The uncle of a murdered three-year-old girl has said that justice has been done after her killer was sentenced to life in jail today.
Police have arrested a second person over the murder of pizza delivery driver Thavisha Lakindu Peiris in Sheffield.
Former Sheffield student Thavisha Lakindu Peiris, 25, was stabbed to death as he made his final pizza delivery before starting a new job.
Hundreds of youngsters who are fighting cancer got the chance to be sports superstars for a day as they headed to Sheffield's Institute for Sport, to try everything from cheerleading to judo.
The idea is to keep them fit and active, even though many are undergoing often exhausting treatment at Sheffield's Children's Hospital. But as Martin Fisher found out they were keen to take up the challenge.
A 45-year-old man who was critically injured following an altercation in Sheffield over a year ago has died in hospital.
Richard Ismail, known to his friends as Moody, has been in hospital since the incident, which happened on Sunday 11 November 2012 outside Lloyds bar in Division Street. He passed away yesterday.
A post mortem is being carried out today and a murder investigation has now been launched by South Yorkshire Police.
A record 25,000 shoppers passed through Sheffield's new indoor Moor Market today as it officially opened its doors to the sound of a 19th century bell. Tonight some traders reported takings were what they would normally expect to make in a week at the old Castle Market. David Hirst reports.
Thousands of people have turned out for the opening day of a brand new market in Sheffield. Eighteen million pounds has been spent on the Moor Market which features more than a hundred stalls and cafes - as David Hirst reports.
Young cancer patients from the Children's Hospital in Sheffield have been taking part in a range of sports and leisure activities to help them return to an active and healthy lifestyle.
Rene Granelli rang an ancient bell to declare the new Moor Market open in Sheffield. Rene's family have run a stall in the city for 135 years. Thousands of people poured into the new Market for the first day of trading.
The new Moor Market in Sheffield officially opens this morning. Eighteen million pounds has been spent on the building, which features 90 stalls and 12 cafes.
It was the end of an era today in Sheffield. The city's 80 stalls at the Castle market had their last day of trading before moving to a brand new building on The Moor which opens on Monday. But there was mixed feelings today.
A community cinema is due to be launched in Sheffield with an interactive screening of Disney's The Aristocats.
Handmade Cinema, which has been set up by Sheffield-based Ellie Ragdale, is run solely by young people for the benefit of families in the city.
– Ellie Ragdale
This project is unique because we will get local children and families involved in creating the cinema through building sets in workshops, and on the night everyone dresses up for a really exciting experience.
I hope to establish Handmade Cinema as Sheffield's number one children's interactive film club.
Cinemagoers are being asked to dress in cat costumes for the inaugural screening, which takes place from 4pm at the Old Junior School in Southview Road, Sharrow.
There will be a live jazz band, French cuisine and cat painting on the day, while artists will hold free workshops in schools and community groups before the event to create the set for the screening.
Tickets cost £2.50 per adult and £1.50 per child. Booking is not required.
A washing machine - which can be operated by the bark of a dog - has been developed to help people with disabilities.
The Sheffield charity, Support Dogs, is working with the animals to teach them to control the machine - to help their owners who have problems operating a standard washer.
The device's inventor, John Middleton, says the idea came together within a few weeks of inception.