A woman who was adopted in America and brought to the UK more that 30 years ago, must take a test to become a British citizen.
One of the army's top divisions is to change its name and relocate to York.
28 Alpacas have been put up for auction in York.
The City of York Council are to discuss the trial closure of Lendal Bridge at a meeting later.
The bridge was closed to public traffic in an attempt to ease congestion in the city, but commuters complained about poor signage and hefty fines for crossing at the wrong times.
Now the Cabinet is being asked to end the trial closure and apologise for the "botched" scheme.
We don't like to brag but we've just caught 4 suspects who've been on the run from a high security prison since 1972 http://t.co/RbOtxvGTRB
Thoughts & prayers tonight for Brian Robinson please , @letouryorkshire
Wishing Brian Robinson a speedy recovery http://t.co/fbS7wsDWDq
Funny how my grandad gets more recognition now than when he was winning races. Made up http://t.co/qvkr9xvkVR
@jake_womersley your Grandad Brian is a legend mate. I love talking to him. Send him my best wishes please mate. D
To mark 100 years since the start of the First World War the Imperial War Museum has collected more than 1000 artefacts to show what Britain was like at the time.
In our region The Yorkshire Regiment raised 24 Battalions - and of the 65,000 men who served their country, 9,000 died and 24,000 were wounded
Visitors to the museum will be able to experience the strains of life on the front line, as David Wood reports:
The latest craze to hit the classroom is loom bands - with children across the world making millions of them every day.
A dress made of the small coloured elastic bands sold for a staggering £170,000 pounds earlier this week.
But now a father from North Yorkshire has warned parents to be extra vigilant after he checked on his son - who went to sleep wearing them - and his fingers had turned black.
Helen Steel reports:
A signalling problem at York may course delays of up to 15 minutes
A new NHS unit is to be set up by the Department of Health to monitor new complaints from potential victims of Jimmy Savile and ensure they are investigated properly.
The Government hope it will make it easier for any other victims of the disgraced TV personality to come forward.