Ex-bandmates of paedophile Ian Watkins said they were "heartbroken, angry and disgusted" by him, and were unaware of his child abuse.
The pair pleaded guilty to offences dating back to 2005 involving teenage boys from South Yorkshire and Humberside aged between 13 and 17.
Political Correspondent Paul Brand on the opening day of the Labour party conference, and what we can expect to hear from our region's MPs.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a shop worker was threatened during an armed robbery in Doncaster. It happened on Thursday Dec 5, when two masked men entered a mini market at the corner of Balby Road and Earlsmere Avenue in Balby.
One of them held a large knife towards a female member of staff and demanded she filled a bag with cigarettes. They both escaped in the direction of Earlsmere Road.
The first man holding the knife is described as around 20-years-old, white, slim and around 5ft 9ins tall. He was wearing jogging bottoms and a grey hooded top. The second man was also white and wearing a dark black or blue coat with a large logo on the back.
Police are reporting traffic delays on the A630 Cleveland Street at Doncaster following an accident. The road between A18 Carr House Road and A638 Trafford Way/Cleveland Street is closed. Diversions are in operation. The accident is affecting traffic around Doncaster town centre
A 40-year-old woman is due to appear at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court this morning after an incident at a house in Welbeck Road, Doncaster, at around 5pm on Wednesday, 4 December.
Marlene Crank-Dodwell, from Morley Road, Doncaster, is charged with burglary dwelling with violence and possession of cannabis.
Green gas made from home-grown maize is set to fuel thousands of homes and businesses across Yorkshire with the region's very first 'bio-gas to grid' project in Doncaster.
Biomass operators Future Biogas and the National Grid have commissioned the environmentally-friendly project to pump bio-methane, generated by locally-grown farming break-crops, including maize, grass and other biomass, into the gas network at Lindholme, near Doncaster.
£8 million has been spent on developing the plant, and It will process 35,000 tonnes of feedstock, sourced from local farmers, every year.
– Jeremy Bending, National Grid
Biogas will play an important part in providing safe, sustainable gas supplies for our homes and businesses for decades to come and help to reduce the country's greenhouse gas emissions. We are committed to supporting bio-gas and this is the first step in our goal to connect 80 such projects across the country over the next eight years.
It's a gruelling race, an epic challenge called the Great Ethiopian Run - and it's been completed by a 15-year-old boy from Doncaster. But what makes Jack Marshall's achievement so extraordinary, is the fact that he has a rare neurological condition.
Jack is blind in one eye and has reduced hearing and balance. But over the years he's defied doctors' expectations. He and his sister Jaimie have just returned from Ethiopia, where she helped him get around the 10 kilometre course.Tina Gelder reports.
Speaking after the sentencing of "predatory" paedophile Anthony Marsh and accomplice Lee Davis, South Yorkshire Police described the men's offences as "the most shocking series of sexual crimes committed against young boys" that the force has investigated.
The pair were said by police to have targeted boys across the country.
– Detective Inspector Delphine Waring of South Yorkshire Police
Marsh and Davis indulged their own depraved and criminal desires for many years against a number of young, impressionable and vulnerable young boys the length and breadth of the country.
The extent of their offending was matched only by the duplicity of their behaviour, which included their use of pseudonyms and multiple mobile phones to disguise their true identities and the deceit they exhibited day after day to their own families.
HIV-positive paedophile Anthony Marsh and his accomplice Lee Davis are both married with children and managed to hide their crimes from their families for more than a decade.
The men, from near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, used social networks such as Facebook and Bebo, as well as specialist gay websites, to groom teenagers as young as 13, before meeting their victims to sexually abuse them.
Police found a library of films hidden in the cellar of Davis's home showing him abusing the boys.
Officers also established that Marsh distributed some of the footage over the web.
An HIV positive paedophile who groomed teenage boys on the internet and filmed himself having sex with his victims has been jailed for life today.
Anthony Marsh, 53, a salesman from near Doncaster, South Yorkshire, was told he must serve at least 10 years before he is considered for release.
He was jailed at Sheffield Crown Court along with unemployed accomplice Lee Davis, 39, who was also given a life term and told he must serve at least 12-and-a-half years in prison.
Judge Julian Goose QC told Marsh and Davis they were "predatory, dangerous paedophiles". Police have described their activities as "vile, horrendous offences".
A 19-year-old man has been arrested following a suspected sex assault on a 17-year-old girl in Doncaster.
Police taped off a strip of land in Grove Park , which backs onto houses on Hillcrest Road, yesterday.
The incident is alleged to have happened at about 9am on Friday.
The man arrested in connection with the sex assault has been bailed pending further enquiries.