A man allegedly tried to murder four young children by hitting them with a hammer and then crashing a car with them inside into the wall of a Barnsley pub.
But Sheffield Crown Court heard that 29-year-old Owen Scott and the four youngsters, including a nine-month-old baby, all survived the incident at the Travellers' Inn at Oxspring.
Scott, who's from Hampshire, denies four counts of attempted murder and was remanded in custody to stand trial in January.
A father-of-three from Barnsley - who almost died after being hit by a car - says he is determined to stand to deliver his wedding vows.Read the full story ›
Siobhan Smith says it helps her keep a positive attitude.Read the full story ›
Officers are investigating a collision in the Oxspring area in which four children were taken to hospital.Read the full story ›
The fox is now being cared for by the RSPCA and will be returned to the wild once it is well enough.Read the full story ›
A629 Halifax Road in South Yorkshire is closed in both directions due to a police incident between A628 Barnsley Road (Hoylandswaine Roundabout, Hoylandswaine) and A616 (Wortley).
The road is closed between the Happy Hounds Hotel and the Wortley Cottage Guest House.
A burst water main on A628 Pontefract Road in Barnsley is causing traffic problems.
There is congestion and queues near Elm Row. The road surface has been raised around 3 feet from the water pressure outside Barnsley Football ground.
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The crash happened close to the A635 Lane Head Road, in Cawthorne this morning.Read the full story ›
Roy Taylor, 47, from Barnsley, will lead the PSP Logistics team in the 11 month, 40,000-nautical mile 2017-18 Clipper race.Read the full story ›
A man had a "miracle escape" when his £200,000 Ferrari careered off a motorway and into a field - just an hour after he bought it.Read the full story ›