Denise Preston, who is 44 and from Barlby, Selby, was last seen on Wiggington Road, York at around 9.20pm last night Tuesday 7 January 2014.
A new forensic search of the home of missing York chef Claudia Lawrence starts today as detectives launch a fresh review of the case.
Bradford City fans are being asked to help in the search for a missing Leeds woman who vanished 13 years ago.
The family of missing Wakefield man Kevin Judge have spoken of their “utter turmoil,” on the first anniversary of his disappearance.
Kevin's daughter Lisa has made an made an appeal to the public in the hope it might lead to information about her dad.
She said: “Since my dad's disappearance a year ago the family and his friends have suffered utter turmoil.
"Everyone has done everything possible to try to find him. I only hope one day he will turn up fit and well and if he is reading this or is with someone who is, we just want to tell him that he is well loved, sorely missed and there is never a moment goes by without him being in our thoughts.”
Since Kevin was last seen, near to his home address on Esther Avenue, Lupset, on Monday 15 April at 12.30pm officers have continued to search for clues about his disappearance.
A dog which was in a car in North Yorkshire when it was stolen has been found.
Quinn the cocker spaniel and the stolen Ford Mondeo were found in Ripon. The pet has been taken to a local vet's surgery for a check up.
A police uniform and identification which were in the car have also been located.
Police helicopters have joined the search for a missing pensioner.
Elsie Sills is 88 years of age and suffers from dementia. She was reported missing from her home in the Northorpe Road area of Donington this morning at 8.45am but it is possible she left her house on Thursday evening.
Elsie is 5' 4" tall, of stocky build and walks with a stoop. She has grey hair and wears glasses and is very hard of hearing.
She usually uses a mobility scooter when outside the house but she has not taken it with her.
Humberside Police are appealing for help in finding a 15 year old girl from North East Lincolnshire.
Charlie (Charley) Eaves was reported missing after failing to return to her home in Scunthorpe. She was last seen when she left on Sunday afternoon.
Charlie is believed to have travelled to West Yorkshire area to meet 18 year old Shrewsbury man Brandon John Prichard. They are believed to be together and may be travelling on the rail network in and around Yorkshire.
Charlie is described as a white, 5ft 3ins tall with a slim build. She has a long coloured red hair with a pale complexion. It is not know what she is wearing but is believed to be wearing a dark coloured skirt, a denim jacket and possibly zig zag patterned top and a hat.
Lincolnshire Police have found an 11-year-old who went missing yesterday.
Missing person Cordelia Hookings has been found safe and well in Lincoln at 10:25 this morning http://t.co/R3Im8HoMcb
Police in Chesterfield are appealing for help to find Alec Morris, 81, who went missing from his home in Inkersall on Tuesday.
Mr Morris was dropped off outside his home on Westwood Drive at 5.50pm but didn't go into the house. He has not been seen since.Mr Morris is described as being bald and was wearing a grey coat, grey/blue trousers and blue shoes.
His wife and officers are extremely worried for his safety.
Officers are appealing to local residents to be on the look-out for Mr Morris and to check sheds and outhouses to see if he is sheltering somewhere
Lincolnshire police are searching for the missing eleven-year-old Cordelia Hookings in Lincoln. She was last seen around the Carlton Centre/Wragby Road, Tesco area of the city in Wragby Road, about 11pm on Tuesday evening.
Police in Lincoln are searching for 11 year old Cordelia Hookings - known as ‘Cordy’ - who has been missing from her home in Jellicoe Avenue near the Carlton Centre shopping area since 8pm on Tuesday evening when she left home after a family argument.
She has brown eyes, brown hair tied up and was wearing a black coat and her black school shoes and a grey hoodie. Cordy has not been reported missing before.
A helicopter worked through the night around the Carlton Centre/Wragby Road, Tesco area of the city. The last positive sighting of Cordy was at Tesco in Wragby Road at about 11pm.
Police are continuing ground searches in the area and are urging people to check their outbuildings this morning.
The family of missing Bradford University student Aamir 'Eric' Qudeer will today appeal for information - a month to the day since he disappeared. The 21-year-old was last seen on February 26th at Leeds railway station, boarding a train for Liverpool at 3pm.
CCTV footage from Liverpool Lime Street shows Aamir leaving the station at 6pm and he has been tracked through CCTV up to 6:40pm that day.
The last believed sighting was at 6.55pm the same day, again in Liverpool, though he could have returned to Yorkshire as his home is in Leeds. Aamir is 5ft 5" tall and was wearing a grey long sleeved top, dark body warmer, dark trousers and dark shoes.
The family of backpacker Eddie Gibson, who went missing 10 years ago, have been told that human remains have been found in Cambodia.
It's emerged that human remains have been found near a lake in Poipet near the Cambodian border with Thailand.
Mike Gibson, Eddie's father, from Hove has said the site has been secured as bones, including a skull have been discovered.
A pair of underpants, possibly Calvin Klein ones which Eddie wore, were found in the area and it is suspected the body found had a broken arm, which Eddie had.
Dental records are also being sent out to help in the identification process.
Nineteen-year-old Eddie went missing in October 2004. He was three weeks into a combined Asian and Pacific studies and international management course at Leeds University when he left to travel around Cambodia.
He last made contact with his mother to say he was looking forward to coming home, but when his parents went to meet him off a flight which left Thailand on November 1st, he was not there.
Mr Gibson said, "We do hope it is Eddie so we can bring him home and bring an end to all this not knowing what happened to him."