Police are appealing for the public's help to find a missing teenager who is believed to be in the Scarborough area.
A mountain rescue pilot from North Yorkshire has been for awarded for his courage in saving a stricken climber.
Police are appealing to the public to help verify a potential sighting of missing Harrogate man, Graham Roskell.
Detective Inspector Andrea Kell, of North Yorkshire Police, said:
– Det Insp Andrea Kell, North Yorkshire Police
"A young family were left traumatised after these offenders burst into their home wearing balaclavas and threatening them with a crowbar at around teatime on Friday evening.
"The stolen firearms could be dangerous should they fall into the wrong hands, so it is important that anyone who knows where they are or who as got them comes forward as soon as possible.
"Such crimes are fortunately rare in North Yorkshire so I would appeal to anyone with any information to come forward."
Police are investigating a burglary in which five shotguns and expensive jewellery were stolen in Harrogate.
The robbery occurred at a property in the High Birstwith area at around 5:15pm on Friday 6 December. The offenders, described as four Asian men, left the scene in the homeowner's white Porsche 911 which was found abandoned nearby.
Officers are appealing for anyone who saw anything suspicious in the surrounding area around the time of the incident to get in touch.
Missing woman Margaret Sutcliffe, who has Alzheimer’s, has been found safe and well in Harrogate.
Police searching for a missing man from Harrogate have found a man's body on a beach in Saltburn.
James Kipling has not been seen since the afternoon of Thursday, 14th November. A body was found near cliffs, in an area known as Saltburn Scar, but has not been identified.
Two police officers have been injured during a violent outbreak in Harrogate, North Yorkshire.
It happened during the weekend when a fight involving a group of men broke out on Cambridge Road. As officers made arrests a constable suffered a broken leg, and later underwent surgery.
A second officer received an injury to his elbow. A 20-year-old man from Harrogate has been charged with affray, assault by beating and inflicting grievous bodily harm without intent. A woman, 19, from Knaresborough, was arrested on suspicion of assaulting a police officer, and bailed.
– Inspector Penny Taylor, North Yorkshire Police
This is another example of the dangers faced by police officers on a daily basis. One officer has suffered a serious injury which means that he will be away from front line duty for a considerable length of time. Although the injury suffered by the second officer was not as severe, it will be some time before he makes a full recovery. "If you witnessed the disorder or can help to identify anyone involved, I urge you to come forward and contact the police straight away."
Dresses worn by the ladies of Downton are coming to Yorkshire this weekend. An exhibition of some of the costumes worn in the first series are to go on display at Harrogate's Royal Pump Rooms.
A special exhibition of the Age of Elegance includes evening and day dresses worn by the well-heeled ladies of the multi-award winning costume drama series.
Visitors can discover the glamorous side of the post-Edwardian period through the costumes which are similar to those which would have been worn by affluent visitors to the Royal Pump Room in the years before the First World War as they took the famous waters.
Survivors of the Thalidomide drug, which caused deformities in babies more than half a century ago, are taking their campaign for compensation to Harrogate today.
They will be calling on delegates at the Royal College of General Practitioners conference to back their on-going fight against the German firm which manufactured the drug. Yesterday they held a protest outside the German Embassy in London
Campaigners affected by the drug Thalidomide are beginning a two-day demonstration at the Royal College of General Practitioners conference in Harrogate.
They want compensation from the German firm, which manufactured the drug in the 1950s and 60s for morning sickness. Many mothers who took it went on to have children with birth defects.
Previously, the group travelled to London, to protest outside the German Embassy.
Survivors of the Thalidomide drug, which caused deformities in babies more than half a century ago, have travelled from the region to London to demand compensation.
They held a protest outside the German embassy because it was a German company which made the drug which was prescribed for morning sickness.
Campaigners took artificial limbs with them to highlight their difficulties as they asked the Ambassador for help in forcing the company to pay up. David Wood reports.
Victims of Thalidomide took artificial limbs along with their placards on a protest outside the German embassy in Central London. They want the Ambassador to help force the German company that made the drug to pay them compensation.
David Wood reports.