The search for a group of bank card scammers who have targeted elderly people in North Yorkshire has extended to the West Midlands.
The world's smallest ice cream van has been on show at the Great Yorkshire Show.
In stark contrast to last year, the Great Yorkshire Show will get off to a sunny start this morning.
A group of friends have created their very own Christmas Scene which has had them flocking to Harrogate.
It has taken them around a year to prepare their very special KNIT...IVITY - the baby Jesus in wool. It's all for charity as Sarah Clark reports.
A group of friends have created their very own Christmas Scene which has turned out to be a big attraction in Harrogate.
It took them around a year to knit their very special Knit-ivity to help raise money for charity.
Police have thanked the public for their help after a missing Harrogate pensioner was found safe and well. Margaret Sutcliffe, who has Alzheimers, disappeared this morning. The 74-year-old was found at an address in the town at around 3.15pm this afternoon.
Police are concerned for the welfare of a 74-year-old woman who is missing from Harrogate. Margaret Sutcliffe, who has Alzheimers, was reported missing at 1pm by her husband after she disappeared during a shopping trip.
She was last spotted in The Pound Shop in Victoria Shopping Centre at 12.30pm. She is described as white, around 5ft ins tall, of slim build with grey hair and wears glasses.
She was wearing a light blue Rohan anorak, a blue thermal hat with Regatta written on the front, black trousers and brown walking shoes. Anyone with information should contact police.
Police searching for missing man James Kipling from Harrogate have found a body at Saltburn in Cleveland.
The body was discovered at around 3.40pm today, near cliffs in an area of the beach known as Saltburn Scar.
The body has not been formally identified.
Harrogate police are appealing for witnesses after violence in the town left two officers needing hospital treatment. It happened on Cambridge Road on Saturday around 3.20am when a fight was reported to police. As officers made arrests, a constable suffered a broken leg which needed surgery.
The officer suffered an elbow injury and is in a stable condition in hospital. A 20-year-old man from Harrogate who was arrested at the scene has now been charged with affray, assault by beating and inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent.
He is due to appear at Harrogate Magistrates Court on November 28th.
– Inspector Penny Taylor, Harrogate Police
"This is another example of the dangers faced by police officers on a daily basis . One officer has suffered a serious injury which means that he will be away from front line duty for a considerable length of time. Although the injury suffered by the second officer was not as severe, it will be some time before he makes a full recovery. "
Fans of television memorabilia and car lovers alike take heed - a part of TV history is going up for auction in Harrogate.
One of the most familiar cars on our screens during the 80's - Bergerac's Triumph Roadster 2000 - is expected to fetch thousand of pounds when it's sold off later this month.
Harrogate police investigating acts of criminal damage at children’s playgrounds in the town have released images of the vandalism.
They occurred between Friday 25 October and Monday 28 October 2013, at play areas on Camwel Terrace and Stonecrop Drive.
The vandals daubed paint on a nest swing, chains and handles of play equipment. They also tore up pieces of one of the playgrounds’ safety surfaces.
It is not known if the two incidents are connected.
Britain’s most famous peace campaigner has won compensation and received an apology from West Yorkshire Police after she was arrested during the Olympic Torch Relay in Harrogate last year.
Lindis Percy, who lives in the town, was detained as she protested to US military officials as the Olympic torch passed through Harrogate.
West Yorkshire officers had been drafted in to help colleagues in North Yorkshire. Ms Percy, who is a regular protestor at the Menwith Hill spy base near Harrogate, sued the force. West Yorkshire Police has now admitted wrongful arrest, false imprisonment, assault and human rights infringements.
Her solicitor Andrew Gray, said:“My client was arrested for alleged breach of the peace by West Yorkshire Police in order to stop her from exercising her freedom of expression. Such heavy-handed and arbitrary use of State force was wholly unnecessary in the circumstances.”
Ms Percy said:“I was surprised and shocked by the actions of West Yorkshire police. The outcome of this claim restores the precious right to protest peacefully”.
In a statement, West Yorkshire Police said: "This lady was arrested in good faith following a complaint by a member of the public. When the evidence was reviewed it was decided that the grounds for arrest were not sufficient and consequently liability was admitted by West Yorkshire Police..."
Junior soldiers from the Army Foundation College in Harrogate will step out for their first parade today in front of their families after six weeks of training.
The soldiers, aged between 16 and 17, will show off their newly-acquired marching skills at their Passing-In parade at Uniacke barracks on Penny Pot Lane.
Families of the 500 soldiers will see their sons and daughters for the first time since they started at the college.
Each soldier has taken part in an overnight exercise, and weekend activities including kayaking, rock climbing and marching.
– Lt Col Oz Lane, Commanding Officer, Army Foundation College
"I am sure that there will be many proud families watching their Junior Soldiers taking their first steps into an Army career. This is the first milestone but nevertheless an important one."