A North Yorkshire businessman has been jailed for five years and four months after conning three associates out of over one million pounds.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a delivery driver in North Yorkshire.
A family from the Yorkshire Dales say it is imperative that a North Yorkshire hospital retains its paediatric and maternity services.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police has wasted no time in his new job. Dave Jones joined his officers in Harrogate when they received reports of an assault.
A WPC chased the suspect as you can see here in the CCTV. She was then joined by her new boss who helped to arrest the suspect.
The new Chief was just an hour into his first shift on patrol.
They've been buried underground for four thousand years, but now the race is on to save eight bronze age boats that were uncovered in a quarry.
Archaeologists from York have been asked to travel to Peterborough to prevent the wood from disintegrating - but it's a specialist process that will take years. Victoria Whittam reports.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police helped colleagues make three arrests on his first day in the job.
Dave Jones marked the start of his new role by going on patrol on Monday. After receiving a report of a woman being assaulted in Richmond, the Chief Constable assisted officers in arresting three men and even chased one of them on foot.
Chief Constable Dave Jones said: "It was good to be able to muck in with them so soon into my first shift."
Plans to improve flood defences in a North Yorkshire town are expected to be approved today despite objections from a heritage railway system.
Environment Agency proposals to build a series of dams in Pickering will be debated by North Yorkshire County Council this afternoon.
Planning officials say the scheme should be approved after millions of pounds worth of damage was caused by four major floods in the town between 1999 and 2007.
However, the North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) has objected to the plans for new embankments around Pickering Beck, saying construction work will disrupt its main tourist season.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police has been outlining his priorities on the first day in the his new role.
Dave Jones has refused to rule out the possibility he might close police stations to save money. He also spoke about restoring public confidence after the departure of former boss Grahame Maxwell, who did not have his contract renewed after admitting to gross misconduct.
Dave Jones has highlighted tackling "persistent" offenders as one of his aims as the new Chief Constable at North Yorkshire Police.
North Yorkshire Police's newly appointed Chief Constable, Dave Jones, has been on patrol in Northallerton this afternoon.
He is due to outline his aims and ambitions at a press conference at Northallerton Police Station.
The new Chief Constable of North Yorkshire, Dave Jones, will outline his aims and ambitions for the force this afternoon. He was previously Assistant Chief Constable of rural Northern Ireland and before that, he worked in Greater Manchester.
The force did not renew the contract of the previous Chief Constable, Grahame Maxwell, who admitted gross misconduct in May 2011.
Officers are appealing for witnesses after a crash near Stokesley yesterday evening, in which four people were seriously injured.
The crash happened on Faceby Road, between the villages of Carlton-in-Cleveland and Faceby at about 11pm.
Officers say they would like to hear from anyone who saw two men with visible injuries walking along Faceby Road towards the village of Carlton-in-Cleveland at the time.
"This collision has left two people with critical injuries and two seriously injured. It is vital that we know exactly what happened before the crash and afterwards.
"It happened on a quiet rural road and we need every possible witness to come forward to enable us to piece together the sequence of events.
– Traffic Sergeant Julian Pearson of North Yorkshire Police’s Roads Policing Group
"Did you see the car leave a pub or restaurant, or see it travelling in the area prior to 11pm? Did you see or hear the crash or see two men walking along Faceby Road late at night?
“We urge anyone, even if you believe it is insignificant information, to please contact us as even the smallest piece of detail could greatly assist our investigation."
Anyone with information can contact North Yorkshire Police on 101 and select option one.