As it happened
- News, sport, travel and weather for Mon 1 Sep
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Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live for Leeds and West Yorkshire on this first day of September - how time flies!
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It'll be a cloudy start with outbreaks of rain, heavy in places at first.
The rain will clear to the southeast through the morning and it will brighten with sunny spells and just a small chance of a shower.
The top temperature will be about 20C (68F).
Spain's Javier Gomez won the 2014 Triathlon World Series title in Edmonton as Leeds' Jonny Brownlee (pictured, right) came up short in his quest for a second world crown.
Gomez finished third in the final race to seal his fourth world title as Jonny's brother Alistair Brownlee claimed his second win of the season.
BBC Travel News reports there's slow traffic on the M621 westbound between M1 J43, Belle Isle and J2, A643 (Elland Road).
A peeping Tom, sentenced for trying to spy on the Chinese Olympic swimming team when they were training in Leeds, has been caught again at another sports centre peering into a cubicle.
BBC News Online reports that police and coastguard staff are preparing to spend a fourth day searching for missing Isaac Nash, from Huddersfield, who was swept into the sea off Anglesey.
Isaac, 12, was playing with another boy while on holiday with his family when he got into difficulty in the water at Aberffraw on Friday afternoon.
A 39-year-old man's due in court later charged with a religiously-aggravated assault on Bradford West MP George Galloway.
Mr Galloway was left battered and bruised in an alleged street attack in London on Friday evening.
Listen to the 09:00 bulletin for more
Halifax fire station is set to lose 16 firefighters, four watch managers and one fire engine in a move that MP Linda Riordan (pictured) has said could put lives at risk.
The 27-year-old is currently on loan at Odsal and has scored two tries in six games.
He told the club website: "This is a club with big ambitions for the future and I want to be a part of what is eventually achieved here."