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Summary

  1. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Thursday
  2. Live updates on Wednesday 9 November 2016

Live Reporting

By Gill Sennett

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye: Five things we learned today

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

That's it for another day folks.

Not sure how you follow Donald Trump becoming president but whatever the morning brings we'll be here from 08:00.

In the meantime here's four things we learned today:

  • And stoats enjoy trampolining. Well, it's a good excuse to re-watch this joyful film anyway!

Watch: Wednesday's headlines from Look North

Here's Peter with tonight's headlines on BBC Look North.

Full stories at 18:40 on BBC One.

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WATCH: Clear spells and scattered showers

Owain Wyn Evans

Weather presenter, BBC Look North

Hare today, police tomorrow

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Humberside Police are getting tough on offenders who commit wildlife crimes:

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Flower power wins day for student

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

This student was asked to design a non-traditional bouquet and chose the world of ballet as her inspiration.

Good job, well done!

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US Election result: Your views

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Plenty of you have something to say about Donald Trump's presidential victory.

Share your thoughts with us here.

Donald Trump
Reuters

American people have spoken, deal with it."

Elaine BagridgeFacebook

Disgrace he even got to run for president."

Julie AllenFacebook

I cannot believe that the American people would vote for someone like Donald Trump, specially when he's had no political experience, whatsoever."

Rosemary PearmanFacebook

Totally GOBSMACKED here."

Fiona SantosuossoFacebook

Three jailed over mass street brawl

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Three men who played a part in a mass street brawl in Hull have each been jailed for 12 months.

Two teenagers who can't be named for legal reasons and Luke Spriggs, 24, were found guilty of affray and possession of baseball bats.

In September Estelle Lashley was jailed for nine years after using a stolen car to deliberately run over a man during the same incident.

The moment a white car runs over a man in a Hull street
BBC

Hull is where it's at! Or is it?

David Harrison

BBC Radio Humberside

The Guardian seems rather smitten with Hull at the moment.

Yesterday's article is getting plenty of shares and mentions on social media today.

Then they go a publish another...albeit with a picture of Plymouth!

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Any questions for Keith Hunter?

David Burns

BBC Radio Humberside

Send me your questions for the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner or call into the show tomorrow morning.

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Snack break in the sunshine

BBC Weather Watchers

We're glad someone managed lunch in the sunshine today anyway!

Thanks to BBC Weather Watcher Nick Hedges in Beverley for this cuteness.

Mouse
nick hedges

Flu vaccination trial rolled out

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

Children across the country are having flu vaccines after the success of a pilot with schools in our region. 

Three years ago, East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire schools took part in a scheme which is now being rolled out nationwide. 

Years one and three will be offered the vaccine.

Child getting flu vaccine
BBC

Complaints about mis-selling of solar panels

Sarah Corker

BBC Look North

Trading Standards officers in North East Lincolnshire say they've seen a five-fold increase in complaints from people who claim they've been left thousands of pounds out of pocket after being mis-sold solar panels.

Some pensioners have been pressured to sign up to over-priced installations.

Solar panels
BBC

You can see my full report on BBC Look North tonight.

Joe Root keen England continue good start against India
England batsman Joe Root says England still have "a lot of hard work to do" after they got off to a good start in the first innings against India in Rajkot.
Family appeal over 10-year missing woman case
The family of a woman missing for 10 years appeals to the "tight-knit" community where she vanished.

Fraud against the NHS 'will not be tolerated'

That is the message from Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust fraud busters.

The Trust has issued the warning as part of November’s Fraud Awareness Month.

Cases investigated in the past 12 months include one person found to be working elsewhere while off sick.

Nicki Foley
NHS

Most people who work in and use the NHS are honest, but unfortunately there is a minority that tries to defraud it of its resources."

Nicki FoleyCounter fraud specialist, Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust

Can you shed any light on this man's identity?

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

It's not the clearest of images but someone may know who this is.

CCTV image
Humberside Police

Police want to speak to him in connection with a garage burglary in Market Weighton last month.

Bumpy road ahead 'will be worth it'

Victoria Holland

BBC Look North

Bus company EYMS says the closure of Hull's Ferensway for three days will be worth the short term pain.

Hull City Council says pedestrian safety is one of the main reasons improvement works are taking place at the end of the month.

Map of road closure
Hull City Council
The proposed new cricket stand at night

Yorkshire County Cricket Club has said Headingley Stadium could lose cricket Test matches at the venue after a delay in a £38m plan to renovate the stadium.

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WATCH: Stoat on a trampoline!

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

As it's a grey, rainy and cold day outside. 

