Police are continuing to search for a father of two from Bridlington who went missing eight days ago.
Damion Vernon left the resort a week last Monday to borrow a car - but he hasn't returned home.
His family is sick with worry as Damion needs medication and has never been missing before. They've made a desperate appeal for help in tracing him. Helen Steel reports.
The family of a missing man from Bridlington say they're distraught at the thought of a Christmas without him.
Damion Vernon, who's receiving treatment for mental health issues, went missing last Monday after travelling to Wakefield to buy a car. His family says it's completely out of character and his children are missing him.
His brother Aaron and mother Margaret Fox have been speaking to ITV Calendar.
The fiance of Damion Vernon who has been missing from his home in Bridlington for more than a week has released new photographs of him in an effort to find him.
The 32-year-old was reported missing last Tuesday, but was last seen in Wakefield on Monday 8 December.
Mr Vernon’s disappearance is said to be out of character and he has not been in touch with his family or friends.
Police say they are becoming concerned for a missing Bridlington man who has not been seen for a week. Damion Vernon was last seen in Wakefield but has not been in touch with friends or family.
Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of a man missing from his home in Bridlington.
Damion Vernon, 32, of Headlands Close in Bridlington, was last seen in Wakefield on Monday, December 8.
He is described as white, 6ft tall with a slim build and short wavy light brown hair. It is not known what he is currently wearing.
Humberside Police say Mr Vernon’s disappearance is out of character and he has not been in touch with his family or friends.
A Coastal Flood Alert is in force for the high tides this evening in Bridlington. Due to strong south-westerly winds, wave overtopping is expected to particularly affect Bridlington South Pier at the following times; between 4:30 pm and 10 pm tomorrow evening.
A man accused of murdering a Bridlington landlady in her own home has today pleaded not guilty at Hull Crown Court. 53-year-old John Heald , who's from Rotherham, denies murdering Bei Carter at the Morayland Guest House on 18th July. He also pleaded not guilty to three charges of rape on a named woman – not Mrs Carter. Heald was remanded in custody and is due to go in trial in January
There have been calls today for a better strategy to promote toursim in the region.
Much of the focus for the region's seaside resorts remains on attracting visitors all year round.
Skegness is getting a new aquarium and in Bridlington £25m is being spent on a new leisure centre. The next phase of work on the development began today as Fiona Dwyer reports.
A 24-year-old man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a crash on Flamborough Road in Bridlington in the early hours of the morning. His car left the road and collided with trees, coming to rest in a ravine. He is currently being treated at Hull Royal Infirmary. The 27-year-old passenger received minor injuries and has now been released from hospital. The B1255 is closed to allow the scene to be examined and diversions are in place.
Structural engineers are examining a building after a man was killed by falling masonry.
The 61-year-old man died after the building collapsed on Cliff Road in Bridlington.
A police cordon is expected to remain in place and the road closed until further notice for safety reasons.
A post mortem examination of the man who died will be carried out later.