It’s World Meteorological Day, there's a new type of cloud, the clocks are going forward and the weather’s improving for the weekend.Read the full story ›
West Yorkshire MP Yvette Cooper says she wants parliament to remain accessible to the public.
Four people were killed in Wednesday's Westminster terror attack, including a police officer and the assailant.
Eight people have been arrested and addresses raided in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the incident.
Tributes are being paid across our region today in a mark of respect to the victims of the Westminster terror attack.Read the full story ›
Flowers have been left at a Lincolnshire Police station in memory of the officer killed in Westminster terror attack.
Seven people have been arrested and six addresses raided in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the attack.
A bouquet was left at Holbeach Police station in memory of PC Keith Palmer.
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The widower of Jo Cox has said the assailant is no more representative of British muslims, than Jo's killer was representative of Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
Flags on civic buildings in Leeds have been lowered to half-mast as a mark of respect to those affected by the Westminster terror attack.Read the full story ›
The University of Sheffield's Students' Union has been voted best in the UK for the ninth year in a row.
It also ranked third out of 122 institutions nationally, and the first in Yorkshire, for having the best all-round student experience.
The rankings are put together following the annual Times Higher Education Student Experience Survey 2017.
We are delighted to be rated once again so highly for our exceptional student experience.
We take great pride in offering a student experience that is both enriching and inspiring as we know making the choice as to where to study is about more than simply an investment in your career.
University is a life changing opportunity to broaden students' horizons, help them develop socially and academically and transform their future.
Jo Cox's husband Brendan has taken to social media to say the name he will remember after the terror attack on Westminster is that of the murdered policeman.
Jo Cox was killed by a right-wing extremist in June last year in her Batley and Spen constituency.
Police have launched a fresh appeal to hunt down a man who's wanted in connection with an attempted murder.
Officers want to speak to Joseph Lowther after a 30-year-old man was stabbed at the Whispers nightclub in Regent Street, Barnsley, on December 18.
The victim is continuing his recovery and is no longer in hospital.
We believe Lowther could have travelled outside of South Yorkshire and has some connections to the north of England, but he really could be anywhere in the country.
I’d urge anyone with information about his whereabouts to contact police and I’d warn any individual who may be shielding Lowther that you could face prosecution for helping him stay undetected.
Anyone with information that may aid police should call 101, quoting log 64 of December 18 2016, or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555111.
A journalist who claims to have seen someone attack a policeman during the Westminster terror attack has spoken about what he saw.
Patrick Daly, who works in Westminster from newspapers including the Hull Daily Mail, also recorded a short video in the moments after a man '"lunged" at a policeman.