4 September 2014
Is the Scottish Referendum giving more clout to calls for more powers in Yorkshire?
Police in Thailand say they have still not identified any suspects in the murder of British tourists Hannah Witheridge and Leeds University student David Miller.
A Leeds man appears in court to deny making a hoax bomb threat. in Knaresborough
Tributes are paid to a forensic archaeologist from the University of Bradford who led the searches for the Disappeared - people who were murdered and secretly buried by republicans during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
Guiseppe Bellusci hits a stunning free-kick as managerless Leeds pick up an impressive win at Bournemouth.
Paul Hudson is the weather presenter and climate correspondent for BBC Look North in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.
BBC News Online reports that Police in Thailand say they have still not identified any suspects in the murder of British tourists Hannah Witheridge and Leeds University student David Miller (pictured)r.
Police said there was no evidence linking two friends of Mr Miller, brothers Christopher and James Ware, to the murder.
However the men are being asked to stay in Thailand to help with the inquiry.
An 11-year-old boy was rescued from the roof of a house in Ingrow last night after he had been on the roof for about two hours.
Five Muslim leaders from West Yorkshire are among 100 who have issued an appeal for the release of volunteer driver Alan Henning captured by extremists in Syria.
Writing to The Independent, they say there's nothing in the Koran or Islamic tradition excusing violence of that kind.
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Figures released by the Met Office have confirmed how exceptionally dry the first half of September has been.
With high pressure dominating for virtually the whole of the month so far, rainfall across the UK has totalled just 6.7mm.
This makes it the driest first half of September since records began in 1960 and is just 7% of the monthly average of 96mm.
The family and friends of missing Kirkburton schoolboy Isaac Nash will hold a fundraiser in his memory later today.
Isaac's family are trying to raise £50,000 to build a skate park in tribute to the 12-year-old who's not been seen since he was swept away while paddling off Anglesey last month.
The fundraiser will be held at The Old Canteen in Shelley from 20:00, and will include live bands and an auction.
An artist's impression of a 50-year-old Leeds shopping centre's new look has been revealed as it reaches the final phase of a £50m facelift.
BBC Travel reports: A lane is blocked and there's queuing traffic on the M62 eastbound between J25, A644 (Brighouse) and J26, M606 (Chain Bar), because of an accident involving car and lorry.
Motorists are being warned to expect big delays in the area.
It'll be another dull, misty and damp start.
The day will gradually brighten with some sunny spells developing.
It'll fell warm with afternoon highs around 21C (70F).
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