A 19-year-old man who was arrested in connection with a murder on Hamilton Drive in York on Monday has been charged with the murder of Liam Miller.
He has also been charged with the attempted murder of a man in his fifties who was found injured in the street.
He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear at York Magistrates’ Court tomorrow morning.
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The firm behind the plans, Third Energy, wants to frack at a site just outside the village of Kirby Misperton, North of Malton. Residents fear the proposals will destroy their village, and lead to fracking being allowed across the county, however, Third Energy say local people have nothing to fear about their plans.
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Police in York are questioning a 19-year-old over a murder in York on Monday evening.
The teen had been in hospital for treatment following the incident on Hamilton Drive, Acomb, where 20-year-old Liam Miller died.
Police have also confirmed that they are treating the attack on the second victim – the man who went to Liam’s assistance and was also stabbed - as attempted murder.
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A touring photography exhibition to mark the centenary of a charity for service veterans with sight problems is showing just what can be achieved with a camera despite visual impairments.
The Blind Veterans UK exhibition features stunning photography taken exclusively by former servicemen and women who are blind or partially sighted.
Sarah Clark reports:
Thirty years after the murder of a family of five which shocked the nation, a Yorkshire author says she has written the definitive book on the subject.
The man who carried out the cold blooded killings - Jeremy Bamber - has maintained his innocence for years - but Carol Ann Lee says despite extensive inquiries she can find no one who says Bamber did not do it.
Bamber is still trying to win his freedom from his cell in Wakefield Prison.
Chris Kiddey reports: