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Summary

  1. Updates on Tuesday 9 February
  2. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday

Live Reporting

By Clare Crooks

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our Live coverage across the day

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Live updates for Hull and East Yorkshire have finished for the day but we'll be back from 08:00 tomorrow 10 February with the latest news, sport, weather and travel. 

    Enjoy your pancakes!

    Don't forget you can still get in touch with any of your great photos or stories of the area via  emailtwitter or Facebook.

  2. Headlines: 'Biggles' gets 19 years for drugs smuggling; Driffield council want to meet with Cuadrilla

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Tonight's top stories from the Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom include: 

    • 'Biggles' pilot jailed for 19 years for smuggling drugs into an airfield near Howden
    • Rural councils are to be given extra government cash
    • Driffield Town Council aim for meeting with Cuadrilla company over possible fracking plans
  3. Forecast for tonight: Showery and feeling cold

    Keeley Donovan

    BBC Look North

    Variable cloud and showers this evening, wintry for higher ground.

    Most showers will tend to die away, though a few may continue.

    Lows will dip to 2 or 3 with the risk of frost in sheltered spots. A brisk NW breeze developing.

    Weather graphic
  4. Today is safer internet day

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    School pupils across East Yorkshire are being taught about staying safe online as part of a global initiative to promote safer use of the internet.

    "Play your part for a better internet" is the East Riding Safeguarding Children Board's theme for the day.

    It's hoped it will promote safer use of new and digital media.

  5. Shop worker attacked after challenging thief

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    A shop worker in Hessle was punched in the face after challenging a thief last month.

    Humberside Police have now released these CCTV images of a man they want to speak to in connection with it.

    CCTV image of suspect in the shop

    The attack happened on Thursday, 14 January at 19:00 when a worker at the Co-Op in Hessle Square challenged a man who'd hidden a bottle of Vodka in his pocket.

    CCTV image of man running in street

    If you can identify the man, call Humberside Police on 101, quoting crime reference number 2136193.

  6. Bailey followed his nose and prompted arrests

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Remember this little guy from earlier today?

    Police Dog Bailey

    It's Police Dog Bailey. 

    He's helped officers in Hull make two arrests already after sniffing out what's thought to be cocaine.

  7. Road is cleared following an accident involving horse

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Police were called to this road at Sancton in East Yorkshire this morning.

    It's now been cleared following an accident involving a horse.

    Road in Sancton

    The driver escaped with minor injuries but the horse died. 

    It was one of a number running loose on the road.

  8. Headscarf Revolutionaries to be a two-part film for TV

    BBC Radio Humberside

    We've had more details about plans to make a film from the story of a group of women from Hull who led a trawler safety campaign in the 1960s.

    Known as the Headscarf Revolutionaries the women successfully lobbied the government for better safety after 58 men died when three trawlers sank in 1968.

    Headscarfed women of Hessle Road

    Bridlington writer and director Mark Herman, who worked on Little Voice and Brassed Off, is involved with making the programme.

    He says it will most likely be a two-part TV film for the BBC.

    Quote Message: It's not a cinema film it's a movie for TV. Over the last couple of years I've gone off the film industry and been drawn towards TV anyway because I think its better. For subject matter like this its ideal actually." from Mark Herman Writer and director
    Mark HermanWriter and director
  9. Scunthorpe sign Hull's Luer on loan

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Scunthorpe United have confirmed the signing of Hull City striker Greg Luer on a months loan.

    Greg Luer

    The 21 year old has made 6 appearances for the Tigers this season with two goals, both coming in Capital One Cup ties against Accrington and Rochdale.

    His initial loan ends after the re-arranged league game against Doncaster on March 8th.

  10. Could your childhood artwork be a museum piece?

    James Piekos

    Reporter, BBC Hull and East Yorkshire

    If you went to Goole County Primary School in the 1950s, there's a fair chance it is.

    A painting at Goole Museum

    Paintings have been unearthed after a former teacher there, "Jenks" came forward with his collection.

    Have a look at my video on facebook and see if you recognise any of the paintings.

  11. Weather: Increasing cloud with the chance of rain

    Clare Nasir

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Here's the lunchtime forecast: 

    Some sunshine through this afternoon however eventually the cloud will increase with the chance of showery rain.

    Highs 6C (43F) with a moderate to fresh southwest wind - a lighter breeze later in the day.

    Full details here.

    Weather graphic
  12. Hull City put on the market

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City's owners have publicly confirmed for the first time that they're in discussions and have received firm offers for the football club.

    In a Yorkshire Post interview with vice-chairman Ehab Allam says they've had a lot of interest.

    Hull City AFC logo

    We understand groups in China have expressed a desire to buy the Tigers, with possible interest also from America.

  13. Headlines: A pilot has been jailed for 19 years for smuggling cocaine into East Yorkshire

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    These are the top stories in the Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom this lunchtime:

    • A pilot who smuggled cocaine from Germany to an East Yorkshire airfield has been jailed for 19 years
    • Rural councils including East Yorkshire are to get millions of pounds in extra funding 
    • Councillors in Driffield aim for a meeting with a company who have been given permission to frack in the area
  14. Breighton Airfield cocaine pilot 'Biggles' imported 591lbs of drugs over three months

    Cocaine-smuggling pilot Andrew "Biggles" Wright, who took his name from the fictional aviator and adventurer, imported 268 kilos (591lbs) of the Class A drug in eight trips from Breighton Airfield near Selby to Germany and back over three months in the autumn of 2014. 

    The 52-year-old along with the plot's mastermind Mark Dowling, 43, and Jamie Williams, 38, were handed stiff deterrent jail sentences at the Old Bailey. 

    Judge Nicholas Cooke QC told them the amount they smuggled was "off the scale" and of "exceptional seriousness ". 

  15. BreakingCocaine smuggling pilot jailed for 19 years

    Pilot Andrew Wright, nicknamed Biggles, has been jailed at the Old Bailey for 19 years for smuggling £33.5m of cocaine into Breighton Airfield in his light aircraft. 

    Two other members of the gang were sentenced to 24 and 23 years. 

    More to follow

  16. CCTV: Should it be mandatory in care homes?

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Would you feel happy entrusting your relative to a care home?

    Apparently 43% of people in Hull wouldn't according to research by Neil Hudgell Solicitors in the city. 

    Today a campaign calling for the government to make CCTV mandatory in care homes has started.

    Hands of elderly woman

    Yorkshire woman Lisa Smith set up a petition because of concerns about the care she says her dad received in a home.

    However the GMB union in Hull doesn't think CCTV is the way forward.

    Quote Message: Should you be filmed in the street, in a pub, in a bank, somewhere like that you have the full protection of the law but that film in being monitored and watched by someone who is licensed to do this. In private residential homes I'd be worried about just how well this facility is going to be maintained and used for what purposes." from Mick Coppin GMB in Hull
    Mick CoppinGMB in Hull