- Hymers College in lockdown after police operation in the area
- Three hurt, including two children, after coach and lorry collide
- Man dies after getting trapped between car and garage door
- Voting under way as polls open in general election
- Last drive starts for Hull City of Culture 2017 volunteers
- Updates on Thursday 8 June 2017
That's it from me today, but before I go, here are five things we didn't know when we woke up this morning:
BBC Look North
East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
Two men from East Yorkshire have been sentenced at Sheffield Crown Court after they were found to be drunk and verbally abusive towards passengers on a flight bound for Doncaster/Sheffield Airport.
27-year-old Andris Vagals, of Barmby Road in Pocklington, York and Juris Terentjevs (pictured below), aged 30 of Fifth Avenue in Goole were on a flight from Riga in Latvia in January.Copyright: South Yorkshire Polcie
Terentjevs was jailed for 12 months for endangering a person on an aircraft and being drunk on an aircraft, while Vagals was handed a four month sentence, suspended for 12 months, with 120 hours of unpaid work for being drunk on an aircraft.
Pupils at Hymers College in Hull have been allowed to go home, after the school was in 'lock down' for more than two hours.
The school says it kept the children inside on the advice of the police, following a reported theft in the area earlier.
Hymers College in Hull remains in "lock down," according to a tweet from the school.
It says the children are safely locked inside, on the advice of the police, following a reported theft in the Spring Bank area earlier.
Weather presenter, BBC Look North
Any lingering showers this evening will ease, with clear spells developing.
However, further showers will start to push in from the west through the second half of the night.Copyright: BBC
BBC Radio Humberside
The Hull FC coach Lee Radford says the club is hoping to created a permanent memorial to the late Arthur Bunting.
The former Black and Whites coach, who led the team to nearly every trophy and major final in the late 1970s and 1980s, has died at the age of 80.
Players will also wear black armbands for their game at Salford tomorrow as a mark of respect.Copyright: Hull FC
The route for the Tour of Britain cycling race in North Lincolnshire has been updated.
North Lincolnshire Council says stage three of the national event will take place in the area on Tuesday 5 September, covering 172 km of the local countryside.
The race will start at Normanby Hall Country Park and will cover the Isle of Axholme, Brigg and Barton, before the big finish near Central Park in Scunthorpe.Copyright: Getty Images
Humberside Police say they were called to the Spring Bank area of Hull following reports of a nearby theft.
Officers carried out a search of the school as part of the investigation.
They say all staff and students are safe, and they were kept indoors for a short time as a precaution.
One of the young people helped by a charity for teenagers at risk of becoming homeless in our area says he now has "a brighter future."
Safe and Sound Homes, known as SASH, is appealing for more people in the Hull area to consider offering a spare room to a young person in need.Copyright: BBC
Nathan, who is 17-years-old, was given a place to stay in Bridlington through the charity, following difficulties with his family.
He said it has helped him turn things around:Quote Message: It's great. I feel like part of the family, they've welcomed me in. I've got a much brighter future" from Nathan
Humberside Police has given an update following reports that Wolferton School in East Yorkshire has been evacuated.
It says officers are at the site after what is believed to be a hoax bomb threat.
The force says the school has been evacuated as a precaution and a search of the school and grounds is ongoing, however it is thought to be a hoax threat made by a local youth.
Hymers College in Hull says the school was in lockdown following reports of an intruder on site:
Humberside Fire and Rescue say Wolfreton School in Kirkella has been evacuated.
We'll bring you more information as we get it.
Weather Presenter, BBC Look North
It was a pretty miserable morning, and there's more rain on the way I'm afraid.
We should see some brighter spells though:Copyright: BBC
A woman has been injured in Withernsea after a car mounted the kerb and hit her.Copyright: BBC
The 51-year-old suffered minor leg injuries in the incident on Queen Street on Wednesday 31 May, but the driver of the car failed to stop.
Police want to speak to anyone who was in the area at the time.
Reporter, BBC Look North
The A614 at Kirkburn near Driffied has re-opened following a crash involving a school coach and a lorry earlier.
A man and two children suffered minor injuries in the collision.Copyright: BBC
Presenter, BBC Radio Humberside
Local poets are helping people in Hull bring their City of Culture 2017 poems to life.Copyright: BBC
Landlines is a BBC Radio Humberside project which asks people to send in a short poem about where they live with the aim of collecting a total of 2,017 poems as part of an art installation.
Poets Dean Wilson and Vicky Foster are visiting libraries to help people create their submissions.
The workshops will take place at Hedon Library on Saturday 10 June and North Bridlington Library on Saturday 17 June.
BBC Radio Humberside
Remember earlier this year when it was announced that Hull would become a national centre for skateboarding and a "skate friendly destination"?
Hull City Council said it wanted to make the city a centre of excellence for the sport by improving facilities and encouraging more young people to take up skating.Copyright: BBC
Now a professional skateboarder and former TV personality is to open a new skate shop in Hull.
Lee Dainton, from the MTV stunt programme Dirty Sanchez, is one of those behind the project, which will also have its own amateur and professional teams.