People in the region are being asked their opinion about plans to build a huge pipeline from North to East Yorkshire.
RAF Fylingdales, the radar base in North Yorkshire, celebrates its 50th anniversary today.
The son of a British woman shot dead in Turkey has described how he pleaded with the gunman to stop the attack.
A group of friends have created their very own Christmas Scene which has had them flocking to Harrogate.
It has taken them around a year to prepare their very special KNIT...IVITY - the baby Jesus in wool. It's all for charity as Sarah Clark reports.
Busby's owner sent Calendar a video of him and his cat who was missing since Friday.
They were reunited today after the man captured taking him on CCTV saw the appeals to bring Busby home on Facebook and contacted his owner, Chris.
Busby the cat has been found.
The man captured in the CCTV footage rang his owner on Thursday afternoon to arrange for Busby to be returned.
Chris Howson, the owner of Busby, a cat who was taken by a couple in York, says he is "devastated" and is appealing for help in finding his pet.
Police have released a CCTV image of a man suspected of assaulting two soldiers in a bar in Catterick Garrison.
The man is alleged to have launched an unprovoked attack on the soldiers in Louis’ Bar, on Kitchener Road, at around 3am on Friday 8 November 2013.
One of the soldiers, aged 27, was knocked unconscious and was treated at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton before he was allowed home.
His colleague, aged 21, suffered two black eyes, a broken nose and a fractured cheekbone in the incident. He received treatment at James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough for his injuries.
The owner of a cat who was stolen on Friday has been appealing for his safe return.
A couple were spotted on CCTV in the Holgate area of York stroking 10 year-old moggy, Busby, when they picked him up and walked off with him.
His owner, Chris, has been distributing posters with the message:
If you have any information on Busby's whereabouts, get in touch with us at email@example.com
The owner of a cat is appealing for his return after he was stolen by a pair near York.
10 year-old Busby was seen on CCTV being stroked by the couple, who then pick him up and walk away.
Owner, Chris Howson, is desperate to be reunited with the white, brown and ginger moggy and is offering a reward to anyone who can help bring him home.
There is growing pressure on council officials in York after new figures revealed almost 26,000 drivers have fallen foul of a controversial bridge closure scheme.
The council brought in the ban on Lendal Bridge in early September to create a more pedestrian-friendly route from the railway station into the city.
The council says by the end of the trial the fines will generate 600 thousand pounds, money which has been ringfenced for Highways and Transport. Tina Gelder reports.
York is a fantastic city with much to offer and the aim of the Lendal Bridge 6-month trial is not to generate revenue, but to reduce traffic going over the bridge and through the city centre, as part of a long-term vision to create an even more attractive and thriving city centre for everyone. Doing nothing is not an option for York.
– Darren Richardson, City of York Council
The purpose of the trial and consultation is to find out how this scheme affects all traffic movements around city, but also how we can learn from any issues (technical or otherwise) that may arise along the way, so that we are in the best position to decide if this scheme could become a more longer term viable option.
– Darren Richardson, City of York Council
Based on the current level of contraventions, by the of the trial the actual Penalty Charge Notices paid would be approximately £600k, which is ringfenced for Highways and Transport.
Almost £1 million is being used for new defences in York.
Environment Agency contractors will now be able to raise the level of Landing Lane, adjoining the River Ouse, removing the need to install temporary barriers across the road in the event of a flood.
– Helen Tattersdale, project manager
We are delighted planning consent has been granted for this significant improvement to the Water End scheme.
Work at Landing Lane is just starting and should be finished early next summer.
The original phase of work at Water End is progressing, with many elements already finished or nearing completion.
The £4.2 million programme, with a £1 million contribution from City of York Council, will reduce flood risk to almost 400 homes and businesses.
The improvements to the York scheme come as the Environment Agency stages a month-long awareness campaign, asking people what they would most hate to lose in the event of a flood.
– Cllr Dave Merrett, City of York Council
This is a welcome announcement. This scheme of work will help to greatly reduce the risk of a recurrence of the pre-1982 floods or of the leakages we saw during 2012 in the Water End area of the city.