The mother of an 11-year- old boy run over and killed by a drunk tractor driver has welcomed government plans for courts to give sentences of up to life for drivers who kill.
Harry Whitlam died on a farm at Rothwell in Leeds but the tractor driver wasn't subject to the drink drive laws because it was on private land.
His mother Pam wants that changed - but says tougher sentences for dangerous drivers on the road are a move in the right direction.
Jon Mitchell has Monday afternoon's weather forecast.Read the full story ›
The British Heart Foundation says don't turn the other cheek in an emergency - but gain the necessary life-saving skills to Restart a HeartRead the full story ›
Why does the sun look strange? Many of you have noticed a strange tint to the sun today. Why is that? Jon Mitchell has the answerRead the full story ›
Cloud and outbreaks of rain throughout the morningRead the full story ›
Dry with warm sunny spells. Gales by TuesdayRead the full story ›
Becoming very windy later Monday. Warm for October, occasionally sunny.Read the full story ›
Often dry and warm with sunny spells on Sunday.Read the full story ›
Temperatures well above average this weekend. Very windy for our region by the end of MondayRead the full story ›
The winners of the annual Yorkshire Awards have been revealed.Read the full story ›