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- News, sport, travel, weather for Tue 19 Aug
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Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live for Leeds and West Yorkshire on this surprisingly chilly morning - it feels like autumn's already here.
I'll bring you the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates from across the county until 18:00.
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It'll be another cool day with some good bright or sunny spells.
It'll be mainly dry at first with only isolated showers, these most likely in the east towards Wakefield.
The top temperature will be about 16C (61F).
BBC Travel News reports there's queuing traffic on the A660 Leeds Road eastbound in Bramhope.
This is currently affecting the route between the A658 Pool Bank New Road junction and the Church Hill junction, in the roadworks area.
Here's a story from overnight from BBC News Online which you may have missed:
Plans to scrap parking charges at 10 sites across Calderdale and evening parking charges in Halifax were approved by councillors at a meeting last night.
Council leader Stephen Baines said if the decision was not called in for review the charges would be removed in September.
Join me from 09:00 on BBC Radio Leeds as I talk to a woman who believes it's vital for the people of West Yorkshire to talk about mental health issues and depression.
And, with Leeds Carnival just a matter of days away, I'll be investigating the roots of the carnival tradition.
Protests are taking place at train stations across West Yorkshire this morning as part of the TUC's day of action.
Activists at six stations - including Leeds, Dewsbury, and Keighley - are calling for public ownership of the railways.
Listen live to the 09:00 bulletin for more.
Yorkshire remain top of the County Championship after defeating Sussex by nine wickets at Scarborough on Monday evening.
A determined performance in the field saw them dismiss the visitors for 230, despite a superb 113 from Luke Wright.
He hit 17 fours and shared a stand of 127 with Steffan Piolet (32) before both fell to seamer Tim Bresnan (3-60).
Not so long ago, a headache for Dave Hockaday would invariably mean the latest calamity had befallen Leeds United, but suddenly the world seems a happier place for the club's head coach.
Rail passengers in West Yorkshire are preparing to find out how much their fares will go up by in January 2015, amid protests at stations across the country about the high cost of tickets.
The BBC's Ben Thompson was at Leeds railway station this morning and he spoke to Martin Abrams (above) from the Campaign for Better Transport to find out his views.