A investigation is underway after a five year old was allowed to wander from his school in Sunderland.
The family and friends of Claudia Lawrence are preparing to mark the third anniversary of her disappearance
A woman whose son went missing in 2003 believes she has seen him in the background of a weather forecast on television.
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.
Police searching for missing York man William Notley, also known as Bill, are concentrating their searches in Humberside. Extensive enquiries have been carried out since he was reported missing and his car was spotted travelling into the area yesterday.
Humberside Police are assisting North Yorkshire officers with local searches of the area. Police are appealing for Mr Notley to get in touch with them or his family and let everyone know that he is safe.
Today is the 39th birthday of York chef Claudia Lawrence who has been missing since March 2009.
“I cannot believe that we are yet again at another birthday for Claudia and there is still no news as to what has happened to her," said Martin Dales, who is Claudia’s father Peter Lawrence's spokesman.
"All anniversaries are hard for the family and friends to cope with and it is unacceptable that there is still no closure – good or bad.
“So I make a further appeal to those who know these answers.
"How can you sleep at night knowing you know the answer?
“ How can you live the lie with yourselves?
“ Have you no feelings for those who are suffering because of your misguided silence?
“Do what you know in your heart of hearts what is right and end the misery of all those who love and care for Claudia even if you don’t.”
Police are trying to trace a County Durham man suffering from dementia who has gone missing from home.
It's thought 76-year-old Jimmy Annan, of Maple Court, in Consett, may have caught a bus from the town to Newcastle earlier this afternoon.
It's feared Mr Annan may be in a confused state and police believe he may have headed to the city's Grainger Market where he used to drink in a pub which no longer exists.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Durham Police
Harrogate police are appealing for help in their search for a father who has been reported missing from home. Keith David Broadbent, aged 61, was last seen by his daughter on Sunday February 3rd driving his blue Fiat Punto along Knaresborough Road, between 5pm and 6pm.
Mr Broadbent’s car has since been found in the car park of Conyngham Hall in Knaresborough. Officers are currently conducting extensive searches along the banks of the River Nidd and the area surrounding Conyngham Hall in an effort to trace Mr Broadbent.
He is described as white, around 6ft tall, with a medium build, blue eyes and dark brown hair. When he was last seen, Mr Broadbent, was wearing jeans or chinos, a thick oatmeal-coloured jumper and brown shoes. He also wears a wedding ring and a watch with a black strap.
The family of a girl who went missing more than 31 years ago are marching to Downing Street today to raise awareness of her case.
Katrice Lee was last seen in a supermarket in Paderborn, Germany on 28 November 1979. She was aged two at the time.
Today would have been her 33rd birthday.
Concern is growing for a man from Middlesbrough who has not been seen since September 30.
Mark Anthony Leah, 23, was last seen in Middlesbrough town centre. At the time of his disappearance, Mark was living in Stockton-on-Tees.
He has distinctive tattoos on his legs; a black panther on his right leg and a sabre toothed tiger on his left leg.
Anyone with information is asked to call 101.
North Yorkshire Police have issued an urgent appeal to find a woman from York who has been missing since Saturday. Stacey Ruth Phillips, who is 23, was last seen leaving her home on Fossway. She is 5 ft 2 inches tall, with very long dreadlocked hair. Officers say they are "very worried" about her.
Police are appealing for the public’s help to locate a woman who has gone missing from Carlton near Leyburn.
64-year-old Veronica Margaret Esarte-Sarries was reported missing yesterday morning.
Veronica is described as white, 5ft 3in, medium build with blonde, slightly greying, collar length hair, grey eyes and thought to be wearing a black jacket and jeans.
Extensive police searches are being carried out in the area with the assistance of Swaledale Mountain Rescue Team.