Rivers are already swollen, heavy rain due on Monday afternoon may cause them to burst their banks. Warnings issuedRead the full story ›
Protestors have taken to the streets of Sheffield today opposed to the Prime Minister's plans to win support for a bombing campaign in Syria.
It mirrored similar protests across the country and a large demonstration in London. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has already said he is opposed to any bombing. Martin Fisher has the story.
Often very windy with rain or showersRead the full story ›
Friends and family of a man missing in York have urged businesses and residents in the city to check any CCTV footage they may have which may hold clues to his disappearance.
Rory Johnson, 29, was last seen during a night out in the early hours of Friday the 20th of November. Pictures have since emerged of him close to Clifford's Tower. He was also later seen in the City Mills area. Police searches of the river Ouse have been halted, for the time being, as officers focus on piecing together his last known movements.
Often very windy, especially as we head into Sunday, with rain or showers. Met Office 'Be Aware' warnings have been issuedRead the full story ›
The English Defence League are to stage a protest through Scarborough town centre today. They will march in support of homeless veterans.
Police say a counter demonstration is expected to take place, organised by 'Unity' - a range of groups who are opposed to the presence of the EDL.
The demonstrations are due to take place between 11am and 4pm. Some disruption is expected in the town centre around Vernon Road, Aberdeen Walk and outside Brunswick Shopping Centre.
Two lanes are closed on the M62 westbound in North Yorkshire due to an earlier accident.
It happened between junction 34 A19 (Selby / Doncaster) and J33 A162 (Ferrybridge Services).
Lanes one and two are shut for recovery work after a lorry left the carriageway.
Traffic is being affected travelling from Goole towards Pontefract.
From a childhood immersed in abject poverty to having his first book published aged 87, Harry Leslie Smith’s life reads like a novel.Read the full story ›
Shadow foreign secretary and Leeds Central MP Hilary Benn has said he will not resign over his backing of airstrikes on Isis in Syria, despite his party leader, Jeremy Corbyn, writing to all Labour MPs setting out his opposition to military action.
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