An MP is pressing for urgent safety improvements after a 10th person died in just 12 months along the main A64 road from York to ScarboroughRead the full story ›
Staying mostly dry with clear spells into Monday. More unsettled from Tuesday onwardsRead the full story ›
Holding on to a quiet story Monday before some quite unseasonal weather for June arrives by TuesdayRead the full story ›
Soap fans have been venting there anger after it emerged two of their favourite programmes will have episodes rescheduled to make way for football coverage.
The usual Wednesday and Thursday episodes of Emmerdale have been moved as has Wednesday's episode of Coronation Street.
Regular viewers of the soaps were angry at the change to their expected episodes with one viewer wondering why FIFA couldn't take Emmerdale's scheduling into account.
Others have vented their frustration online that they will have to wait longer to catch up with storylines.
One fan shared their outrage that the tournament was not worthy of ousting the soaps.
However, some people couldn't see what the fuss was about as they would not have tuned in either way.
ITV has already scheduled extra episodes of Emmerdale with an extra half-hour added to Tuesday's episodes this week and next week and extra instalments of Coronation Street are expected to be scheduled as well.
Emmerdale, which will screen this coming week on Monday, Tuesday and Friday is currently dealing with the aftermath of Rhona Goskirk (played by Zoe Henry) splitting from her abusive husband Pierce Harris (played by Jonathan Wrather).
Coronation Street, which will air on Monday and Friday this coming week, is focussing on the abusive relationship between Bethany Platt (played by Lucy Fallon) and her older fiance Nathan Curtis (played by Chris Harper) which has seen the teen taken advantage of by Nathan's sinister friends and cut off from her family.
Armed police have been patrolling the beach in Scarborough and other venues across the region as thousands of people have gathered to celebrate Armed Forces Day. Security has been increased following the recent terror attacks in both Manchester and London.
Watch Jon Hill take a look at how our region has been marking the day:
Remaining mostly dry tonight. An improving story from the north on Sunday. Staying breezy.Read the full story ›
Sunny breaks and showery spells. Blustery for hills. North-south split into SundayRead the full story ›
Record June rainfall totals were recorded ten years ago this weekend which resulted in widespread flooding and disruption.Read the full story ›
The Vikings were forced to scour the overseas market last month after Travis Head was called up to the Australia A squad.Read the full story ›
The funeral of a couple from North Yorkshire who died in the Manchester Arena terror attack will take place today
Angelika and Marcin Klis, who had moved to York from Poland, were among 22 people who were killed when a bomb exploded after an Ariana Grande concert last month.
Family and friends are expected to gather for a private ceremony today.