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Summary

  1. Arrest after woman stabbed in Dewsbury
  2. Day three of Northern rail strike
  3. Radio station to challenge suspension over 'terror talks'
  4. Search for missing girls last seen near York Minster
  5. Bravery awards for police who arrested Jo Cox killer
  6. Official opening of improved A&E at Dewsbury Hospital
  7. Great Yorkshire Show visitors urged not to use satnavs
  8. Thousands turn out for Cliffhanger festival
  9. Live updates on Monday 10 July 2017

Live Reporting

By Andrew Barton and Oli Constable

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Monday

    Those are all the updates from Monday 10 July.

    Want to get all the latest news, sport, travel and weather on Tuesday 11 July 2017?

    Click here.

  2. Envelope update

    Severe accident: A1079 North Yorkshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A1079 North Yorkshire both ways severe accident, between Bull Lane and Green Dykes Lane.

    A1079 North Yorkshire - A1079 Lawrence Street in York blocked in both directions between the Bull Lane junction and the Green Dykes Lane junction, because of a serious accident.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe disruption: M62 West Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 West Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, between J25 for A644 and J26 for M606.

    M62 West Yorkshire - One lane closed on M62 eastbound between J25, A644 (Brighouse) and J26, M606 (Chain Bar), because of a broken down vehicle.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe roadworks: A661 North Yorkshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A661 North Yorkshire both ways severe roadworks, between A658 and Rudding Lane.

    A661 North Yorkshire - Expected delays on A661 in both directions in Little Ribston between Kestrel Roundabout and the Rudding Lane junction, because of a one-way system in place and Great Yorkshire Show.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe accident: M62 West Yorkshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 West Yorkshire westbound severe accident, between J31 for A655 and J30 for A642.

    M62 West Yorkshire - Slow traffic on M62 westbound between J31, A655 (Castleford) and J30, A642 (Rothwell), because of an accident and a rolling road-block.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

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    Severe accident: A661 West Yorkshire both ways

    BBC News Travel

    A661 West Yorkshire both ways severe accident, between A58 and B1224 North Street.

    A661 West Yorkshire - A661 Boston Road in Wetherby closed in both directions between the A58 junction and the B1224 North Street junction, because of an accident. Traffic is coping well.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  7. Our five top stories today

    Well that's all from us for today, we'll be back tomorrow from 06:30 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel for Yorkshire.

    Updates on breaking news will continue throughout the night, but before we go, let's look back at some of our top stories from today:

    1. Attempted murder case launched after woman stabbed in Dewsbury
    2. Northern warns travellers over strike timetable
    3. Bird thieves kill barn owl chicks
    4. Polish man in Doncaster appeals for help to be 'more English'
    5. How to beat the Great Yorkshire Show queues

    See you tomorrow.

  8. Do you recognise these men?

    E-fit pictures have been released of two men police want to speak to after a 91-year-old man was conned out of cash in Doncaster.

    Efit

    It happened on 21 June when two men went to the man's house on Oxford Road in Rossington to ask for money for work they had done on his house.

    The men said that they'd come back with a recipt the next day. They called again and one of them took the man to the back of the house where the work had been done.

    When the elderly man went back inside, he realised that a large amount of cash had been taken.

  9. Watch: Beating the crowds to the Great Yorkshire Show

    Owain Wyn Evans

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    More than 130,000 people are expected to go to the Great Yorkshire Show this year, and apart from showcasing all that is great about Yorkshire it can only mean one thing; queues.

    So how do you get around them? Have a look at my handy guide on how to get there without a hair out of place:

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    Video caption: Owain Wyn Evans has some top tips on the best way to travel to the showground.
  10. Watch: Bo Peep to help stop sheep rustling

    A new marking system aimed at stemming and eliminating the rising tide of sheep rustling in North Yorkshire is being trialled on a Moors farm near Castleton.

    TecTracer has been developed by York-based Trace-in-Metal, which pioneered a marking system to protect church roofs from lead thieves, and has now adapted its use for safeguarding sheep.

    The TecTracer team are hoping to join forces with North Yorkshire Police to launch "Operation Bo Peep."

    Heidi Tomlinson's been to Castleton to see how it works:

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    Video caption: A system stemming and eliminating the rising tide of sheep rustling in North Yorkshire
  11. Polish man in Doncaster appeals for help to be 'more English'

    A Polish man who has recently moved to Doncaster is appealing for help to integrate with the local community.

    Maciej Gabryś

    Maciej Gabryś posted on Facebook asking people for advice on possible jobs he could apply for where he would be working with English people.

    The 32-year-old said he also wanted to learn more about the English language, as well as the culture and history of the region and country.

    "I am in England, and I want to know England," he added.

  12. Bird thieves kill barn owl chicks

    Two barn owl chicks have been killed and an adult and fledged chick stolen from a nesting box in North Yorkshire.

    Barn Owl chick

    Last Monday the thieves used ladders to get a man-made barn owl box down from an oak tree between Sheriff Hutton and Bulmer.

    A male and female had been successfully rearing chicks there for the last seven years and were being watched by locals.

    Police say that the birds seem to have been stolen to order and wild barn owls are protected by law.

    Quote Message: All barn owls in captivity will have paperwork and should have a ring on their leg." from North Yorkshire Police
    North Yorkshire Police
  13. Northern warns travellers over strike timetable

    Northern say that they have operated 770 services in the north of England today, on the last day of a three-day strike by workers, but say that services will be affected tonight.

    Train

    The company say that travellers "should think carefully about their plans" after 17:00 though as they'll begin to "wind down" their services after then.

    The union is in dispute with the company over driver-only-operated trains, which it says would be unsafe and lead to widespread job losses.

    "The threat to abolish guards and introduce driver-only-operated trains is only part of the wider attack on rail services," said the RMT.

  14. Schoolboys approached by man driving car in Sheffield

    Two schoolboys have been approached by a man driving a car in Sheffield, who asked them to get into his vehicle.

    The 12-year-old boys were walking to school on Thursday 6 July, at 08:30, when a pale blue Citroen C3 stopped near to Outwood Academy in Woodhouse.

    The man is reported to have verbally abused the boys before they ran off toward Stradbroke Road.

    Parents and pupils are being advised to be vigilant however police are reassuring the community that this is an isolated incident.

  15. Leeds Halloween 'ride-out' was for charity

    The man behind a Halloween "ride-out" which brought a major route into Leeds to a standstill says he organised it to raise money for charity.

    Ride out

    More than 100 bikers took to the streets of the city and caused chaos as they rode up and down Kirkstall road and rode onto pedestrianised areas of the city centre in October last year.

    David Armitage, 26 of Brookfield Road, set up the event on Facebook and claims to have raised around £400 for the family of a murdered teenager, Leeds Crown Court heard.

    Police received around 160 calls from the public on the night of the disturbance.

    All 13 defendants pleaded guilty at an earlier hearing to "causing a publicnuisance by participating in a large-scale procession of motorbikes and similar vehicles that rode around Leeds in a manner that interfered with the comfort, enjoyment and safety of the public".