Sunday Politics Yorkshire and Lincolnshire looks back at the week's political headlines in 60 seconds.
Work begins on repairing a large sinkhole which opened up in a North Yorkshire street.
The Tour de Yorkshire still has a lot of work to do before it can be extended to four days, says British Cycling president Bob Howden.
Donations to an online appeal funding the funeral of a popular York Big Issue seller top more than £3,000.
Live coverage of Saturday's National League game between Tranmere Rovers and York City.
A "stunned" barn owl is spotted sitting motionless for up to a minute in the middle of a country road before being rescued by a police officer.
A section of York's city walls is closed because of safety concerns, the authority says.
An appeal is launched to find the "lost sleighs" of the Co-op and the company and staff who worked on them.
A crowdfunding appeal is under way to help with the cost of the funeral of a popular Big Issue vendor.
The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will start in Bridlington on 28 April and finish in Sheffield on 30 April.
BBC News finds councils in England have paid out £10m due to school asbestos compensation claims.
Defender Aarran Racine and striker Rhys Murphy join York City on loan from fellow National League club Forest Green.
A woman who lost more than £300,000 in an online dating scam shares her story as a warning to others.
A tiny primary school in North Yorkshire with just 15 students could face closure.
National League strugglers York City sign Newport striker Jon Parkin on loan until January ahead of a permanent move.
Work to fill a huge sinkhole in North Yorkshire is expected to begin in the next couple of days.
Ambulance waiting times at Yorkshire hospitals' accident and emergency units double in a year
North Yorkshire Police has confirmed it has received reports of historic child abuse within football.
The body of a man found in the River Avon is formally identified as missing student Henry Burke.
A former boarding school teacher who sexually abused teenage pupils at two schools is jailed for 12 years.