BBC Local Live, Leeds
Thanks very much for being with us today, we'll be back at 08:00 tomorrow morning.
Here are five of today's top stories:
- A 52-year-old man has died after being attacked by a dog, which had previously been seized, in Huddersfield.
- Leeds' Nicola Adams is through to the semi-finals of the Women's Flyweight at Rio 2016.
- If you were hoping to go for a dip at Pugneys lake, don't! It's full of green algae.
- Victim of the Boxing Day flood? Your story is wanted as part of a new exhibition.
- If Yorkshire were a country... well, you know the rest.
See you tomorrow.
BBC Look North
A fine evening with some sunshine. Overnight things should stay dry with long clear spells where we could see temperatures drop into single figures in rural areas. Generally lows of 11C (52F).Copyright: BBC
And it's good news for tomorrow. Another pleasant day with some good spells of sunshine. A little more cloud, though any will thin and break. Maximum temperature of of 22C (72F).
You may have seen the sand sculpture of Zayn Malik in the Bradford Broadway shopping centre, it's been there for a few days...Copyright: The Broadway Bradford
But some people, aren't that sure the likeness is that good...
If you've got an opinion on the statue you can let me know what you think!
We've had some really amazing sunsets in the past week or so. Last night was no exception, lots of you sending in pictures of the red sky.Copyright: Dave Bland
Thanks to Dave Bland for this one of Guiseley.
I've just had a word with Keeley Donovan, she says we might be in for more of the same tonight!
Yorkshire's Joe Root (pictured), Jonny Bairstow, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett and David Willey have all been named in England's one-day squad to face Pakistan.Copyright: PA
The England selectors have announced a 15-man squad for the ODI series starting on Wednesday 24 August at Ageas Bowl, Southampton.
The full squad is: E Morgan (capt) (Middlesex), M Ali (Worcestershire), J Bairstow (Yorkshire), J Buttler (Lancashire), L Dawson (Hampshire), C Jordan (Sussex), A Hales (Nottinghamshire), L Plunkett (Yorkshire), A Rashid (Yorkshire), J Root (Yorkshire), J Roy (Surrey), B Stokes (Durham), D Willey (Yorkshire), C Woakes (Warwickshire), M Wood (Durham).
The planned industrial action on the Eastcoast Mainline has been called off according to Virgin Trains.
Workers on Virgin Trains East Coast were due to stage three 24-hour strikes this month, including one on Bank Holiday Monday.
The RMT said train guards, station staff and some drivers were set to take part in the walkouts.Copyright: PAQuote Message: We’re pleased that the RMT has agreed to suspend industrial action and continue talks. We had put in place detailed contingency plans which would have seen our timetable run as normal, nevertheless this news will be welcomed by our customers and people." from David Horne Virgin Trains
More on the fatal dog attack in Huddersfield yesterday.
West Yorkshire Police have confirmed that a dog control order had been in place on the dog since 2012.Quote Message: In October 2012 a dog control order was issued to Kirklees Council against the dog and its owner, putting conditions in place for the management of the animal. This remains in place to this day." from West Yorkshire Police
The victim has been named as 52-year-old David Ellam.
And West Yorkshire Police have just released this picture of 52-year-old David Ellam.Copyright: West Yorkshire Police
The man who was killed by a seized dog in Huddersfield yesterday has been named as 52-year-old David Ellam.
The MP for Pudsey has raised his constituents' concerns over Brexit with the government.
Stuart Andrew has written to David Davies, the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, to highlight questions over ministers' plans to leave the EU.Copyright: Getty Images
In a letter, which you can read here, he says Article 50 should only be invoked "when our negotiating position is absolutely clear" and that people deserve a greater say in how the country negotiates its future with the EU.
The A64 in Kiddal Lane End lane is closed on the entry slip road eastbound at the A1(M) J44 Bramham junction, because of a broken down vehicle.
We have queues in the area...
An 81-year-old driver whose poor eyesight meant he shouldn’t have been on the roads has been given a suspended jail sentence for causing the death of a 92-year-old woman in Bradford city centre.Copyright: Yorkshire Post
Just a quick one, the roads are looking fine this afternoon, but it's a slightly different picture on the rails...
More on the fatal dog attack in Huddersfield yesterday.
A dog previously seized by police over fears it was dangerous has attacked and killed a man days after being returned to its owner.
It is thought the victim, 52, was trying to protect his own terrier when the larger dog turned on him.Quote Message: We're lost for words, just devastated. It had only been out for five days, why did they let that dog back out, why did they let it go when it was vicious?" from Carol Hanson Friend of the victim
Former world champion on BBC Radio 5 live
Great performance from Nicola Adams.
She would have had a nervous wait but I think she did pretty well apart from that last round. She was pretty comfortable.
Leeds boxer Nicola Adams is through to the semi-finals after a successful start to the defence of her Olympic flyweight title.
BBC Sport say she had to contend with Ukrainian Tetyana Kob coming at her like a threshing machine in the final round, but she won with a comprehensive decision.
The 33-year-old won the first gold medal in Olympic women's boxing history at London 2012.Copyright: BBC
West Yorkshire is the fourth worst place in the country for dog attacks in which people have to attend hospital, according to the Health and Social Care Information Centre.
The figures, released last month, show that 23 people per 100,000 went to hospital with a dog bite.Copyright: HSCIC
The worst area in the country is Merseyside with a rate of 27 per 100,000.
The family of a man who died after a fatal dog attack in Huddersfield have spoken about the incident on social media.
Keeley Berry says she's a member of the victim's family. You can read her full statement on the Huddersfield Examiner's Facebook page..Quote Message: It was a tragic incident that should never have happened and correct measures were not taken to ensure this situation wouldn’t arise. We hope that in the coming days, a true representation of what happened yesterday will come to light and end all speculation." from Keeley Berry