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 coroner has said a teenager from East Yorkshire may not have intended to kill herself.
Baby giant tortoises in the Galapagos Islands are to be monitored on weighing scales donated by a Yorkshire tour guide.
Santiago Bejarano, who organises trips from his headquarters in Trinity Lane, Beverley to the Pacific archipelago, will deliver two highly sensitive weighing scales tothe Galapagos National Park later this month.
The specialist scales will help them to monitor embryo growth of these creatures through their eggshells before returning them to the wild.
An organisation set up to ensure children's safety in East Yorkshire is to review the cirumstances that led up to the death of a Beverley teenager.
14-year-old Jessica Blake disappeared from her home in August. Her body was found in woodland on the southern outskirts of the town.
According to some of her friends she had been bullied before it's believed she took her own life. The independent East Riding Safeguarding Children Board has revealed it's now considering what level of review it intends to hold into Jessica's death.
The family of Jessica Blake from Beverley have paid tribute to her. Her body was found on Sunday. Her death is not being treated as suspicious.
– Dave Blake, proud father of Jess
Jess was no angel, but nor was she a bad kid. She was cheeky and mischievous, loving and kind. She was the kind of girl who got on with anyone, she never judged and just took people as she found them. She filled our lives with fun and laughter, loved us and hugged us, played with us and fought with us, often all at the same time. She was clever and confident, funny and witty, and I can still hear her laughing.
– Dave Blake, proud father of Jess
The Jess who left home on Saturday lunchtime was laughing and hugging me just before she left. We had a tickle fight on the stairs, a fight she always lost and which always left me with a bruise or two. She told me she loved me for the last time there, as I helped her up, both of us laughing.
This was the girl all those kind, caring and selfless people were looking for, our daughter Jess, my 'special girl', her big sister's 'little sissy', someone her little brother could look up to and her mother's 'baby girl'. Our Jess.
Humberside Police have confirmed the body found in wooded area near Beverley is that of 14-year-old Jessica Blake. Her death is not believed to be suspicious.
Police were called to a wooded area off Chester Avenue in Beverley at 4pm, after a body was discovered.
The identification of the body has not yet been carried out, however the family of the missing 14 year old have been informed. Police are at the scene and have cordoned off Chester Avenue.
Police are searching for a 14 year old girl, who went missing yesterday. Jessica Blake was last seen in the Lincoln Way area of Beverly on Saturday afternoon.
The police helicopter is assisting in the search for the teenager whose disappearance is described as out of character.
A helicopter from RAF Leaconfield near Beverley joined four lifeboats to help rescue a pleasure boat which began to take on water two miles out to sea today.
The rescue happened off the coast of Redcar, Teesside, after three anglers on board the Ocean Pearl contacted the Humber Coastguard about the emergency. The Ocean Pearl was being towed back to shore when the decision was made to beach it at Redcar.
No one was hurt in the operation this morning.
Fake tan and fascinators will be on display for Ladies' Day at Beverley races. This year police are handing out lollipops to the women as part of a new programme to try and reduce drunken fights.
Beverley-born Lizzie Simmonds missed out on a medal when she finished fourth in the final of the women's 200m backstroke . Lizzie, who lives in Lincoln finished in a time of 2.07.26. The race was won in a new world record time by American teen sensation Missy Franklin.