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Summary

  1. Updates on Thursday, 4 February
  2. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Friday

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  1. Our Live coverage across the day

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Our Live coverage for Hull and East Yorkshire has finished for today.

    Join us tomorrow from 08:00 for more news, sport, travel and weather.

  2. Weather: A cloudy but mild evening across Hull and East Yorkshire

    Keeley Donovan

    BBC Look North

    Mostly cloudy this evening and overnight. 

    Minimum temperature of 8C (46F).

    Weather Graphic

    Tomorrow will be rather cloudy and become windy, but mostly dry. 

    A maximum temperature of 11C (52F)

  3. Police name man who was stabbed to death in west Hull last night

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The man who was murdered on the Selby Street footbridge in Hull last night has been named as 46-year-old David Rylands. 

    His mates called him Tommy.  

    David Rylands

    Police say David Rylands was stabbed on the footbridge by a man who then fled the scene following the assault. 

    They say it's not yet clear what the motive was for the attack and they are treating it as an isolated incident.

    A murder investigation is underway and police are asking anyone with any information to get in touch on the 101 number.

  4. Tackling child abduction - police say threats to children are on the increase

    Vicky Johnson

    BBC Look North

    The number of children who've been the subject of police abduction warning notices in the Humberside Force area has almost doubled in the past year. 

    The notices are designed to protect children at risk of physical and sexual exploitation, increased from 56 in 2014 to 101 in 2015. 

    This teenager told of her experiences of being groomed by older men. Her words have been re-voiced:

    Video content

    Video caption: Tackling child abduction as Humberside Police say threats to children are on the increase

    However, the number of child rapes has also risen by 22% from 185 to 226 over the past year.

    Detective Sharon Wood says she's noticed a big shift in police attitudes. 

    Video content

    Video caption: Tacking child abduction - Humberside Police say threats to children are on the increase

    The police say children and vulnerable young people are being abused almost right under our noses. They need our help to expose this exploitation so they can deal with it.

  5. Headlines: Hull murder victim is named and Ofstead accuses academy chain of failing pupils

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    These are the top stories from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom this afternoon:

    • A man who was murdered in Hull last night has been named as 46-year-old David Rylands
    • The number of children who've been the subject of abduction warning notices in the Humberside Police Force area has almost doubled in the past year
    • The biggest academy chain in England has been accused by Ofsted of 'failing too many pupils' - including some in Hull
  6. Man who dumped doll's house in lane fined by court

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    A man's admitted dumping a large handmade wooden dolls house and other children's toys in North Newbald.

    Robert Baxter of Greenfields Way in Newport near Gilberdyke pleaded guilty to fly-tipping last November.

    He's had to pay £400 in fines and costs and was given 12 months' conditional discharge. 

    Fly tipping in East Yorkshire

    East Riding council warn that people caught fly-tipping could be fined up to £50,000 and could face imprisonment.

  7. England's largest academy chain 'failing too many pupils' - including in Hull

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The academy that runs Hall Road Primary, Newington Primary, Green Way Primary and the Kingswood Academy in Hull has been accused by Ofsted for "failing too many pupils". 

    Nicky Morgan

    Inspectors say that 40% of pupils in primary schools run by Academies Enterprise Trust (AET) are in "academies that do not provide a good standard of education". 

    AET runs 67 academies across England. 

    Quote Message: "It is even worse in secondary, where 47% of pupils attend academies that are less than good." from Ofsted
    Ofsted

    In response the trust said it was disappointed that its "significant achievements" had "not been sufficiently recognised".

  8. BreakingHull murder victim named as David Rylands

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Police have named the man who was killed following an assault in Hull last night.

    David Rylands, 46, (pictured) was attacked on a footbridge between Selby Street and Walliker Street.

    It happened just after 20:00. 

    He was taken to hospital, but died a short time later and a murder investigation was started.

    David Rylands

    Police are asking anyone with any information to call them on the 101 number.

