A 93-year-old driver is critical in hospital after a road crash near Skipton.
The collision occurred at about 12.35pm on Sunday 18 October 2015, on the A65 at the Draughton bypass.
It involved a silver Honda Jazz car and a purple-coloured Ford Fiesta.
A shoplifter suspected of stealing £600 worth of electrical goods from Boots in Skipton was caught on CCTV.
Police are appealing for information to help identify the man, pictured, who was involved in two thefts from the town’s High Street store.
On 6 October 2015, the thief entered the store and stole a Phillips toothbrush, worth £250 without attempting to pay for the item.
Police are appealing for witnesses following a serious collision on the A59 near Skipton.
The collision, involving a pedal cycle and a Land Rover, occurred at about 3.30pm on Saturday 10 October, on the A59 at the Carlton junction near Broughton Hall.
A male cyclist was riding along the A59 towards Skipton when he was involved in a collision with a blue Land Rover Discovery towing an Ifor Williams trailer. The Land Rover was in the process of overtaking the cyclist when the collision occurred.
Police have named a biker who died in a road crash near Settle on Saturday.
Motorcyclist Robert Allaway, 46 , from Long Preston, was known to family and friends as ‘Bob’.
He died as a result of a collision at Cleatop near Settle on Saturday 3 October, at around midday on the A65 at The Courtyard, Cleatop, near Settle.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a motorcyclist died in a collision near Settle on Saturday.
It happened at around 12pm midday on Saturday 3 October 2015 on the A65 at The Courtyard, Cleatop.
It involved a black Nissan Note car travelling south towards Long Preston and a yellow Pioneer motorcycle travelling north towards Settle.
A crown court reporter has published a collection of short stories.
Telegraph & Argus court reporter Jenny Loweth has turned her pen to fiction for the tales entitled ‘Crook Who’s Talking!’
The ten stories involve characters narrating from prison about their crimes and the lifestyle choices that got them locked up.
Self-confessed ‘Geek’ Peter Occardi scooped £2.2m on the lottery by generating them on a scientific calculator.
And the vehicle designer – who passed his pilot’s licence three months ago – plans to spend his winnings on buying an aeroplane and
starting a camper van manufacturing firm.
Scot Peter, 48, and his wife Claire, 44, met on an internet dating site in 2010 and within a year were married.