A passenger forced to land a plane at Humberside Airport after the pilot was taken ill has said he thought he was going to run into a wall.
A passenger who landed a plane after the pilot collapsed at the controls has said he was "terrified" as he "hadn't a clue how to get down".
The Government has announced an American firm will take over the running of Britain's search and rescue helicopters.
The number of people in the region considering taking out a payday loan has doubled in the last six months.
New figures show that while the number of people across the country considering a short term loan fell from seven to six percent, since June last year, the number in Yorkshire and the Humber rose from three to six per cent. Figures have fallen over all from a peak of twelve per cent in April 2012.
At least 750 new foster families are needed across Yorkshire and the Humber during 2014, according to figures from the Fostering Network.
More foster families are needed not only to replace the 12 per cent who leave each year, but to ensure that the children who come into foster care find carers who have the skills and qualities they need, and are available immediately.
Families are particularly needed to provide homes for teenagers, children with disabilities and sibling groups.
The Fostering Network says without enough families willing and able to offer homes to these groups, some children will find themselves living a long way from family, school and friends or being split up from brothers and sisters.
Police are appealing for help in locating Ian Clipson of Far Ings Road, Barton, who was last seen at his home on December 7.
He is 5ft 9ins, stocky, with long shoulder length hair and stubble and when last seen was wearing a light brown KAPPA jacket, a plum t-shirt, khaki trousers and brown shoes.
It is believed he left home in a silver/green coloured Ford Fiesta Y141 UGG and police would ask anyone who may see this vehicle to please get in touch.
Officers say his disappearance is out of character.
He has connections to North and North East Lincolnshire along with the Lincoln and North Yorkshire areas.
Officers are asking anyone who can help to call Humberside Police tel 101 quoting log 314 of 09 December 2013.
Natasha West was reported missing this week from her home in Stanley Street, Grimsby. Police are concerned as she has not been seen since October 11.
She is described as 4ft 11ins tall, slim and with long brown straight hair. She usually wears tracksuit bottoms, a hoody and a t-shirt.
Police would like to make Natasha aware that she is not wanted for a criminal offence but that they are concerned for her welfare. Officers would ask her to make contact.
Natasha or anyone with information is asked to call Humberside Police on 101 quoting log 396 of 06 November 2013.
Safety at Spurn Point is to be improved after 9 people became cut off by the tide.
Eight adults and a child had to be rescued after the tide came in quicker than they expected.
They were spotted and returned to safety by Associated British Ports staff.
A port facility for offshore renewable energy technologies on Humberside is among some 40 infrastructure projects, with a total capital value of £33 billion, which have passed the first hurdle to secure Government funding guarantees, the Treasury has announced.
Hull's stepping up its bid to be the UK City of Culture with a new guide to the city. They've created a 'cultural map' which they're taking it to London, stopping at every station along the way.
Dramatic footage of a plane being landed, by a man who'd never before taken the controls of an aircraft, has been released by the RAF. John Wildey landed the light aircraft at Humberside Airport last week after the pilot collapsed at the controls, and later died.
Today footage from an RAF Leconfield helicopter shows the astonishing touchdown, after Mr Wildey was guided in by a flight instructor and air traffic controllers. Sally Simpson reports.
A passenger in a light aircraft who had to take controls of the plane after the pilot collapsed has tonight been telling Calendar how he managed to land it safely.
John Wildey, who's 77 and from Doncaster,, had never flown a plane before, but he made a perfect landing after being talked down by instructors. The pilot has since sadly died. But Mr Wildey has been hailed a hero for staying calm and for averting any more loss of life. James Webster reports.