A woman has been charged with the murder of a Bridlington man last summer.
30-year-old Katie Marie Rose of Brdilington is charged with killing Graham White on 27 August 2014 on Sewerby Road, Bridlington.
Humberside Police say:
Mr White sustained a fatal injury on Sewerby Road, Bridlington following a disturbance at 0425hrs on Wednesday 27 August 2014. The disturbance was isolated incident involving two groups of people who were known to one another at an address on Sewerby Road
Following on from the success of the Tour de France yellow bikes, a Bridlington guest house owner has got into the spirit of the Tour de Yorkshire by decorating bicycles blue to display for the event.
The Tour De Yorkshire will start in the east coast town in May.
A man accused of murdering Bridlington landlady Bei Carter says he killed her by accident and never intended to hurt her.
53-year-old John Heald from Rotherham said he had armed himself with a knife outside his room at the Morayland hotel after overhearing two men threatening to slash him.
He said he got in a struggle when Mrs Carter surprised him and grabbed the knife and as they struggled she screamed and fell back.
John Heald has taken to the stand in his trial accused of murdering landlady Bei Carter at her guest house in Bridlington last year.
Plans for a new lifeboat station in Bridlington have been approved by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
The new building will replace the charity's current lifeboat station on South Marine Drive, which has operated since 1903 and is now too cramped and outdated for the RNLI. Work is expected to start later this year.
More fishermen die in January than in any other month of the year. That's the warning from lifeboat crews at the start of a new safety campaign to try to make fishing boats safer.
The RNLI says too many boat owners allow their vessels to become unstable - risking their lives and those of the people who may need to come to try and rescue them. James Webster has been to Bridlington to find out more:
Underwater police search are being carried out to try to solve the mystery disappearance of a father of two who went missing five weeks ago.
Officers from a specialist unit have spent the day scouring the River Calder at Wakefield to try to find Damion Vernon, from Bridlington, who disappeared after telling family he was heading to South Yorkshire to buy a car.
Today his family travelled from their home on the East Coast to watch the start of the search and continue their campaign to find out what happened to him. David Hirst reports:
Police have begun an underwater search of the River Calder in Wakefield for a man from Bridlington who went missing five weeks ago.
The family of father-of-two Damion Vernon travelled from their home on the East Coast to watch the start of the search and continue their campaign to find out what happened to him.
Damion, who is 32, was on his way to pick up a car in South Yorkshire when he went missing. Relatives and police say his disappearance is puzzling:
Police will search the River Calder for Damion Vernon from Bridlington, who went missing before Christmas.
Since the last confirmed sighting of him in Bridlington on Monday 8 December, Humberside Police have grown increasingly concerned for Damion Vernon’s safety.
“We have now put out several appeals for information, but so far have drawn a blank. Our investigations have not found any sightings of Damion since he left his vehicle on Sycamore Street in Wakefield.
“We were hoping that our appeals would provide some information to us that would give us hope in finding him.
“We do not have any new specific intelligence to suggest that Damion has entered the River Calder but we are now having to look at the possibility that this may be the case. We are now in a situation where we must search the waterways surrounding the areas where Damion was last seen.
“A team of specialist divers will begin a search of the River Calder on Wednesday 14 January 2015.”
A new campaign has started to encourage fishermen to be vigilant during what is traditionally the deadliest month of the year.
The RNLI say more fishermen die in January than any other month and have released a series of videos promoting safety in the trade.
The films give practice advice on keeping boats stable and hope to reduce the chances of fishermen getting into difficulties at sea.