Police are treating the cause of a huge fire at ASOS warehouse in Barnsley as deliberate. A criminal investigation is underway.
One of the killers a former South Yorkshire Police officer, murdered on his Caribbean honeymoon, has escaped from prison.
Two South Yorkshire Police officers have begun training to become polygraph examiners to better manage the risk posed by sex offenders.
A man has died after a chimney stack he was working on at a house in Doncaster collapsed. Emergency crews tried for more than an hour to free him from the rubble. James Webster has more details:
There is no damage visible from the outside of a house on Beech Road in Campsall, near Doncaster, where a man died yesterday when part of a chimney stack collapsed. The 33 year old is understood to have been working to install a log burner when the internal brickwork gave way.
A second person had to be taken to hospital and treated for the effects of shock but nobody else was seriously injured.
A man's died after a chimney collapsed in a house in Doncaster.
Paramedics were called to Beech Road in Campsall yesterday. The chimney trapped a man in his 30s, believed to be a contractor working on the house.
Firefighters took around an hour and a half to release the man, but he was pronounced dead at the scene.
A delegation from across Yorkshire will make a bid to bring the High Speed Rail College to Doncaster today.
They will be telling the Government and HS2 officials why they should choose Yorkshire rather than Birmingham, Derby and Manchester who are also in the running to land the research and teaching centre:
A 4-year-old is in hospital after she was hit by a fan in Stainforth, South Yorkshire.
She was taken to hospital in Leeds by air ambulance after the collision on Church Road at 11.40 am on Thursday.
Police say her injuries are not life threatening.
They say they want to speak to the driver of a gold car which stopped to allow people to cross the road shortly before the collision.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Simon Holdsworth in Sheffield just before Christmas last year.
Mr Holdsworth was found dead in a field in Hackenthorpe.
Chris Kiddey reports:
Police are appealing for information after a four-year-old girl was injured in a collision with a Ford Transit van in Stainforth, South Yorkshire. Emergency services were called to Church Road at 11.40am. The girl was taken to hospital in Leeds by air ambulance.
It is not thought her injuries are life threatening. Officers would like to speak to anyone who witnessed the collision and would like to trace the driver of a gold vehicle that stopped to allow pedestrians to cross the road shortly before the collision.
A man has appeared in court in Sheffield accused of the murder of Simon Holdsworth.
Mr Holdsworth , 36, was found dead in a field near his home in Hackenthorpe in December last year.Shaun Richard Wainwright ,45,of Dagnam Road in Sheffield was remanded in custody by the city's magistrates.
He will next appear at Sheffield Crown Court on July 10th.
Police investigating the murder of a Sudanese student in Sheffield have arrested and charged a man from the city.
Nathan Lloyd Tomlinson, 23, of Haslam Crescent, Lowedges, was remanded in custody to appear before Sheffield Magistrates’ Court today charged with manslaughter.
Bradford student Mr Tagabo was allegedly assaulted in Carver Street in Sheffield city centre at around 4.20am on Sunday 25 May 2014. He was taken to hospital where he died on Tuesday 3 June 2014.
Officers investigating do not believe this to be a racially motivated incident.
There have been angry scenes in Doncaster today as the Council controversially voted to close its seven care homes for the elderly unless it can find someone else to take them over.
Families whose loved ones in their 80s and 90s may have to move to private care homes, say the upheaval could put their lives at risk. Jon Hill has more: