Events are taking place to mark the 150th anniversary of the Sheffield dam disaster which claimed the lives of at least 250 people.
Rail passengers in Chesterfield and Sheffield areas may experience disruption today as some services are cancelled due to a hillside slip.
A vulnerable man who was forced to live in a garage in Sheffield where he suffered regular beatings and scavenged for food in bins.
A jury of 11 women and one man has been sworn in at Sheffield Crown Court in the trial of 22-year-old Amanda Spencer who has denied a range of offences relating to child prostitution in South Yorkshire.
Five men are also in the dock accused of various offences including paying for the services of a child, rape and sexual assault.
Spencer is facing around 40 charges, including one for trafficking a child within the UK for sexual exploitation.
The male defendants are Lee Unwin, 26, Kareem Ahmed, 30, John McLachlan, 66, Bashsar Hamadamin, 26, and another man who can't be named for legal reasons.
Judge Michael Murphy, QC, told the jury that some of what they'll hear they might find distasteful and shocking.
A 22-year-old woman is fighting for her life in hospital after being in a collision in Sheffield. It happened on Friday February 21, When she was driving along Southley Lane and was in collision with another car.
The woman, from Sheffield, was taken to hospital suffering life threatening injuries. It is thought the 56-year-old man who was driving the other car was not hurt in the accident. Anyone with information should contact police.
Police are appealing for information on the whereabouts of a Sheffield man who is wanted on prison recall. Andrew Cross, 30, was sent to prison for seven years in October 2006 for possessing a handgun.
He was released in December last year to Probation Trust approved premises in Accrington. But he failed to return there on Christmas Eve.
Cross is originally from Sheffield and still has family and friends there. Officers believe he maybe in the area. He is described as around five feet nine inches tall, of medium build with short blonde hair. He has a tattoos including tribal designs on the left and right sides of his neck.
"While Andrew Cross remains at large there is the possibility that he could pose a risk to members of the public and I would urge anyone who knows where he is or who sees him not to approach him directly but to call police"
Detective Inspector Jo Dent, Lancashire police
The sport of curling has hit the headlines in the last couple of days, with team GB was taking silver in the men's curling at the Winter Olympics. Sarah Clark went in search of the next generation of stars on ice - and found them hard at work in Sheffield.
A 40-year-old man has today pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of 45-year-old Calvin Clarke in Sheffield last year. He was found with stab wounds close to the city's Castle Market in September and died four days later in hospital.
Orrett Duncan, of Harborough Close in the Manor area of Sheffield, appeared at the city's Crown Court where he admitted the charge.
Two women have been found guilty of ill treatment and neglect of an elderly resident at a former care home in Sheffield. Ann Cully, 51, from Longley and Carol Grant, 51, from Firth Park, were employed as carers at former residential home Lime Trees on Devon Road in Pitsmoor.
They were jointly charged with ill treatment and neglect following reports made to police in March 2012 against an 82-year-old woman who was a resident at Lime Trees, which has since been closed down. They appeared at Sheffield Crown Court and will be sentenced at a later date.
"Cully and Grant completely abused their position by taking advantage of this elderly woman and making her endure their torment , purely for their own pleasure and amusement. I cannot comprehend how any humans can inflict this type of abuse against another.
The fact that Cully and Grant were entrusted to care and look after vulnerable people makes it even more so appalling and upsetting I would to thank the witnesses in this case and the courage they have shown in coming forward. "
Detective Constable Elinor Bottonley, South Yorkshire Police
Police are warning pensioners to beware after tricksters conned their way into two homes stealing cash and jewellery. The latest incident happened on 19 February when a bogus official called at the door of a 74-year-old man's home at Chaucer Road in Parsons Cross in Sheffield.
He claimed to be working on behalf of Sheffield City Council, replacing TV aerials for pensioners. He took £70 from the victim for work that was never carried out.
He is described as white, aged between 30 and 35 years, around 6ft tall, of stocky build with ginger coloured stubble, He was wearing dark rimmed glasses, a dark beany hat, sandy coloured jacket and dark trousers.
Budding Eve Muirheads and David Murdochs can test out their curling skills at a special competition in Sheffield celebrating the 2014 Winter Olympics. Pupils from 12 primary school have been invited to take part in the curling competition at ice Sheffield.
Some of our region's leading bishops have launched a scathing attack on David Cameron's welfare reforms for creating what they say is a national crisis.
Twenty-seven Anglican bishops - including Sheffield, Doncaster and Wakefield - have accused the Conservative-led Coalition of creating hardship and hunger.
In an open letter to a national newspaper, the Bishops said too many people were having to choose between "heat or eat".
It's one of the most direct attacks on the government of the day since criticism of Margaret Thatcher's cuts during the 1980s. David Hirst reports.
Police in Sheffield are urging businesses and van owners to beware after a spate of catalytic converter thefts totalling over £10,000.
Officers have seen a rise in this type of crime with eight vans being attacked across the city since the new year.
It is believed that thieves are targeting them for metal, which can then be sold on to scrap yards or dealers.