More than 300 job cuts have been made across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire after the Doncaster based sandwich and cake company Cooplands went into administration. Shops that are closing include nine in Doncaster along with the company's head office and bakery which are based in the town. Three stores in Lincoln will also close. But some of the leasehold stores have been sold and will remain open.
A book bank in Doncaster has given out over 50,000 books.
It's hoped the Re-Read scheme will encourage youngsters to enjoy reading and improve literacy.
It's the first scheme of its kind in the country and lets children to keep the books they chose.
A 53-year-old woman from Doncaster has gone missing.
Susan Saxton, was last seen travelling along Cleethorpes Road in the direction of Grimsby yesterday afternoon.
She is believed to have travelled to the area from her home in Sprotbrough in a silver Suzuki Ignis.
Susan is described as white, 5ft 6ins tall of medium build. She has short dark brown hair and was last seen wearing a purple top, black leggings, a black and grey houndstooth coat and black boots.
Police are encouraging anyone who has seen Susan, or knows her whereabouts, to contact them.
A 25-year-old man is in a serious condition in hospital after being hit by a scooter in Doncaster. He was taken to hospital with suspected head injuries. Police say they believe a blue scooter was involved and are appealing for witnesses to come forward.
CCTV images have been released of two men armed with an axe who robbed a supermarket on High Street in Bawtry, near Doncaster.
Officers believe that the men threatened two members of staff, before leaving with cash from the till.
The men are described as white, around 5ft 11ins tall, of medium build. The first man pictured was wearing a blue puffa jacket with a hood, jeans and trainers.
The second man pictured was wearing a black hooded coat.
Police are appealing for anyone who recognises the men to contact them.
Police are appealing for help in finding a missing man from Doncaster.
25-year-old Matthew Holt was last seen in the Wheatley area of Doncaster, between 5pm and 6pm yesterday.
He is described as 5ft 10ins tall, of thin build with dark brown hair. He was last seen wearing black tracksuit bottoms with a dark hooded jumper and black and white trainers.
Officers would like to appeal for him, or anyone who has seen him, to come forward.
A 21-year-old man has been charged in connection with the attack and injury of sheep in Doncaster last year.
Daniel Lakin, of Beresford Road, Rotherham, appeared before the town's magistrates’ court on Friday January 16, 2015. He pleaded guilty to criminal damage, animal cruelty and an offence of having a dog dangerously out of control.
Police were called to a farm last August in Limekiln Lane, Stainton, following reports from a farmer that his sheep had been injured.
Two sheep, belonging to a 57-year-old man, were found to have bite injuries, which are believed to have been caused by another animal.
One of the sheep had to be put down.
Ben Parkinson, the Army's most injured survivor of the Afghan war, will today become the first British soldier to undergo a new treatment on his injuries.
The former paratrooper from Doncaster, starts a month long course of high-pressure oxygen therapy in Scotland to help treat his brain injuries and improve his speech and memory.
Injured Doncaster Paratrooper Ben Parkinson has set of for pioneering treatment in Scotland, as he continues his recovery. Ben lost his legs as well as suffering brain injuries in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. He's now to become the first British soldier to be given oxygen therapy to treat his chronic injuries. Michael Billington reports.
Doncaster Prison has been criticised for the number of drugs found within its walls.
Figures from the Ministry of Justice show Doncaster is among three jails with the highest amount of drugs seizures. There has also been a big increase in the number of legal highs found.