A couple whose dog fled the scene of a car crash are appealing for anyone who has seen her to come forward.
Rebecca Hall and her partner were involved in a collision in Denholme, West Yorkshire, at around 4pm on Sunday evening. The car flipped onto its roof and the windows smashed. Their dog, Ruby, climbed out of the window and ran away.
Anyone with information should contact 07846 920042.
Kate Walby reports on the latest figures for the Yorkshire region showing that 43% more stray dogs have been abandoned in the last year. The Dogs Trust survey says that 12,348 dogs were picked up last year. Kate's report features Amanda Sands from Dogs Trust Leeds and dog warden Abbie Sandham.
North Yorkshire Police have arrested five people from South Yorkshire on suspicion of possessing heroin with intent to supply after stopping a vehicle in York.
A car was pulled over by officers on September 16 when officers noticed the windscreen was cracked. Police could smell what they believed to be cannabis so they searched the car. Uncut heroin was discovered.
Two men aged 23 and 26, and a 22-year-old woman, from Sheffield, were arrested and released on bail.
A 28-year-old man and a 23-year-old woman, both from York, were arrested on September 17 in connection with the investigation. They have also been released on bail.
New figures show the number of people wanting to adopt dogs in our region has dropped by 6% since last year.
Animal charities say the situation is becoming critical in many kennels with problems re-homing dogs and more animals coming in. Difficulties rehoming older animals and breeds with a bad reputation are making the situation worse.