It is thought Andrew Gosden caught a train to London - leaving behind relatives and friends.Read the full story ›
The British answer to the Japanese 'bullet train' has been dogged by delays and technical problems.Read the full story ›
Investigations are continuing after vandals targeted a memorial which honours those who served in Bomber Command.Read the full story ›
Union members representing workers at BAE in Brough begin a three day trip to Westminster today to lobby MPs for support.Read the full story ›
A mother and daughter from Yorkshire will be honoured with a special award at the House of Lords today.
Krista Langley and daughter Lauren from Thirsk will receive the International Fund for Animal Welfare for their dedication to rescuing and rehabilitating injured and orphaned wildlife.
The pair run the 24 hour centre from their home. They take in around 1,500 wild birds and animals from across the North of England each year, as well as dealing with up to 3,000 calls for help and advice from members of the public and referrals from police and the RSPCA .
The mother of 11 year old Harry Whitlam who was killed by a drunken tractor driver on a farm in Leeds is meeting government ministers today.Read the full story ›
Police forces across the region are stepping up patrols this weekend following the Parsons Green terror attack in London.Read the full story ›
A Yorkshire religious leader has said security must be increased around mosques following the Finsbury Park terror attack.Read the full story ›
Police have arrested a 20th person in connection with the London Bridge attack.
A 28-year-old man was held on suspicion of terror offences following a raid in east London, Scotland Yard said.
Officers entered a residential address in Barking shortly after 2am on Saturday. It comes hours after police arrested a 27-year-old man in Ilford.
Seven people are now being held in custody in connection with the atrocity that left eight dead and dozens injured.
An off-duty Yorkshire soldier has revealed how he used battlefield training to save victims of Saturday's terrorist attack in London. Lieutenant Jared Bambridge, of the1st Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment, ran towards danger to tend to stab victims, saving a 51-year-old man with two knife wounds. In fact, he helped 10 of the wounded over more than two hours, as Jon Hill reports.