yorkshire Police, Yorkshire Ambulance Service, Wood Head Mountain Rescue Team, Yorkshire Air Ambulance, RNLI as well as St John Ambulance and The British Red Cross will be there.