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.
North Yorkshire Police say 16-year-old Mueni Mulandi from Harrogate has been found safe.
Mueni had been missing since Friday 17th May, but in a statement officers say she was "found safe in London" tonight.
Police in North Yorkshire are appealing for information following the disappearance of a 16 year old girl.
Mueni Mulandi from Harrogate has not been seen since Friday May 17th when she told her mother she was going to stay with a friend.
North Yorkshire Police say it's possible that Mueni has travelled to London and has connections in Leeds.
She is described as black, 5ft 1 in height and of a medium build. She has black shoulder length hair with red and purple highlights.
Anyone with any information is asked to contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 and pass information to the Force Control Room.
Residents who had to be evacuated from their homes after a gas leak in their North Yorkshire village have been allowed to return to their houses.
The gas leak happened in the village of Summerbridge near Harrogate and was reported to the emergency services just after 11.30am today.
Police in North Yorkshire are currently working with fire and rescue services and the local and county council after a gas leak at a village in North Yorkshire.
The gas leak is at the village of Summerbridge near Harrogate and was reported to the emergency services just after 11.30am today.
Residents have been evacuated from the village and traffic is not being allowed through the village - with local diversions in place.
It is unclear how long the village will remain closed for.
Organisers of the Great Yorkshire Show have announced that it will have more car parking, new temporary roads and increased drainage for this year's show.
The news comes after the cancellation of the last two days of the 2012 show, following the wettest summer on record, when many of the parking areas became unusable. The cancellation cost the Society around £2m.
This year the number of parking spaces will increase by more than 5,000 - an additional 30%, giving organisers, the Yorkshire Agricultural Society greater flexibility for the tens of thousands of vehicles which flock to the prestigious event. Some 45,000 cars are parked over the three days.
Dates for the Great Yorkshire Show are Tuesday 9 – Thursday 11 July when around 130,000 visitors are expected to attend. Tickets went on sale on 1 March.
The comedian and television star Jimmy Tarbuck was arrested by North Yorkshire Police in connection with an allegation of the sexual abuse of a young boy in the 1970s. He has been released on bail as inquiries continue.
An investigation is underway after children were thrown from an inflatable slide at a car boot sale in North Yorkshire.
Police have seized the inflatable, which was blown into the air at Ripley Cricket Club near Harrogate late yesterday morning. Six people were taken to hospital.
Eyewitnesses say several children were on the slide at the time and bounced off it before it was carried through the air. No one was badly hurt.
We've been taking a look at the Harrogate Spring Flower Show - which is expected to attract up to 60,000 people this year.
Thousands of people have been flocking to Harrogate for the annual Spring Flower show.
The four day event has just been voted the UK's best show - ahead of the Chelsea Flower Show.
Our reporter Helen Pearson sent this lunchtime report.