  9. Whitefriagate closed overnight

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    As part of the multi-million pound regeneration of Hull's city centre, Whitefriagate (pictured) will be closed overnight tonight. 

    Whitefriagate

    Contractors are pouring a concrete base on which new paving will be laid.

    The work is being done overnight to allow the concrete to dry and the city council say you'll be able to get down there again once the concrete has fully dried.

  10. Thursday's front page from the Hull Daily Mail

    Hull Daily Mail

    Here is today's front page from the Hull Daily Mail:

    Hull Daily Mail front page
  11. Health Minister visits Hull

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The Health Minister is visiting East Yorkshire today. 

    Alistair Burt is expected to discuss the lack of in-patient facilities for young people with mental health issues. 

    It's something Sally Burke has been campaigning for:

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    Video caption: Health Minister visits East Yorkshire to discuss children's inpatient mental health unit

    Sally's daughter is being treated miles away from home because of a lack of mental health services here.  

  12. Humberside Police recruit 300 new officers

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Humberside Police are looking for more 300 new recruits by the end of 2019. 

    The force say they've been able to open applications to external candidates for the first time in around 8 years because of the level of natural turnover and the number of officers reaching retirement.

    Two policemen walking down the street

    The first wave of recruitment will begin next month with candidates being given three days to register their interest  

  13. Listen: Disappointment for those behind shipping container cafe plans

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The potential operators of a cafe in a converted shipping container at Hull Marina say they're bitterly disappointed with planning councillors who rejected their plan. 

    Here's what Caroline Smith, general manager of Al Porto, told me this morning:

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    Video caption: Potential operators of a café in a shipping container disappointed with council planners.
  14. Weather: a dry and bright afternoon

    Kay Crewdson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Remaining mostly dry and bright with plenty of sunny spells this afternoon.

    Clouding over later on with a little patchy rain possible. 

    Mild with afternoon highs around 10C (50F).

    Weather graphic
  15. Look North lunchtime headlines

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    These are the headlines for Look North this lunchtime on BBC One:

    • The number of children who've been the subject of police abduction warning notices in the Humberside Force area has almost doubled in the past year 
    • A murder investigation is underway in Hull following the death of a man who was assaulted in the West of the city last night
    • The former Europe minister David Davis (pictured) has urged fellow Conservatives to campaign for Britain to leave the European Union
    David Davis

    And you can hear more with Crispin Rolfe on BBC Look North on BBC 1 at 13:30

  16. Murder investigation following violent fatal street attack in Hull

    James Piekos

    Reporter, BBC Hull and East Yorkshire

    I'm at Selby Street in Hull this morning where a police cordon remains in place.

    Two police cars are parked either side of the bridge and a blue tarpaulin covers the scene where the assault is thought to have taken place.

    Selby Street Hull

    It involved a victim in his mid 40's who sustained injuries at around 20:00 last night. 

    He was taken to hospital and died a short time later.

    We are told his family are being supported by officers and the police want to speak to anyone may have information about what happened you can call them on the 101 number.

  17. Sport: Hull City get another nomination

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City's Abel Hernandez has been nominated for the Sky Bet Championship player of the month award for January.

    Manager Steve Bruce is up for Manager of the Month.

    Abel Hernandez
  18. "We won't give up on our plans" say shipping container cafe backers

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The people who wanted to bring a pop-up cafe in a shipping container along Hull Marina have told me this morning that they won't give up on their plans. 

    Here's what one similar to the proposed idea looks like:  

    Bar made from a shipping container

    Councillors voted unanimously yesterday to uphold recommendations to refuse the application.

    They say the location, scale and detail of the container fails to preserve the appearance of the area.

    The people behind the plans say they'll resubmit them:

    Quote Message: Well go around it, we'll speak to a couple of advisers. We'll go back to the design team as well. We've got our own interest in the area, we have a really successful restaurant there. We're not going to put anything there that's an eyesore or bring anything other than a great new vibe." from Caroline Smith Manager Al Porto
    Caroline SmithManager Al Porto