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.
One of the world's premier aerobatic teams have been as busy as ever, but even the Red Arrows deserve a break at Christmas.
Detectives are continuing to investigate the death of a woman from Maltby.
Officers were called to a house in Gladstone Road, Maltby, early yesterday, Monday, 9 December, where the body of the 58-year-old woman was found.
A 60-year-old local man arrested on suspicion of murder has been released on bail.
A post mortem was conducted but was inconclusive and further tests will be undertaken to determine the cause of the woman's death.
Plans to secure the future of Bradford's National Media Museum by making it a world class visitor attraction have been dealt a blow by the shock announcement of further Government funding cuts.
A five-year masterplan, created by museum director Jo Quinton-Tulloch was accepted by trustees of the Science Museum Group this week.
But Thursday's Autumn Statement saw the Government making a further, unexpected cut to its budget, which means the group now needs to find a further £787,000 in savings over the next two years.
Eight schools in North Lincolnshire will receive 60 million pounds to help rebuild and refurbish some of the buildings.
The schools that will receive the Government money are: Baysgarth School in Barton, The Vale Academy in Brigg, Burton-Upon-Stather Primary School, Crosby Primary School, Oasis Academy Henderson Avenue in Scunthorpe, Brumby Junior School and Ashby's Grange Lane Primary School.
The work is set to start in 2015 and will take until 2017 to complete.
A road which collapsed under flood water reopened within the last hour.
The A1077 near Winteringham gave way after the River Humber burst its banks on Thursday evening.
North Lincolnshire Council reopened the road at 6am.
Part of the A1077 will be down to one lane and controlled by temporary traffic lights.
Council officials said the 350 Humber FastCat bus will be running as usual, but there may be a slight delay.
Staff at Lincoln County Hospital are asking patients to attend A&E only in an emergency - as the NHS Trust is struggling to find enough beds. They are encouraging people to only go to A&E if absolutely necessary and anyone with minor injuries should use their local walk-in centre.
England may finally be emerging from recession but the recovery is distorted and leaves the country with a series of very different broken housing markets, according to a new report.
A study by Home Truths has found that more and more working people need help with housing costs to keep the roof over their heads, due to rise in rent, house prices going up, high unemployment and low wages.ranging from rising rents and house prices to high unemployment and low wages.
In Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire there has been a 105% increase in working people claiming housing benefit since 2009, and the largest rise in people claiming housing benefit overall.
The giant Drax station in North Yorkshire has taken another significant step towards a cleaner future after Energy Secretary Ed Davey announced that the plant will eventually switch from the use of coal to wood.
When it's complete it could provide biomass-fuelled power to more than a million homes, making it one of the biggest renewable plants in the world. Emma Wilkinson reports.