A student has died after being assaulted on a night out in Sheffield.
The 25-year-old who was originally from Sudan was studying at the University of Bradford and had been celebrating with a friend in Sheffield.
The pair got separated and he is reported to have been assaulted outside Viper Rooms at around 4.30am on May 25.
He was taken to hospital but died of his injuries two days later. A post-mortem examination concluded he had died of a head injury.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact police.
Police investigating an assault in Doncaster have released CCTV images of men they would like to speak to.
The victim suffered injuries to his face when he was assaulted in Sandringham Road, Intake, at around 3.30am on Sunday 18 May.
Officers believe the two men in this CCTV image may have vital information about the attack.
A 26-year-old man is due to appear at Doncaster Magistrates’ Court today charged with a burglary in which seven six-week-old Poochon puppies were stolen.
Richard Thomas, from Arksey, was arrested on Tuesday, 3 June, and questioned by detectives.
On the same day, South Yorkshire Police recovered the puppies safe and well and they were returned to their Doncaster owner.
Two women, a 25-year-old from Arksey and a 29-year-old from South Elmsall, were also arrested on Tuesday on suspicion of handling stolen goods. They have been quizzed and released on police bail, pending further enquiries.
The puppies, a cross between the Poodle and Bichon Frise breed, went missing from their pen in a Doncaster property between 10.50am and noon on Wednesday, 28 May.
A 35-year-old man has been arrested in connection with a number of alleged indecent exposure incidents in Doncaster town centre.This followed three reports from members of the public about a man sitting in a white BMW car allegedly exposing himself.
The man was described as being white with a round, clean shaven face, of large build.
A 27-year-old man is hospital being treated for a serious stab wound after an incident this lunchtime in Bransley.
Police were called at around 12.55pm to reports a man had been injured in Wellington Crescent, in Worsbrough. His injury is not believed to be life-threatening.
It is reported that the 27-year-old man was in an altercation with another man. The second man is thought to have left the scene and officers are now trying to find him.
Three South Yorkshire Police officers are being investigated for gross misconduct in their handling of allegations relating to former Lost Prophets singer Ian Watkins.
One sergeant and two constables were told by police watchdog the IPCC that their conduct was to be investigated in connections with complaints about three reports made to police between March and May 2012 which contained allegations against Mr Watkins with potential evidence.
Two officers from Bedfordshire police and one from South Wales police are also being investigated.
The former Lost Prophets singer was jailed for 29 years for a string of child sex offences.
A 24-year-old man has been arrested tonight on suspicion of rape - in connection with an incident in Sheffield on Saturday.
A young woman was allegedly attacked in the Hunters Bar area.
He is currently being questioned by detectives from South Yorkshire Police.
The 32-year-old who was arrested yesterday has now been released on police bail.
South Yorkshire Police are searching for a set of wedding rings believed to have been stolen days before the ceremony.
Two wedding rings were among the items stolen in a burglary at a house in Clay Flat Lane, Rossington, Doncaster, and police are now appealing for information from the public.
Police say the property was broken into between Sunday April 13 and Monday April 14.
Among the property stolen were two Palladium wedding rings, one of which is similar to the ring pictured, and both engraved with the phrase "Brian and Nikki 20/4/2014".
A police spokesman said: "This case was especially upsetting as the couple's wedding rings were stolen less than a week before their marriage ceremony - which did go ahead, but with substitute rings.
"The stolen rings are clearly of great sentimental value and it would mean a huge amount to this newlywed couple to get them back."
Police are appealing for witnesses and information after a couple suffered a terrifying attack during the early hours of Friday morning.
The man and woman were asleep in bed at a house on Long Meadows, Bramley, Rotherham, when three masked males burst in.
The raiders, wearing dark clothes and balaclavas, are believed to have entered by forcing a rear patio door.
Two of them tied the couple up, put bedding over their heads and demanded their mobile phones. The man was hit by a fist and a baseball bat, while the woman was punched.
The offenders searched the house and stole items, including a laptop computer, before escaping in the woman’s white VW Golf car.
The victims’ ordeal lasted around 20 minutes. They suffered minor injuries and the man was taken to Rotherham District General Hospital as a precaution. He has since been treated and discharged.
Police are appealing for witnesses or information about the aggravated burglary.
No further action will be taken in an investigation into the alleged theft of platinum by Sir Norman Bettison, the Crown Prosecution Service has announced.
An investigation was undertaken by Derbyshire Police in 2013, at the request of South Yorkshire Police (SYP), into the alleged theft and handling of platinum by Sir Norman Bettison in 1987.
The CPS has now confirmed South Yorkshire Police's recommendation that no further action be taken.
The CPS says it has has completed a fresh review of the evidence and decided that there is insufficient evidence to prosecute.
An essential legal element of the alleged offences is that the prosecution must be able to prove that the goods in question were in fact stolen.
There was insufficient evidence to establish this and as such a prosecution for theft or handling stolen goods is not possible.