There will be high-profile police patrols in Sheffield today ahead of Mischief Night - traditionally one of the force's busiest nights.
Officers are appealing to the public to help verify a potential sighting of Graham Roskell, who has been missing for over a week.
A settled spell just in time for Bank Holiday! Make the most of Saturday and Sunday - slow decline into Monday.
Police are treating the death of a 21-year-old man who fell from a stand at York racecourse as a tragic accident.
The incident happened at around 5.30pm when the Bradford man fell from the Knavesmire Stand.
He was pronounced dead at the scene.
– Inspector Charlotte Bloxham, of York Safer Neighbourhood Team
Although we do not believe there are any suspicious circumstances and are treating the death as a tragic accident, I am appealing to anyone who was in the Knavesmire Stand at the time to contact the police.
Anyone with information about the incident is asked to contact York police on 101.
Police in York are investigating after a man appeared to fall from the Knavesmire Stand at the city's racecourse and sadly died. It happened this afternoon (Saturday) at around 5.30pm.
The 21-year-old man from Bradford was pronounced dead at the scene. Officers are not releasing anymore details but do not believe it to be suspicious.
Dozens of people have attended a protest in Grimsby against the Government's so called 'Bedroom Tax'. The event was organised by a new group associated with the union Unite.
Those affected by the recent Government changes to housing benefits now have to pay around 14 pounds a week extra if they have spare bedrooms, or move. Kate Hemingway reports.
Settled conditions continue to dominate the region's weather story for much of the weekend.
Saturday is dry with sunny spells and will feel warm.
Monday starts fine but cloud will increase before a wet & windy spell arrives from the west later in the day.
Two soldiers and friends - who were both killed on active service within months of each other - will be remembered. Sheldon Steel and Christopher Kershaw died in Afghanistan. A music event being held tonight aims to raise money for a new memorial.
Police are appealing for a man to come forward who may have witnessed a serious sexual assault in Morley, in West Yorkshire. Officers believe the man came across the incident on Fountain Street this morning.
It's alleged an 18-year-old woman was sexually assaulted by a man at around 3.30am opposite the entrance to Morley Academy. Police believe the attack was witnessed and then disturbed by another man, allowing the victim to escape and raise the alarm.
A 25-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the matter and is in custody for questioning.
– Detective Superintendent Mark Ridley, West Yorkshire police
"We have made an arrest in connection with this assault and are conducting enquiries.
"We are keen to trace a man described as having dark hair and wearing glasses who potentially saw and disturbed the assault and I would urge him to come forwards to speak to us as a potential witness."
Roads in the Old Town of Hull City will be closed to traffic from 9pm to 3am tonight and tomorrow to make the area safer for people going out over the bank holiday. Here's a list of places you can get Taxis or Private Hire cars:
Hackney Cabs pick up points:-
- outside the Empress, on Alfred Gelder Street
- Alfred Gelder Street between Lowgate and Manor Street
Private Hire pick up points:-
- at the rear of the ASK restaurant
- Queens Dock Avenue
- Market Place just south of Liberty Lane
- Alfred Gelder Street outside the City Hotel Public House
A new exhibition showing off the two thousand year history of York Minster has opened to the public.
The 'Revealing York' project shows off the archaeological remnants of buildings that used to stand on the site. Excavations in the 1970s uncovered the remains of a Roman barracks and an Anglo-Saxon cemetery. The Very Rev Vivienne Faul, Dean of York, explains the idea behind the exhibition.
Read here for more about the exhibition
Several hundred English Defence League (EDL) supporters gathered on the steps of St Mary's Catholic Cathedral in Newcastle to protest against the killing of a British soldier last week.
Some sang "I'm English til I die" and were honked by passing van drivers.
Chants of "Whose streets? Our streets" and "RIP Lee Rigby" rang out and one protester carried a flag bearing the name of the killed British soldier.
Police were present in large numbers watching the demonstration grow.
The father of missing chef Claudia Lawrence, who vanished in March 2009, said the recent discovery of three women who went missing 10 years ago in the US has given him hope that his daughter will be found.
Speaking at a race organised by charity Missing People, Peter Lawrence said he hoped it would not take as long to find out what had happened to her.
He was attending the Miles for Missing People's 10km run on Clapham Common, south London, which was started by Kate McCann, whose daughter Madeleine disappeared on holiday in Praia da Luz in Portugal's Algarve in 2007.