Science teacher Christopher Hird is accused of indecently and sexually assaulting pupils at East Yorkshire secondary school
The Deep in Hull is celebrating welcoming its 5 millionth visitor since first opening its doors in 2002.
The first new fortnightly refuse collections have started in Hull to help meet government budget cuts.
Campaigners who have been fighting plans to close three schools in East Yorkshire say they do not feel they have been listened to by cabinet members on East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has confirmed it intends to close three schools following the conclusion of a consultation. They are Dunswell, Gembling and Langtoft schools.
A final decision will be made in six weeks' time.
Children who currently attend Dunswell will go to Kingwood Park school, which should be finished by mid-summer next year.
Two recommendations have been made regarding pupils at Gembling, including talking with local headteachers about additional alternatives and writing to parents in the catchment area about why some children will go to other schools in the area.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has agreed to close Dunswell School at the end of August, along with Gembling School. There is anger from campaigners, who feel they were not listened too.
Campaigners say they will carry on the fight if a ruling to close 3 schools in the East Riding goes ahead.
Dunswell, Langtoft and Gembling schools are at risk of closure and councillors will today discuss the issue.
Police in East Yorkshire are appealing for witnesses after a series of burglaries across the area over recent days.
The first burglary took place on April 15 at a house in The Orchard, Leven. The burglar reached through the letterbox and removed the key.
The occupants, who were at home and asleep, woke and disturbed the burglar. The house keys were taken.
The second burglary took place on the same day at a house on Rectory Lane in Preston.
Again the occupants were at home and the burglar stole a set of keys.
A semi detached house was then targeted on April 16 on Sherwood Drive on the outskirts of Hull.
Finally, on April 17 a burglary took place on Buttfield Road in Howden. An Audi Q7 was stolen.
Anyone with information should contact 101 or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
Pupils from one of three East Yorkshire schools threatened with closure have released balloons in protest.
88 children, who will be forced to move schools because of the changes, gathered with their parents at Dunswell Primary near Hull this afternoon.
Each balloon had a message from one of the children tied to it. The fate of that school and two others will be decided at a council meeting next Tuesday. We spoke to campaigner Julie Reed about the situation.
A man from East Yorkshire who was wrongly charged more than £1,000 by an energy company is campaigning for better customer service. Each time npower apologised to Ian Dewer they took another payment.
Meet Alex and Lisa Pelling - who have just got married for the 40th time. They had their marriage blessed for the first time way back in June 2011 as they set off on an amazing journey to have a ceremony in 30 countries.