The Duke of Cambridge will watch Yorkshire children tackle a playground challenge inspired by the 70th anniversary of D-Day.
A school project to build a fully operational plane is taking off at Goole High school. It's hoped it'll take to the skies in the summer.
The sister of a motorcyclist found seriously injured in a ditch almost three days after he crashed says it's a miracle that he is alive.
A 37-year-old man has been arrested after a woman was found with head injuries in Goole.
Humberside Police were called just after 2am, to attend an incident on Broadway.
The woman received treatment from paramedics and was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary, where she is in a critical condition.
The man is being questioned at Scunthorpe Police Station.
The circumstances surrounding how the woman received her injuries are yet to be established and inquiries are ongoing.
Former drivers are going on strike this morning at Tesco distribution centres in Goole and Doncaster in a row over contracts. Almost two hundred workers say they were unfairly dismissed, when Eddie Stobart took over responsibility for deliveries.
Tesco say they did all they could to offer staff other jobs.
Two men have been taken to hospital after a stabbing in Goole.
Police were called to Western Road at 9 o'clock on Wednesday night.
A 23-year-old man was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary. His injuries are not thought to be life-threatening.
Police believe a blue Range Rover Sport connected with the stabbing left the road and overturned on the A161 near Scunthorpe at 10 o'clock on Wednesday.
The driver was taken to Scunthorpe General Hospital and is said to be in a serious condition.
After Prince William's visit to Goole, he then flew by helicopter to Bradford where he dropped in at Centrepoint to learn about the youth homelessness charity's work in the city. Rachel Townsend reports:
Prince William was in East Yorkshire today to launch a new award aimed at inspiring young people. The Duke of Cambridge was at Goole High School in his role as patron of SkillForce - a charity which draws on the values and skills of ex-Forces personnel to inspire youngsters.
And as James Webster reports, while he was there, some of the pupils managed to get one or two selfies with him.
The Duke of Cambridge revealed a liking for Coldplay when he met children today at Goole High School, but he warned against instant beef stew and dumplings when embarking on expeditions.
William spent more than an hour at the East Yorkshire school and spent much of his time apologising to the youngsters for the pouring rain.
"I'm so sorry I didn't bring better weather with me," the duke said to flag-waving pupils as he arrived.
William was at the school to launch a new award for primary school children asroyal patron of the charity SkillForce.
SkillForce draws on the values and skills of ex-forces personnel to inspire young people to achieve at school.
He watched the youngsters take part in a team bridge-building exercise in the school yard which was inspired by the 70th anniversary of D-Day later this week.
As he chatted to the school's samba band, which was providing the musical accompaniment, he refused an offer to play one of the drums.
He told one of the drummers: "I used to play the piano, trumpet and drums when I was your age but I couldn't read music. There's only so much you can remember from the top of your head."
And when one of the band asked him what music he liked, the duke was heard to reply: "I really like Coldplay, Linkin Park."
Inside the school, William chatted to pupils taking part in the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme who told him about their expedition planning.
Inspecting a packet of Morrisons Value instant pasta and cheese, he said: "Have you tried this before? It's OK, it's not too bad.
"It's better than the beef stew and dumplings which is quite a heavy one."
William chatted about the SkillForce initiative with staff, pupils and representatives of the charity.
The new SkillForce Junior Prince's Award is aimed at nine and 10-year-olds, especially under-privileged children who do not have easy access to these kind of activities.
It is particularly aimed as smoothing the transition for children between primary and secondary school.
The award involves team-building and problem-solving challenges, team sports, outdoor pursuits including camping, first aid, navigation, observing remembrance and community projects.
Goole High School has worked with a group of local primary schools to develop the new national award programme.
Prince William visited the youth homeless charity Centrepoint's base in Bradford this lunchtime.
The duke is the royal patron of Centrepoint and learned about the organisation's work in Bradford before meeting young people involved in employability training workshops, designed to break the cycle of youth homelessness.