The 840 Coastliner service is one of the shortlisted entries for Britain's most scenic bus route.
The landing marks the start of a week-long military exercise involving international air forces.
A19 North Yorkshire both ways severe accident, between Union Lane and Westbourne Road.
A19 North Yorkshire - A19 Brook Street in Selby blocked in both directions between the Union Lane junction and the Westbourne Road junction, because of an accident involving two vehicles.
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The top stories in Yorkshire today include:
- Huddersfield Infirmary downgrade 'not in interests of locals' - Health Secretary
- Lost theatre sculpture found in garden
- Huddersfield Gareth Atkinson stabbing death arrests
- 'Bloodier than I thought' - York candidate stands down
- Fans queue overnight in Sheffield for ultra-rare Arctic Monkeys LP.
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What's the prettiest bus journey you've ever been on?
I'm asking because there is actually a competition to find Britain’s most scenic bus route.Copyright: BBC
Yorkshire is in the running so I hopped on board to find out what all the fuss is about.
The 840 Coastliner service certainly provides some breathtaking views and stunning scenery.
It travels from Leeds to Whitby in just four hours and the journey takes in historic York, before crossing the North York Moors National Park.
The winner will be announced later this month.
Some good news for drivers who've been enduring a five mile stretch of roadworks, with a 40mph speed restriction, on the A64 between York and LeedsCopyright: BBC
Highways England say, after feedback from drivers, the next phase of work will be carried out in two separate stages of three miles each, rather than doing the full six miles in one go.
Engineers are replacing 11 miles of the central reservation as part of improvement work.
A bill, which is being discussed in the Commons today, would introduce paid parental bereavement leave of at least two weeks for parents grieving the loss of a child.
Kevin Hollinrake, the Conservative MP for Thirsk and Malton, has sponsored the Parental Bereavement Bill, which is due to have its third reading today:
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Trains on the Settle Carlisle rail line are being disrupted after a vehicle struck a bridge at Culgaith.
Traffic near Langwathby station is also being delayed.
York hasn't done enough to get people out of hospital with the care they need, the social care boss of City of York Council has admitted, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.Copyright: Google
Martin Farran, director of adult social care, has told senior councillors the whole system hasn't been effective at getting people home from hospital - with a "catastrophic effect" on older people in particular.
It comes after senior councillors in the city agreed to put another £1.2m into social care work.
The money will be used to try and stop bed-blocking, which is when older people are stuck in hospital with nowhere else to go.
Hundreds of people have been lining the streets of Northallerton as staff from RAF Leeming parade through the town.
It's part of a special event to celebrate the Freedom of the County Town and 100 years of the Royal Air Force.
There are also various stands displaying equipment used by the RAF and a flypast of Hawk aircraft from 100 Squadron, based at RAF Leeming, is also due to take place.
David Arthurton, the base's Station Commander, says the RAF has "a real affinity" for Northallerton.
An employment tribunal ruling that a police officer was subjected to racial discrimination is of the "gravest concern", according to North Yorkshire Police's Assistant Chief Constable.Copyright: North Yorkshire Police
An employment tribunal ruled Sgt Zaheer Ahmed had been subjected to unconscious race discrimination and two instances of direct discrimination, due to his Pakistani ethnic origin.
The tribunal decided a white sergeant, who had passed his or her inspectors’ exams, would have faced fewer promotion obstacles than Mr Ahmed experienced.Quote Message: Racial discrimination has no place in the police service, or in society, and consequently any finding of discrimination is a matter of the gravest concern." from Amanda Oliver Assistant Chief Constable
Harrogate Town face the biggest match in the club's history this Sunday.
They're playing Brackley in the play-off finals - the prize being promotion to the National League.
Town manager Simon Weaver says promotion would mean a lot not just to the club but to the town as a whole:
There is full coverage of the match on BBC Radio York from 14:00 on Sunday.
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A former government minister has criticised the economic case for a Yorkshire-wide devolution plan.Copyright: PA
The "One Yorkshire" proposal has the backing of 18 out of 20 council leaders and the new Sheffield City Region mayor Dan Jarvis.
However, former Treasury Minister Lord Jim O'Neill has said he does not believe a Yorkshire-wide proposal would deliver the necessary benefits to the economy.
Lord O'Neill also said it was "quite unlikely" the government would allow the One Yorkshire plan to go ahead in its current form.
O'Neill, who is now on the board of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership, has also questioned the commitment of the council leaders to the plan.
He's told the BBC: "Those who are most passionate obviously now publicly talk about everybody as being of one mind, but I'm pretty sure if you delve a little bit below the surface it’s not actually really true."
The Northern Powerhouse Partnership later said that it will offer to work closely with the proponents of One Yorkshire to make their case as strong as possible.