A vulnerable man who was forced to live in a garage in Sheffield where he suffered regular beatings and scavenged for food in bins.
A man was crushed to death in a bin lorry after climbing into a skip in Huddersfield to sleep after a night of drugs and alcohol.
With just six months to go before the Tour de France comes to the region final plans are revealed.
Concern is growing for missing Doncaster man Edward Burton.
The 40-year-old was last seen by his mum at her home in Maltby at about 5.10pm on Thursday.
He is white, about 5ft 10ins tall, of medium build and has short brown hair and blue eyes.
David was last seen wearing a three-quarter length, dark green, wax jacket, green trousers and white Adidas trainers.
A man has been left in intensive care after an attack in Gainsborough.
The 36 year-old was stabbed in the back and suffered serious head injuries on Ropery Road around 5pm on Friday.
The victim was taken to the Hull Royal Infirmary where he has been put in a medically induced coma.
A 36 year old man and a 30 year old woman have been arrested in relation to the incident and are currently assisting Police with enquiries.
The owner of a house that's been crashed into 40 times says Rotherham Council needs to take radical action.
Better signs and a lower speed limit are in place but Ted Grayson says there's already been four accidents this year at his home in Nether Haugh as people aren't obeying the warnings.
Thieves who broke into an animal farm and made off with a tarantula got so spooked by the eight-legged arachnid, they took her back within three days.
Hannah the red kneed tarantula was taken on Sunday from Heeley City Farm, in Sheffield along with her terrarium.
But on Wednesday staff arrived to find her returned in a container.
The Mexican spider is used by the farm to help visitors with learning difficulties in classes.
The Ministry of Defence is investing £35 million to re-build the runway at RAF Waddington which they say will extend the runway’s operational life by a further 25 years.
Re-building and extending the runway is the first major upgrade work carried out at the base since the 1960s.
Work starts in July and is expected to be completed by late summer 2015. During the rebuild period the stations aircraft will temporarily relocate to alternative operating bases across the County.
A Cleethorpes woman has been sentenced to nine years in prison for fraud.
41 year-old Hayley Brown of Goodwood Lane, was arrested by Humberside Police in November 2009 as an investigation was launched into allegations of fraud and forgery totalling around £1.2 million.
Allegations were made that a number of people invested money ranging from £12,000 to £600,000 to invest in property in Turkey. The investigation found that £1.2million was alleged to have been paid to Brown in the belief that property investment would take place.
Police found that little of the money had actually left the United Kingdom. Instead it was used in a “Ponzi” type fraud to pay back earlier investors or to fund the lavish lifestyle Brown had grown used to.
Brown was found guilty of 12 Offences of Fraud and 1 of Forgery at Leeds Crown Court in January.
Brown was also found guilty of possessing a stun gun CS gas.
British Transport Police have released images of a man they want to speak to in connection with an assault on a man at Leeds station on Sunday, 23 February.
They say a 22-year-old man, was walking down the North concourse at Leeds station talking on his mobile phone when he was approached by a man who punched him in the face.
The assailant has been described as being Afro Caribbean with a large scar to the left of his face. He was part of a group of approximately five or six men who were not involved in the incident.
– Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust
The Trust is in on-going discussions with UNISON representatives regarding the recent review of A&E operations.
Executive Directors of Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust met with representatives of UNISON on Monday 3 March 2014 and a further meeting is scheduled for later this week. Monday’s meeting was encouraging and we continue to work together towards a positive outcome.
We remain focused on providing safe, responsive and high-quality services to patients and looking after the welfare of our staff
As Yorkshire Ambulance staff prepare to strike today, members of another major union are threatening to ballot for a new round of strike action.
Unison, which has 3,000 members working for Yorkshire Ambulance Service, wants a number of demands to be met, as it says changes in working practices are affecting the welfare of staff.
They claim staff are often left hungry and tired, which they say could impact on patients.
Demands include ensuring staff can take breaks and that ambulances should not be staffed only by two emergency care assistants.