Today marks the centenary of the bombardment of Hartlepool, Scarborough and Whitby.
One hundred years ago today five German battle cruisers struck the North East coast.
137 people were killed and 592 were injured.
Many of these were civilians.
Services will take place throughout the day to remember those who died.
North Yorkshire Police are appealing for help to find a man who is missing from Scarborough. Alan Wilkinson was last seen a week ago in the Cayton area.
North Yorkshire Police and Humberside Police have located the man in a green Skoda Fabia - who they were concerned about. He is now safe and well.
North Yorkshire Police has issued an urgent appeal warning the public not to approach a car in the east of the county, possibly near Scarborough.
Urgent appeal. Skoda Fabia in Green VRM SL06TYZ. Possibly near Scarborough. If seen ring 999 asap and DO NOT APPROACH. Log 33 refers. RT
A separate message on the North Yorkshire Police Facebook page said the vehicle could be parked or moving and reiterated the warning not to approach the vehicle under any circumstances.
The force referred media enquiries to Humberside Police, who said there was 'concern' for the person inside the vehicle.
A service will be held this afternoon to remember three Scarborough Lifeboat crew members who lost their lives exactly sixty years ago.
The vessel capsized near the harbour mouth, while escorting fishing boats to safety in terrible weather.
A commemoration will be held at 3pm at the lifeboat house.
It's sixty years tomorrow since one of the worst disasters in Scarborough's lifeboat history. The crew went out in a storm to escort fishing boats back to shore but the lifeboat capsized close to the harbour, killing three of the crew. A service will he held tomorrow to mark the occasion and commemorate all lifeboat crew who've lost their lives at sea.
It'll also mark the end of an era as the current crew get ready to move from the lifeboat house.
Watch James Webster's report here.
Eleven people have been charged with supplying heroin, after a number of early-morning raids in Scarborough, North Yorkshire.
A group of 12 people were arrested on Wednesday, 19th November. One man, 64, has been released without any further police action.
Those charged are due to appear at Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on 11th December.
Councillors in Scarborough will meet later today to discuss plans to control the area's seagull population.
Concerns were raised over the summer after a record number of complaints about the birds menacing locals and visitors.
Councillors in Scarborough will meet to discuss plans to control the area's seagull population
Concerns were raised over the summer after a record number of complaints of them dive-bombing and menacing locals and visitors.
Scarborough Sealife Sanctuary is having one of its busiest seal-rescue summers since it re-launched its rescue facilities in 2011.Read the full story ›