The Government has announced an American firm will take over the running of Britain's search and rescue helicopters.
A section of the M62 eastbound has closed after an overturned lorry spilled 10 tonnes of fish on the carriageway.
Seven candidates are standing to become the first Police and Crime Commissioner for the Humberside Police Force area.
Up to 30,000 people in the Calendar region each year are having their lives cut short by heart disease, cancer, lung and liver disease - that's the equivalent of wiping out the population of a town the size of Pontefract every 12 months.
Public health experts blame poverty and a lack of education. Many of the deaths, they say, are needless. Jon Hill has our main story on the stark north-south health divide.
A farmer from Lincolnshire says he needs migrant workers because of their reliability. Roger Welberry runs a business just outside Boston and says when he gets English workers they get a three month trial, but often they are not as punctual and hard working as their colleagues from the continent.
Figures included in this quarter's release from the Office for National Statistics show there are 112,000 Bulgarian and Romanian nationals working in Britain, but that figure could increase when restrictions are relaxed in the coming months.
Rachel Bull's grandfather moved here from Poland in World War Two. She now lives in Boston in Lincolnshire and she has some concerns about what the effect of that influx might be.
Today's unemployment figures show for the first time how many Romanian and Bulgarian nationals are working here - 112,000 across the country. Karolina Pelka is a shop worker in Boston, Lincolnshire but originally came from Poland. She says better pay and conditions attract people here.
As the latest figures show an increase in the number of people in our region without work, jobseekers in Boston, Lincolnshire have been sharing their stories of job hunting. Despite frequent criticism of migrant workers taking jobs, several said they would not be prepared to take on menial jobs.
Hull North has the 14th highest rate of unemployment among 650 UK constituencies in latest official figures.From @DianaJohnsonMP on Twitter:
The Employment Minister Mark Hoban says there are record numbers of people in work in Yorkshire and the Humber but more needs to be done to encourage job creation.
The number of people out of work in Yorkshire and north Lincolnshire rose by 1.6% in the first three months of the year, according to figures released by the Government.
Between January and the end of March the total number of people unemployed in the region went up 4000 to 250,000.
It means the current unemployment rate in the region is 9%.
Thousands of drivers have faced long delays on the motorway near Selby for most of the day. Part of the M62 was closed by a crash in the early hours. A lorry packed with crates of wet fish overturned leaving its load strewn across the carriageway. James Webster reports.