A public meeting is being held in Kimberworth, Rotherham, this evening to discuss plans for a landfill site.Read the full story ›
There's been angry reaction in South Yorkshire to the news that two brothers who carried out an horrific attack on two young boys are seeking to remain anonymous for the rest of their lives.
Their lawyers will argue in court that they are being rehabilitated and that revealing their identities might put them in danger. But some in the small community of Edlington - and the Conservative MP Philip Davies - say they should be named and shamed. Chris Kiddey reports.
Ahmed Sayeed Adan was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries, where he died on Tuesday 29 November.Read the full story ›
Andrew Roddison, the former Labour member for Brinsworth and Catcliffe at Rotherham Council, was found guilty by magistrates last month.Read the full story ›
Jon Mitchell has Wednesday's afternoon forecastRead the full story ›
Two brothers from Doncaster who tortured and almost killed two young boys are attempting to protect their anonymity for life.Read the full story ›
South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service has teamed up with Sheffield ukulele band the Everly Pregnant Brothers for a special rendition of their single 'Chip Pan's On Fire'.
The song, which is a reworked cover of the Kings of Leon song 'Sex on Fire', has been filmed with the fire service's Red Watch team. It's hoped it will raise awareness of the dangers of fires at home and encourage people to donate funds to the Age UK and Shelter charities. It will be available to download from December 15.
It comes after a series of business owners warned that they could face ruin if another deluge hits.Read the full story ›