A woman suffers a serious head injury after being assaulted with a large piece of wood while trying to stop two sheep rustlers, emergency services say.
National League side York sign goalkeeper Luke Simpson on a two-year deal following his release by Watford.
An appeal is launched to save a "stunning" Roman coin collection, the largest hoard of its type discovered in the north of England.
Four people die when a lorry and a car crashed head-on in North Yorkshire.
Travis Head and Jack Leaning hit centuries as Yorkshire beat Leicestershire by 191 runs in the One-Day Cup.
England batsman Joe Root says his "poor dismissals" in the first Test against Pakistan him "hungrier", after he hit 254 in the second.
England register a clean sweep against Thailand in Saturday's fourballs at the UL International Crown to finish top of their pool.
Police will be carrying out extra patrols at railway stations across Yorkshire as part of a crackdown on "alcohol-fuelled anti-social behaviour".
York City re-sign defender Lanre Oyebanjo following his departure from League Two side Crawley Town.
A union is to ballot its members over industrial action in a row with Virgin Trains East Coast over possible job losses.
York City Council say plans for a new community stadium will not be affected by the closure of York City Knights.
A former police officer's debut novel wins the main prize at one of the UK's top crime-writing festivals, where Scottish author Val McDermid is also honoured.
England twice beat hosts United States to top pool B on day one of the UL International Crown in Chicago.
The group that buys health services in York and Selby is being put into special measures, the NHS has said.
Rugby league club York City Knights announce they are closing down as a result of financial difficulties.
A further stretch of a 2,700-mile (4,345km) chain of footpaths around the English coast opens.
A rail company is planning to axe up to 46 jobs at travel centres and train stations along the East Coast Main Line route, a union claims.
A convicted sex offender who fled the UK and spent two years on the run is jailed after being deported from Cambodia.
The final part of a £2.4bn potash mine development on the North York Moors is given approval.
A soldier serving in the Rifles regiment has died while training in the Brecon area of south Wales, the Ministry of Defence confirms.