Here’s a run down of the news around South Yorkshire today.
Sheffield man in court today after international investigation into Islamist terror network
A Sheffield man is due in court today after being arrested in the city in an anti-terror raid.
The 52-year-old, who is not a British national, was one of 13 arrested across Europe yesterday in raids led by Italian authorities.
Murder accused was ‘watching The Wire DVDs’ on night of fatal Sheffield shooting
A suspect accused of playing a part in the murder of Jordan Thomas has said he was ‘watching DVDs’ when the fatal shooting took place.
Jama Ahmed told Sheffield Crown Court he was watching TV drama The Wire when Mr Thomas was shot dead on Derek Dooley Way at 10.15pm on December 21.
Three Sheffield men jailed for 27 years for owning guns and making ammo
Three Sheffield men have been sentenced to a combined total of 27 years in prison for a variety of firearms offences, including making ammunition.
Hundreds of NHS staff earn more than £100,000 as rich list is revealed
A list of top NHS earners has revealed hundreds of staff in South Yorkshire were paid more than £100,000 in a year.
13 things you didn’t know about Friday the 13th
Today is the day many superstitious people will have been dreading ... yes it’s Friday the 13th.
Sheffield’s Christmas market is unwrapped today - with 42 stalls, a bar and Santa’s grotto
Snow for sale, warming mulled wine and a Santa’s grotto are among the festive treats opening at Sheffield’s Christmas market today.