08:52 UK time, Tuesday, 1 July 2014
The Queen's Speech contained a brief reference to government plans that could see the biggest change to how the national parks are run in the six decades since they were set up.
An investigation into allegations that Jimmy Savile preyed on children on hospital wards across Leeds cost more than £1m, it is revealed.
A man is arrested on suspicion of killing Leeds woman Gemma Simpson, who disappeared from her home 14 years ago.
Championship side Leeds United sign Chievo goalkeeper Marco Silvestri on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
Paul Hudson is the weather presenter and climate correspondent for BBC Look North in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
That's all from BBC Local Live in Leeds and West Yorkshire today.
I'll have all the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates again tomorrow from 08:00.
It'll be a windy evening with cloud spreading westwards overnight, with some clear spells remaining across western hills. Minimum temperatures will be about 11C (52F).
Tomorrow, it'll be mostly cloudy with some brighter spells in the west. Outbreaks of rain, at times heavy, will slowly spread westwards with a top temperature of 17C (63F).
West Yorkshire fire service bosses say take care, as fire cover will be halved during Thursday's strike.
George Clarke, architect and presenter of Channel 4 series Restoration Man, has been looking around Bradford's abandoned Odeon cinema.
The landmark building was opened in 1930 as a 3,300-seat theatre and converted into three smaller cinemas and a bingo hall in 1969.
It closed in 2000 and the building is owned by the council. A decision on its future is due later this year.
A 14-year-old boy has been taken to hospital after being clipped by a bus and then run over by a car in Hebden Bridge this afternoon.
Sometimes it's the little things...
BBC Radio Leeds drivetime presenter Andrew Edwards took this extreme close-up of a leaf he spotted on the way in to work, and what a fantastic shot it is.
Detectives investigating a brawl outside a Bradford nightclub which left five people injured and in hospital are appealing for people to come forward with information.
BBC Travel News reports traffic is slow on the A58 at Chain Bar because of a broken down lorry on the roundabout.
Drivers are being warned to avoid the area if possible
Leeds City Council is warning tomorrow's UK-wide strike by public sector workers could lead to some council-run services in the city being "closed or severely disrupted".
Updates on services affected by the industrial action, including school closures, will be posted on the council's website.
Bowlers in Newsome fear a century-old bowling green could vanish within months if a neighbouring Working Men's Club is sold off.
A 21-year-old motorcyclist suffered serious injuries during a crash with a car in Notton, near Wakefield, this morning.
Police say it happened in Barnsley Road at about 10:45 when the rider, from Wakefield, hit a stationary Skoda Fabia which was trying to turn right.
The man, whose injuries are not life-threatening, is being treated in hospital and police are appealing for witnesses to get in touch.
The independent report, which revealed the full extent of his crimes at the Leeds General Infirmary over a 50-year period, will have to be paid for by the hospital trust, the BBC has discovered.
We heard yesterday that Beryl, the play currently running at West Yorkshire Playhouse in Leeds which celebrates the life of champion Leeds cyclist Beryl Burton, is to be extended.
And now here's the proof. The man at the Playhouse is already busy changing the poster.
The saga of Bradford's derelict Odeon cinema has been running for well over a decade, and its fate remains uncertain.
Now, BBC Look North has been allowed inside the landmark building for the first time since it was closed in 2000.
Reporter Spencer Stokes accompanied George Clarke, presenter of Channel 4's Restoration Man series, and members of the Bradford Odeon Rescue Group, for an exclusive view of a building on the edge. Find out more on BBC Look North at 18:30.
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Should English cities such as Leeds and Manchester get the power to raise taxes including stamp duty and business rates?
A committee of MPs is suggesting they should - after all these taxes are already in the process of being devolved to Wales.
A new chemical manufacturing college could be built in Huddersfield, bringing hundreds of new apprenticeships and dozens of new jobs to the town.
Leeds United have signed Chievo goalkeeper Marco Silvestri on a four-year deal for an undisclosed fee.
The 23-year-old former Italy Under-21 international finished last season on loan with Chievo's Serie A rivals Cagliari, making three appearances.
If you've been following the progress of the Tour de France since its memorable appearance in Yorkshire at the weekend, there's some bad news from Stage Five.
Britain's defending Tour de France champion Chris Froome has quit the race after crashing for a third time.
The Briton had resumed riding after his first fall in wet conditions, but withdrew after his second crash with about 66km of the stage to go.
A horse sparked a major rescue operation after it plummeted down a hole in Linthwaite and was stuck for 24 hours.
This afternoon it'll remain largely dry and bright with sunny spells, though the sunshine could turn a little hazy, with a top temperature of 21-22C (70-72F).
