Police have named a man who was found dead at his house in Full Sutton in East Yorkshire as 50 year old antiques dealer, Peter Battle.
A coroner has spoken of his disgust at the killing of a church organist, who was attacked on Christmas Eve.
Crimestoppers is offering a reward of up to £10,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the killer of Alan Greaves.
A murder inquiry has been launched after a man was killed in Sheffield last night. Police were called to Andover Street in Pitsmoor at 7pm, where a thirty-three-year-old man had been seriously assaulted. He died an hour later at the Northern General Hospital.
A thirty-eight year old man has been arrested.
Police are continuing to question a man and a woman over the death of a four year old girl in Grimsby.
Poppy Widdison died at Sheffield Children's Hospital in the early hours of Monday morning. She had been admitted with serious injuries. A 34-year-old woman and a 36-year-old man have been arrested and remain in police custody.
A man from West Yorkshire has denied murdering a grandmother whose body was found in a shallow grave on Rishworth Moor.
Pamela Jackson, 55, disappeared from her home in Chester-le-Street, County Durham, in March.
Her partner, Adrian Muir, 50, from Calder Terrace, Halifax, West Yorkshire, was charged with her murder before her body was found.
Officers discovered Ms Jackson's remains buried on Rishworth Moor, near the M62, last month.
Muir appeared at Newcastle Crown Court via video-link to plead not guilty to the charge. His trial will be held on August 29.
The widow of church organist Alan Greaves today came face to face with his murderer and heard him admit - for the first time - that he'd carried out the Christmas Eve killing.
Maureen Greaves was at Sheffield Crown Court today when Jonathan Bowling pleaded guilty to her 68 year old husband's murder. A second man has denied the charge and he will now face a trial by jury. Ben Erlam reports.
One of two men accused of murdering the church organist Alan Greaves has admitted his guilt today. His co-accused has pleaded not guilty and the case will go to trial later this month. David Hirst reports from Sheffield Crown Court.
A 22-year-old man admitted the murder of church organist Alan Greaves when he appeared before Sheffield Crown Court today. Jonathan Bowling, from Burngreave, pleaded guilty during a short hearing.
His co-accused, Ashley Foster, 21, who is from High Green, appeared via a video link and he denied the murder of Mr. Greaves. The case will go before a jury on June the 24th and is expected to last for at least two weeks.
Mr. Greaves' family were in the public gallery during today's hearing. The former social worker was attacked on his way to play the organ at midnight mass at St Saviour's Church at High Green.
Two men who went on trial for murdering a teenager in West Yorkshire have been handed a prison sentence totalling more than 35 years.
Luke Elliot was given a life sentence for murdering Craig Hepburn, from Scotland, and must serve a minimum of 22 years.
Anthony Driver was given a 13-year sentence for his manslaughter.
It's emerged they were both out of prison on licence, after serving sentences for violent crime, at the time they killed Mr Hepburn.
A man from West Yorkshire has been found guilty of a Scottish teenager.
Luke Elliot, 22, of Main Avenue, Cowlersley, has been found guilty of the murder of 19-year-old Craig Hepburn, and the attempted murder of Conor Paton in West Yorkshire.
Anthony Driver, 36, of Grange Cottages, Marsden, has been cleared of murder but convicted of the manslaughter of Hepburn. He was cleared of the attempted murder of Conor Paton.
Mr Hepburn, from Paisley near Glasgow, had travelled with his family and friend Conor to Marsden on July 6 last year.
They had been drinking in the village and were returning back to Craig’s uncle’s house when the tragedy unfolded.
Mr Hepburn was stabbed 11 times and died in hospital following the attack near Old Mount Road, where it meets Manchester Road. Conor was stabbed three times and made a full recovery.
South Yorkshire Police have charged Mark Stocks, 39 and Donna Haylock, 45, with the murder of George Dunn.
Forty-four-year-old George, known to his family and friends as "Jock" died last Thursday night on Greenfield Road, East Herringthorpe, Rotherham.
The post mortem revealed George Hepburn Dunn died of multiple stab wounds.
The pair from Greenfield Road are due to appear at Rotherham Magistrates' Court on Monday 27 May.
The mother of Chelsea Hyndman is flying to Crete today, hoping to find out how her daughter died. The 20-year-old from Castleford was allegedly beated to death by her boyfreind, who denies murder. The trial starts on Tuesday.