4 September 2014
Is the Scottish Referendum giving more clout to calls for more powers in Yorkshire?
Festival traders say they could go out of business after not receiving an estimated £120,000 from a company that has ceased trading.
Two people are remanded in custody for the murder of a 47-year-old man who spent two years in a coma before he died.
A man appears in court to deny making a hoax bomb threat.
York's Michael Ingham pulls off four excellent saves as he helps to earn his side a point against Luton in League Two.
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