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Four arrests after trouble at Barnsley v Leeds Utd match

Barnsley and Leeds United are "working together" to assess crowd trouble that marred Sunday's derby clash at Oakwell.

Leeds Utd vs Barnsley
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South Yorkshire Police also launched an investigation following the arrest of three people on suspicion of public order offences and a 24-year-old man on suspicion of assault.

The force said the 24-year-old man was arrested following reports a steward had been assaulted inside the ground towards the end of the match.

Leeds fans clashed with stewards in the away end towards the latter stages of their side's 2-0 win.

Fighting also broke out in the East Stand.

"Barnsley Football Club and Leeds United Football Club are greatly disappointed by reports of violence at yesterday's game and will be working together to assess the matter," a statement said.

Missing 12-year-old found 'safe and well'

A 12-year-old girl reported missing from her home in Heckmondwike on Saturday has been found.

Police say Ellianna Komorowski is now "safe and well."

The West Yorkshire force has thanked those who shared its appeal to find her.

Van driver airlifted to hospital after A64 collision

A van driver has been airlifted to hospital with head injuries after a collision with a lorry on the A64 in North Yorkshire, police say.

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It happened near Tadcaster at about 07:00.

Officers say the driver of the van was taken to Leeds General Infirmary after being freed from his vehicle by the emergency services

The eastbound section of the A64 was closed between A659 and A162 after the crash, but re-opened at abut 10.25.

Huddersfield street death: 'Brightest star' tribute

The family of a 21-year-old woman found dead on a street in Huddersfield has paid tribute to a "kind and loving daughter".

Bethany Fields
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Bethany Fields, from Leeds, was found on Fitzwilliam Street, Huddersfield, at about 18:10 last Thursday. West Yorkshire Police said she died at the scene.

Her family have paid tribute to her saying: "She was a "beautiful, talented, giving, and loving daughter, loved and respected by family, friends, colleagues and fellow students.

"She was travelling to Iceland to study the effects of glacial melts and to the Canary Islands to study volcanoes.

"She worked with a charitable organisation for people with physical and learning difficulties.

"Heaven has gained the brightest star of them all."

Paul Crowther, 35, of Elm Way, in Birstall, has been charged with her murder and is due before Huddersfield Magistrates later today.