The case of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence is to be featured in the new television series "Unsolved".Read the full story ›
The mystery behind the disappearance of Claudia Lawrence may be linked to double murderer Christopher Halliwell.
The ex-detective who brought the killer to justice says his "pattern of behaviour" also fits the case of the missing York chef. Sarah Clark reports:
A detective who helped bring the double murderer to justice says he could also have killed Ms Lawrence, who has been missing since 2009.Read the full story ›
A law which would allow families of missing people to have more control over their assets was not featured in the Queen's speech.Read the full story ›
Days after the 7th anniversary of Claudia Lawrence's disappearance, MPs have debated a proposed law in her name.Read the full story ›
Missing York chef Claudia Lawrence could legally be declared dead from today.
Claudia was last seen near her home in the Heworth area of the city on this day in March 2009.
A person can officially be declared dead after the seventh anniversary of their disappearance.
Police say they have spent £800,000 investigating Claudia Lawrence's disappearance, and are desperate to speak to a man spotted on CCTV.Read the full story ›
The CPS has confirmed it has decided not to charge four men over the murder of York chef, Claudia Lawrence.Read the full story ›
Joan Lawrence and Claire Throssell, who have both been through the trauma of losing loved ones have forged an extraordinary bond.Read the full story ›
CCTV pictures of two mystery figures seen near the York home of Claudia Lawrence on the night she vanished have been broadcast by police for the first time.
Six years on from her disappearance officers say they have significant new lines of enquiry and they expect to make more arrests in the next few weeks.
Today Claudia's father repeated his plea for information and said if she had indeed been murdered he wanted the right to finally lay her to rest. Sally Simpson reports