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.
It's the first day of the Lincolnshire show. We've complied a selection of pictures from the opening day.
Fire crews spent the morning tackling a blaze at Saltend Waste Water Treatment Works in Hull. They got the call at around seven A.M. No-one was injured and fire investigators are now trying to figure out how it started.
An odour control unit was damaged, though the much larger, three point five million pound odour unit that was recently commissioned continue to operate as normal. Calendar spoke to Phil Leake of Humberside Fire and Rescue about the blaze
Campaigners demanding improvements are made to flood defences in the Upper Calder Valley handed in a petition to 10 Downing Street today.
Barry Greenwood from the Upper Calder Valley Flood Prevention Action Group delivered a 3,000-signature petition to the prime minister calling on the government to do more to prevent future flooding. The warning comes on the first anniversary of flash floods that badly affected towns in the area.
Campaigners demanding improvements are made to flood defences in the upper Calder Valley handed in a petition to 10 Downing Street today.
The Upper Calder Valley Flood Prevention Action Group delivered a 3,000-signature petition to the prime minister calling on the government to do more to prevent future flooding. The warning comes on the first anniversary of flash floods that badly affected towns in the area.
Police have released additional CCTV images following an attempted robbery at The Money Shop in Lumley Road in Skegness on Monday. It is thought that a second man, who waited outside the shop, may also be involved in the incident.
Street lights in Leeds are to be switched off at certain times each night in a bid to save the council money.
The switch off will apply to around eight thousand of the city's 92 thousand street lights and is expected to save over 1 million pounds over the next 10 years.
Meanwhile, the council's executive board has also given the go ahead for Sunday and evening parking charges in Leeds city centre to be introduced to generate extra income
Plans to turn the hard shoulder of the M1 in South Yorkshire into an extra lane have been criticised by emergency services. The Highways Agency wants some sections to have four lanes of running traffic twenty four hours a day.
But police and MPs are worried it could jeopardise safety and met with Transport Minister Stephen Hammond today to voice their concerns.
There could soon be extra help to get the economy going and create jobs in West and North Yorkshire.
Seven councils are set to create a fund worth almost 20 million pounds to support schemes which are struggling to get loans from banks. It's expected the fund will be available to a range of investments, including housing and building projects.
Police have released a e-fit of a man they want to speak to following an indecent exposure in Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire. It happened on Thursday 6th June when a 15-year-old Dewsbury girl, was walking through woodland near Cawley Lane.