North Yorkshire Police says Darren Boyd, who was missing from York, has now been found safe and well.
Clear & cold weather develops overnight into Monday. Cold weather persists over the next few days. Frosty nights & a wintry risk from the NERead the full story ›
Today marks National Yorkshire Pudding Day so we had a look at the origins of the famous pud.Read the full story ›
Wintry, windy start for eastern and SE'ern parts of Yorkshire as well as Lincolnshire. Brightening up and drying up later, with winds easingRead the full story ›
Longest cold spell of winter so far. Bitterly cold with further wintry showers, significant snowfall likely over hillsRead the full story ›
A host of MPs are to join a rally urging the Government to help extend the life of Kellingley Colliery.
Yvette Copper MP, Dennis Skinner MP and Ian Lavery MP will march with NUM General Secretary Chris Kitchen and others through Knottingley to the pit entrance from 10.30am today.
It's the latest in an ongoing campaign asking the Government to approve plans which would grant £300 million in state aid to the colliery, saving 8,000 jobs.
We have been fighting for the survival of the British Deep Mined Coal Industry for the last 30 years, we will continue to fight to the last. The UK gets over 30% of its electricity from coal and we must make sure that it is British Deep Mined Coal keeping British Miners in work rather than importing all our coal.
We have now received a plan from the company and will look carefully at their proposal, bearing in mind that we must make sure that taxpayers receive value for money. When we talk about state aid we are referring to taxpayers money and not a separate pot in Brussels that we can dip into. The European Commission considers what support Member States can give to companies but does not provide the funding for that support.
For the first time ever the Poppy Appeal in Yorkshire has reached the £3 million mark at this stage of the year.
And it's money that can really make an impact, not just for veterans themselves but also their whole family, as Martin Fisher found out.
The weather brought parts of the region to a standstill yesterday as snow flurries descended during rush hour - many journeys to work took hours instead of minutes.
Snowmageddon day two didn't really emerge, but those living in higher parts of West and South Yorkshire and Derbyshire are still facing problems due to the plunging temperatures.
Chris Kiddey has been out with a mountain rescue team near Hathersage: