An investigation has started in East Yorkshire after reports of a woman posing as a social worker.
A couple from East Yorkshire have thanked a vet who saved their dog after she became impaled on a foot-long stick.
The cobbles in an East Yorkshire marketplace are going to be torn up and replaced with modern block paving.
A light aircraft has crashed shortly after taking off in East Yorkshire.
The plane came down near Beverley Road in South Cave just before 6pm.
One man was taken to hospital by Air Ambulance.
It was Ladies' Day at Beverley Racecourse today and despite the odd rain shower thousands of fashionistas flocked to the East Yorkshire course in their best hats and heels.
For a short time it was the ladies, and not the racing, who drew in the crowds as the catwalk took centre stage. Sarah Clark reports.
Arrangements for traffic leaving Beverley Racecourse after today's Ladies Day events have been announced.
From 4pm York Road (the main road outside the racecourse) will become one way only, and all departing traffic must turn towards the Dog Kennel Lane roundabout and the A1079, away from Beverley.
Environmental demonstrators have been arrested after barricading the entrance to a Rathlin Energy UK site at Crawbery Hill near Beverley. Bailiffs arrived this morning and began taking down a wooden tower which they constructed - but there was a standoff between police and protesters.
More than 6,000 people are expected to head to Beverley this weekend for a two-day festival of cycling which starts with the annual prestigious Elite Circuit race.
Sixty of the country's top cyclists will battle it out for £4,000 in prize money as part of the national Elite race series on the 1.2km criterium circuit around Beverley town centre.
The event brings the market town to a standstill from 5pm yesterday as 800 barriers go up. Pubs and cafes throw open their doors to a mix of cyclists, clubbers and townsfolk with the backdrop of two-wheel entertainment.
Campaigners have taken to the streets of Beverley today to protest about the numbers of wind turnbines that they say blight East Yorkshire. Smaller groups joined forces for the mass march before delivering a list of demands to the offices of East Riding Council.
They say the area has more than done its bit for renewable power. Martin Fisher has the story.
Campaigners opposed to more wind farms in East Yorkshire will march through Beverley this morning before delivering their demands to the planning department of the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
The area already has the highest density of wind turbines in England with 2 hundred and 23 either built, approved or pending consideration.
Singers Chas and Dave are bringing Beverley Folk Festival to an end today as part of a triple bill with Barbara Dickson and Rab Noakes.
The festival has seen the likes of Billy Bragg, comedy from Sean Hughes, broadcaster Andy Kershaw with a one-man show and War Horse author Michael Morpurgo over the last two days.
East Yorkshire property developer William Flannigan has been charged with ten counts of fraud by misrepresentation.
The charges relate to park homes at Lakeminster Park, near Beverley, East Yorkshire which were restricted to holiday use only but were sold as homes for year-round residence.
"The Crown Prosecution Service has been working closely with Humberside Police in connection with the sale of properties at Lakeminster Park, near Beverley.
"Having carefully considered all of the evidence presented to us by Humberside Police, we have concluded that there is sufficient evidence to charge this defendant with ten charges of fraud by misrepresentation and that it is in the public interest to do so. The defendant will first appear at Beverley Magistrates’ Court on 9 July.
– Malcolm Taylor, Reviewing Lawyer, CPS Yorkshire and Humberside Complex Casework Unit
“This defendant now stands charged with serious criminal offences and has the right to a fair trial. It is extremely important that there should be no reporting, commentary or sharing of information online which could in any way prejudice these proceedings."
130 pensioners facing eviction after sinking their life savings into retirement homes near Beverley have come out in force at the beginning of a fresh public inquiry today.
They have been facing eviction ever since the site at Lakeminster Park was refused retrospective planning permission. East Riding Council says it was only ever intended to be used for holiday purposes. Fiona Dwyer reports