23 September 2014
The government wants to use the impetus of the Scottish referendum to start negotiating with the English regions - but few expect it to be a fast process.
Up to 1,000 jobs may be created if plans for a business park near Bradford are approved, its developer says.
Castleford coach Daryl Powell is considering appealing against the £500 fine given to him by the Rugby Football League.
Paul Hudson is the weather presenter and climate correspondent for BBC Look North in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
That's all from Local Live today. We'll be back from 08:00 on Wednesday.
The owners of the old Bradford & Bingley building society headquarters in Bingley have said demolition work will start next month.
There is a chance this weekend to have a look around Bradford's newest museum in advance of its official opening in October.
The Police museum is situated on the site of the original 19th Century police station which was operational in City Hall between 1874 and 1974.
Highlights include the original Victorian courtroom, which was where Coronation Street filmed Tracey Barlow's murder trial. The museum tour takes place on Saturday.
Plans have been revealed for a major business park near Bradford which could create up to 1,000 jobs.
The former water treatment works, near the M62 and M606 motorways, has been redundant since 2010.
A clear day so far but it will turn cloudy through the afternoon with patchy outbreaks of rain later.
Top temperature this afternoon will be 18C (64F). Check the full forecast here.
It was the hottest ticket in town.
This was the queue for Ed Miliband's speech at the Labour Party conference.
Developers says plans for a new business park on the M606 in Bradford could create 1,000 new jobs.
They want to turn the old North Bierley waste water plant into a 57-acre (23-hectare) industrial complex. Listen to the latest headlines at 16:00 for more.
Yorkshire soldiers are taking part in the biggest "laser quest" game ever as part of Canadian training camp.
BBC Travel News reports the M62 is closed eastbound between junction 27, M621 (Gildersome) and junction 28, A650 (Tingley) due to a car fire.
There's a jobs boost for Bradford today with plans to build a new business park.
The North Bierley waste water plant is to be turned into an industrial complex which could provide 1,000 jobs, says the developer. Listen to the headlines at 14:00 for more.
Plans have been unveiled for a major industrial and business park in Kirklees which it is claimed could create 1,000 jobs.
Is the Yorkshire devolution genie out of the bottle?
In the aftermath of the Scottish Independence referendum there is an appetite for more local control in the north but who will grasp power and the purse strings from central government?
The Wakefield MP says Labour will deliver the biggest change to the railways since they were privatised in the 1990s if it wins the General Election.
Speaking at the party's conference in Manchester, Mary Creagh, who is also the Shadow Transport Secretary, said Labour would coordinate all track and train operations. Listen to the headlines at 13:00 for more.
On BBC Radio Leeds I will be welcoming autumn's arrival. Time for conkers, proper frosty mornings, bonfire night and Christmas stuff in the shops.
Call me on 0845 303 3333.
A national retailer which put up oversized signs without planning permission has had to go back to the drawing board.
Leeds Travel info tweets: A6120 Leeds Outer Ring Road in Cross Gates now open to traffic following earlier RTC between Cross Gates Road and Selby Road.
A charity says Yorkshire needs more spaces for women who've suffered domestic abuse after revealing that almost 300 were turned away from refuges in a year.
Women's Aid says the Yorkshire and Humber region has 335 bed spaces but in reality it needs 534. Listen to the headlines at 12:00 for more.
BBC Sport has more details of Darko Milanic, who is expected to be confirmed as Leeds United's new manager.
As a player, the 46-year-old Slovenian initially played for Partizan before moving to Austrian side Sturm Graz. He also represented both Yugoslavia and Slovenia at international level.
He moved into coaching and went on to win nine domestic trophies with Slovenia's Maribor before moving to Sturm Graz in 2013.
As expected Darko Milanic oversaw Leeds United's training session this morning ahead of officially signing a two-year deal to become head coach.
He arrived at the Thorp Arch training complex just after 08:00 this morning closely followed by caretaker manager Neil Redfearn.
Keep up to date with what's happening at Headingley as Yorkshire take on Somerset in their final county championship game of the season by listening to the live commentary.
A Royal Marine commando who cheated death in Afghanistan is now looking forward to his future in sport after competing in the Invictus Games.
Darko Milanic flew in last night for talks with Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino.
He will take training today with a view to signing a two-year deal, I understand.
This morning I am asking if TV is making us fat?
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) says adults and children should consider having TV-free days or limiting viewing to no more than two hours a day under new proposals to tackle obesity. What do you think?
Listen live on BBC Radio Leeds and call me on 0845 303 3333.
The US and several Arab nations have carried out air strikes against Islamic State militants in Syria for the first time.
Fighter planes and cruise missiles were used. Listen to the headlines at 10:00 for more.
BBC Travel News is now reporting the A6120 in Leeds is closed in both directions between the Knightsway junction and the A63 Selby Road junction. The closure is due to an earlier accident and there are reports of queuing traffic.
Today marks 40 years since the introduction of Ceefax, the world's first teletext service, and to celebrate the anniversary BBC Sport wants readers to write their own Ceefax-style match reports.
View Yorkshire's coastal resorts as you've never seen them before thanks to these images dating from 1890.
This (anonymous) one is from the BBC Leeds office tattoo collection.
Why tattoos? Well it's because in Denmark, officials could lift a 50-year-old law banning tattoos on faces, hands or necks. Listen to Liz Green live.
BBC Travel news reports the A6120 ring road in Leeds is closed southbound between the Swarcliffe Approach junction and the A63 Selby Road junction because of an accident.
West Yorkshire Police is inviting the public to take a look at the force's new Leeds HQ on Elland Road.
The open day event takes place on Sunday between 11:00 and 15:00 BST.
Chief Supt Paul Money said: "This event will be an excellent opportunity for people to get a unique behind the scenes look at our new state-of-the art headquarters building while also getting an insight into modern day policing in Leeds."
Patchy mist should clear to leave a dry and fine morning with some spells of sunshine. Cloud will increase through the day though to bring some patchy rain.
Top temperature today of 18C (64F). Check the forecast herer.
BBC Travel news reports there's been a traffic light failure on the A64 York Road at the Cross Gates Lane junction.
Drivers are warned to approach with care.
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