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Woman is raped near university
A woman is raped on a footpath near the University of York.
Barber and Clappison join Minstermen
York City sign former Stoke City left-back Ben Barber and Hull City defender Ben Clappison on two-year contracts.
'Unaffordable' water park fees slammed
Entry prices for a new water park which was rescued with a multimillion-pound council cash injection are branded "unaffordable".
Fracking: Yorkshire to lead in Europe?
Wwhat could the economic impact be if the industry takes off in Yorkshire?
Child gender identity referrals on rise
The number of children and young people in the Yorkshire and Humber who are being referred to a gender identity clinic has risen from eight to 133.
1,000 teddies move to Newby Hall
A collection of 1,000 teddy bears, including Sooty and the original Paddington Bear, move to a permanent home at Newby Hall in North Yorkshire.
NHS doctor joined Islamic State group
An NHS doctor, who worked in Scarborough, left his family in the UK and joined the Islamic State group in Syria, the BBC learns from leaked IS recruitment papers.
£2.4m for Sheffield abuse groups
Three Sheffield groups which help abused women and girls have been awarded a total of £2.4m from the Big Lottery Fund.
Fracking move 'could face legal row'
Anti-fracking campaigners are considering a possible legal challenge as plans to begin the controversial technique are approved by councillors.
Red kite killing seventh in two months
Wildlife crime police investigate the seventh killing of a protected red kite in Yorkshire in the past two months.
Curry boss jailed over peanut death
A restaurant owner is jailed for the manslaughter of a customer who died from an allergic reaction to peanuts in a takeaway curry.
Whittle and Rooney join York City
York City sign defender Alex Whittle and right-back Shaun Rooney from Southport and Dunfermline Athletic respectively.
Owner continued selling dangerous meals
Restaurateur had "blatant disregard for safety"