The family of a teenager who was beheaded by her boyfriend have spoken of their pain after her killer was jailed for life for murder.
Medical researchers in Sheffield have discovered that diabetic nerve damage causes more harm in the brain than previously thought.
A look into the technology which enabled a profoundly deaf woman to hear for the first time after 40 years.
The campaign to find Ben Needham has taken to Twitter for a special "Tweet for Ben" day.
The Sheffield toddler went missing on the island of Kos in 1991.
The account @FindBenNeedham is tweeting high-profile celebrities to raise awareness of their search.
A thousand bikers have taken part in the annual Easter Egg Run, delivering eggs to patients at Sheffield Children's Hospital.
Among them was World Superbike Champion and Children's Hospital Charity patron James Toseland.
He led the convoy through the city before arriving at the hospital this morning.
World Superbike champion James Toseland will be back on his bike but this time for charity as he takes part in the annual Easter Egg run.
James will lead more than 200 bikers, escorted by police, through Atterclife, The Wicker and West Bar before arriving at Sheffield Children's hospital in Weston Park to deliver the children's chocolate treats.
"We are delighted that James Toseland has decided to support us again this year by taking part in the run. The Egg run is a wonderful event for our young patients as they all love to see the bikers arrive.
It's always a spectacular sight, and of course it gives them a great lift when James then takes the time to visit the wards."
David Vernon-Edwards, The Children's Hospital Charity Director
If you are a biker and would like to join the procession, which leaves South Yorkshire Police Operations complex on Europa Way at 8am, its £2 per rider.
A woman from Sheffield is being treated in hospital after her car was involved in a crash in the Lake District which saw the other car burst into flames. It happened on Saturday around 9.30am when a silver coloured mercedes estate had been involved in a collision with a Ford Range pick up.
Passers-by pulled a family of five from the wrecked Mercedes car moments before it exploded. The driver of the Ford, from our region, has minor injuries.
A sherpa helping a team of climbers from a Sheffield expedition company has been killed after an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Another local sherpa with the group from Jagged Globe is in hospital, while another four guides have escaped without serious injuries.
The avalanche struck early in the morning as the Nepali guides went out to fix ropes for the climbers along the route to the 29,000ft summit.
The team of climbers from the UK were at base camp at the time and have been helping coordinate getting people down. They left the country at the start of April and were due to complete the challenge by the end of May.
People who use Class A drugs have been warned to be especially vigilant after a number of deaths in Sheffield over the past week.
South Yorkshire Police say although there is no clear connection between the deaths of three people, who are all thought to have been drug users, officers are concerned there may be a link.
Last night a 36-year-old woman from Gleadless and a 47-year-old man from Sharrow were both found dead at their home addresses.
Later the same night, emergency services were called to assist a 43-year-old man from Hillsborough who had apparently overdosed. He was revived and did not travel to hospital.
And in the early hours of Sunday, 13 April police were called after a 54-year-old man died at his home in Sheffield city centre.
It is believed that all four of these people were drug users.
Superintendent Colin McFarlane said:
“It is entirely possible that these deaths are a tragic coincidence.
“However, we cannot rule out the possibility that these deaths may be linked to the same batch of heroin or to users mixing different drugs."
Two men have been charged with the robbery of a mobile phone from a 13-year-old girl in Walkley, Sheffield after allegedly threatening her with a knife.
Brett Wraith, 19, of no fixed address, will appear at Sheffield Magistrates Court tomorrow, while Jarrod Bolton, 18, also of no fixed address, will appear at Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday 1 May. Both men are being held in custody.
It is alleged that the 13-year-old girl was playing on her mobile phone in Ruskin Park, Walkley, on the afternoon of Saturday 5 April when two men approached her, threatened her with a knife, and demand she hand over the device.
We have all been there - out on a shopping trip, desperate for just one thing, but stuck behind hundreds of slow moving shoppers.
One ten year old girl found is so frustrating that she decided it was time to do something about it. Chloe Nash Lowe from Sheffield wrote to Meadowhall demanding a fast lane - and to her surprise, they put one in place today.
A man has been jailed for the barbaric murder of a teenage girl in Sheffield. 18 year old Reema Ramzan was attacked with a knife by her boyfriend - and beheaded.
Today, 21 year-old Aras Hussein was found guilty of her murder - and jailed for at least 20 years. The judge at Sheffield Crown Court described it as a chilling, and brutal attack: