North Yorkshire Police is appealing for the public's help to locate a man who is wanted on recall to prison.
27-year-old Paul Michael Dougan, of Albermarle Back Road, has been recalled to prison for poor behaviour since being released on licence in April.
Dougan was sentenced to 72 months' imprisonment after being convicted of section 18 wounding in August 2011.
He is believed to still be in Scarborough and officers have been checking addresses in the area in an effort to locate him.
The public are being urged to keep an eye out for Dougan and report sightings of anyone matching his description.
Dougan is described as white, around 5ft 10in tall, with brown hair and blue eyes.
Chief Inspector Mark Grange, of Scarborough Police, said: "Paul Dougan is well aware that we are looking for him and it is only a matter of time before we catch up with him."
The North of England's biggest beer and cider festival has got underway in York.
Around 15,000 people are expected to attend the event, which runs until Saturday.
There are more than 500 different brews on offer and they'll all be served from the longest bar in Europe - all 266 feet of it.
Nick Love, Festival Organiser, says there has been a "massive growth" in real ale brewing over the last few years.
Another cloudy day with mist, fog and drizzle in places.
Feeling quite warm and humid in any brighter intervals which may develop well inland.
Maximum Temperature 18C.
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East Coast Managing Director, Karen Boswell, has won the 'Woman of the Year' Award at a ceremony in London.
The Women 1st Shine Awards are designed to shine light on women who are making their mark in industry.
As Woman of the Year 2014, Karen Boswell now joins the elite Top 100 Club of Britain's most influential women in hospitality, passenger transport, travel and tourism.
Speaking about her award, Karen Boswell said: "This award is one for the team; it's for every one of my colleagues in East Coast who has helped to transform our business over the last five years. I'm absolutely thrilled to have won this award, and we're all really so proud of what we've been able to achieve together to turn around this jewel in the crown of Britain's railways."
A schoolgirl in York has been robbed of her socks and shoes while walking home in York.
At around 5:50pm on Wednesday, 10th September 2014, a 15-year-old pupil was walking home along Millfield Lane, Nether Poppleton, from Manor C of E Academy.
As she approached the railway crossing a man ran up behind her, pushed her to the ground and demanded her shoes and socks, which he removed before turning and heading back along Millfield Lane towards Acomb.
The man is described as either Asian or Eastern European, around 25-years-old, between 6ft and 6ft 4in tall, with a thin, stubbly face and short black hair, which was styled at the front. He was wearing thin, square glasses, a blue jacket, black jeans and was possibly carrying a small rucksack.
At the time of the incident, the area was busy with people visiting local businesses or returning home from work and officers are urging anyone who witnessed the incident or saw anyone acting suspiciously to come forward.