Here's a stoat on a trampoline to cheer you up along with some other feel-good wildlife pictures. 

Courtesy of painter Richard Fuller from Thixendale.

Ello, ello, ello - feeling the force?

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Perhaps this is the career opportunity for you:

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WATCH: A cold afternoon in prospect

LISTEN: Baroness Goldie speaks about East Yorkshire men

Caroline Brockelbank

BBC Radio Humberside

There's fresh pressure on the government to continue raising the case of a group of British ex-servicemen, two of whom are from East Yorkshire, serving five-year jail terms in India.

Paul Towers from Pocklington and Ray Tindall who's originally from Hull were imprisoned in January for firearms offences while working on anti-piracy roles in 2013. 

Speaking for the government in the House of Lords, Baroness Goldie said the case is high on their agenda:

High praise for congregation

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

This church is the heart of the community in Kilnwick - a little village on the edge of the Yorkshire Wolds.

Kilnwick Church
Google

Some of the congregation are heading to London today for the final of a national competition. 

They've already won £2,000 and could get £10,000 if they win the competition which recognises community engagement.

Humber Bridge has re-opened

We're told the Humber Bridge has now re-opened following a short closure as police dealt with a problem.

Donald Trump: More reaction to his White House win

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Hear what American Studies student Kane and American Hull resident Emily have to say.

Karen Black, 36, from Worksop

The family of a woman missing for 10 years appeals to the "tight knit" community where she vanished.

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Severe disruption: A15 Lincolnshire northbound

BBC Travel

A15 Lincolnshire northbound severe disruption, between A1077 Ferriby Road and A164.

A15 Lincolnshire - A15 Humber Bridge in Barton closed northbound between the A1077 Ferriby Road junction and the A164 junction, because of a police incident.

Check local traffic and travel reports for:

Grimsby trawler features on TV programme

Lara King

North East Lincolnshire reporter

The Ross Tiger is an iconic Grimsby trawler...

Ross Tiger
Getty Images

...and it is going to be featured on the BBC's Flog It programme on 21 November.

This historic trawler is now moored alongside Grimsby's National Fishing Heritage Centre.

WATCH: Wintry weather is set to clear

Owain Wyn Evans

Weather presenter, BBC Look North

Men with placards protesting

About 100 UK steelworkers join a march in Brussels calling for action to protect the industry and safeguard thousands of jobs.

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Manager of the Month nomination

BBC Humberside Sport

Scunthorpe United boss Graham Alexander has been nominated for October's League One Manager of the Month award.

Is he yours? Get in touch.

Graham Alexander
PA

Your headlines this morning

Caroline Brockelbank

BBC Radio Humberside

Here are the latest headlines across East Yorkshire & Humber area:

Fans warned ahead of tonight's Checkatrade Trophy match

BBC Radio Humberside

There will be a zero-tolerance approach to anyone causing trouble at tonight's Checkatrade Trophy game between Grimsby Town and Sheffield United.

That's the message from police after 29 men were charged with violent disorder after a match between the two sides in July.

Supt Dave Hall says there will be a "strong policing operation in place". 

Some of those charged with offences from the previous match between the two sides are due before Grimsby Magistrates court on 14 December.

Sheffield United and Grimsby Town fans clash back in July
BBC

Driving advice as wintry weather arrives

Clare Crooks

BBC Radio Humberside

Higher ground in the west of our area is likely to be most affected by the weather.

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Police want to trace man after pub incident

Image of suspect
Humberside Police

Officers investigating an assault at a Grimsby pub want to speak to this man captured on CCTV.

Two men suffered minor facial injuries in Chambers, Old Market Place, between 00:55 and 01:05 GMT on Wednesday 2 November.

LISTEN: What sort of president will Donald Trump be?

BBC Radio Humberside

Our reporter Amanda White asked Head of American Studies at the University of Hull, Dr David Eldridge, what he thinks the majority of Americans have voted for.

Men charged over violent football disorder in Grimsby

BBC Radio Humberside

Police say that 29 men have been charged with violent disorder following clashes between football fans in Grimsby and Cleethorpes in July.

Officers said the charges follow clashes between Grimsby Town and Sheffield United supporters in July.  

Humberside police said violent disorder would not be tolerated.  

Ferensway: Hull City Council promises it will be safer

Amanda White

BBC East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

WATCH: Steelworkers march in Brussels

Victoria Holland

BBC Look North

Some workers from the Scunthorpe steelworkers are in Brussels today to join thousands of others working in the industry across Europe.

The group is part of a campaign calling for the protection of jobs put in jeopardy because of cheap steel imports and high energy costs.