The family of an 83-year-old woman from Harrogate woman say she was denied the right to die with dignity after her bed was moved twice in the minutes before she died.
Irene Simister died last week in Harrogate District Hospital. Her sons, Andrew and David, say she was moved - against the wishes of nursing staff - to make way for another patient.
They say staff claimed the move was financially motivated. Hospital authorities have denied that - but have issued full apology. Chris Kiddey reports.
Two brothers say they are furious after their dying mother's bed was moved twice in the final moments before her death from cancer.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses after a woman was sexually assaulted in Harrogate.
It happened when the woman was sat on a bench across from the Blue Bar at Montpellier Hill between 9 and 10pm when a man sexually assaulted her before exposing himself to her.
It is believed a number of people were in the area at the time and concerned about the woman.
A man in his fifties has been arrested in connection with the incident.
Police are asking for witnesses to come forward after a woman was killed in a collision in Harrogate on Sunday morning.
Detectives say a blue Ford Fiesta and a blue BMW 1 series car collided on Otley Road, at the junction with Cold Bath Road just before 7am.
The female driver of the Ford Fiest was pronounced dead at the scene.
Three men in the BMW have been arrested in connection with the collision, on suspicion of drink driving and causing death by dangerous driving.
A passenger has been seriously injured after a van crashed in North Yorkshire this morning.
The single vehicle accident happened where the A1 meets A168, near Hunsingore in between Allerton Park and Wetherby.
Around 3000 people took part in the 10th Great Yorkshire Run in Harrogate this morning.Read the full story ›
Emma Nelson from Harrogate, who lost her hair in her mid-teens, believes alopecia is not taken seriously enough.Read the full story ›
The dog was adopted by one of the workers at the vets' surgery where he was taken after being found with a broken legRead the full story ›
Yorkshire farmers are calling for a long-term plan to support the industry as Britain prepares to leave the European Union.
Speaking on the opening day of the Great Yorkshire Show, members of the NFU said the need to champion British produce around the world was greater than ever to meet the challenges Brexit would pose.
Goole farmer Guy Poskitt spoke gave Calendar his views.