Tonight, the cloud will spread westwards with some clear spells remaining across western hills.
Rain will edge into eastern parts and the breeze will ease, with a minimum temperature of 11C (52F).
A man police want to speak to regarding a serious assault is believed to be living in Halifax.
Wakefield Trinity Wildcats and England prop Nick Scruton has signed a two-year contract extension.
The 29-year-old joined the Wildcats from Bradford Bulls on a one-year deal in March and has made 16 appearances for James Webster's side.
The top stories in the 14:00 bulletin:
David Cameron heaped praise on Yorkshire's hosting of the Tour de France at Prime Minister's Questions today.
The government is promising to improve wi-fi connectivity on trains, while making services up to 10 times faster.
And it sounds as if passengers in Leeds could be among the first to benefit - though it may be "three or four years" before it actually comes to pass.
So what exactly is being done to make sure we can keep communicating while commuting?
In our lunchtime programme today:
West Yorkshire Police has issued a photo of a man officers want to speak to in connection with a serious assault.
Carl Vickers, 44, of no fixed address, is wanted about an attack in the Undercliffe area of Bradford last December.
BBC Travel News reports the A61 Barnsley Road, in Woolley, is closed in both directions at the Seckar Lane junction because of a serious accident.
Drivers are being advised to avoid the area if possible.
A mother-of-two from Dewsbury has been spared jail after being found guilty of dangling her child from a window and dropping her on to the porch below.
Coming up, broadcaster Nicky Campbell (pictured) will tell Martin Kelner about his experiences searching for - and being reunited with - his birth mother and father after many years. Listen to the show from 12:00
National Rail tweets: The 14:48 London Kings Cross - Bradford Interchange has been cancelled because of a train fault. Please tweet us for alternative options.
The sound of music will ring out across Huddersfield this weekend as a bumper bill of live events gets under way to sing the praises of the area's musical talent.
Responding to our story earlier about the row in Saltaire over what style of door is "appropriate" for a World Heritage site, Mike Harrison tells us via email that he "fully agrees" that some just don't fit in.
Mike says: "As a World Heritage area it should be kept as original as possible to retain the character and 'flavour' of the town.
"Would the residents also like to put plastic doors and windows in too? Maybe a few solar panels?"
This morning on BBC Radio Leeds, Wes Butters is live from the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate.
He'll be joining the 130,000 people that flock to the event every year to find out what's going on and meet just some of the exhibitors and visitors.
After 11:00 Joe Maiden will have a special gardening phone-in from the President's Lawn at the Great Yorkshire Showground.
Take a look at a gallery of 20 things you'd only see in Yorkshire during the Tour de France.
Yorkshire County Cricket Club tweets: We will be getting off and running on time at Headingley for day three v Durham. Sun shining.
People in Bradford are to get the chance to take a behind-the-scenes view of the landmark City Hall later this summer, Bradford Council says.
Visitors will be given "Sneaky Peek" tours of the 19th Century Grade I-listed building including the subterranean Victorian police cells and the court room used by ITV's Coronation Street.
The tours will start on Wednesday 6 August and will take place every Wednesday until 11 September.
Organisers of the Cleckheaton Folk Festival have praised the community after a successful weekend of music and morris dancing.
The Tour de France may now be just a memory here in West Yorkshire, but you can still take a look back at just how big an event it was.
West Yorkshire Police have collected their best shots of the drama, the fun and the excitement from the weekend on their Facebook album.
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Take a look at these doors - they're all on one street in Saltaire and each one is unsuitable for the area, according to Bradford Council.
The council says they don't fit in with the village's status as a World Heritage site - it's not so much the colours as their designs.
A horse sparked a major rescue operation in Linthwaite after it fell 10ft down a hole and was stuck for 24 hours.
National Rail tweets: The 10:20 Bradford Interchange - London Kings Cross has been cancelled because of a train fault. Please tweet us for alternative options.
Thousands of people attended the first day of the Great Yorkshire Show in Harrogate yesterday, England's biggest agricultural event, with more expected over the next couple of days.
The 156th show, which attracts people from all over the county as well as the rest of the country, comes after 2.5 million spectators turned out for the Tour de France at the weekend.
Metro Travel News tweets: Wakefield Bus Services 102/114/117/126/127/212/231/232/278 using Westgate End/Makin St stop unable to use stop due to burst water main.
Leeds United owner Massimo Cellino has delivered a stinging farewell to Ross McCormack after the striker signed for Fulham yesterday, breaking the transfer record for deals outside the Premier League.
It's a largely dry and bright morning for West Yorkshire.
Sunny spells will be replaced by hazy sunshine as cloud spreads in from the east.
A freshening breeze is forecast and a maximum temperature of 21-22C (70-72F)
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