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Summary

  1. Woman dies after being hit by train at West Yorkshire station
  2. Police appeal for details after car ploughs into York house
  3. New plea for witnesses after man's Leeds station attack death
  4. Drug and alcohol treatments on the up in Sheffield
  5. NHS campaign calls for organ donors in Yorkshire
  6. Dewsbury District Hospital A&E changes come into force
  7. North Yorkshire coast bids to attract year-round visitors
  8. Updates on Monday 4 September 2017

Live Reporting

By Abigail Davies, Oli Constable and Jamie Raynor

All times stated are UK

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  1. Follow our coverage on Tuesday

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    Severe disruption: A1(M) North Yorkshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    A1(M) North Yorkshire northbound severe disruption, between J48 for A168 and J49 for A168.

    A1(M) North Yorkshire - One lane closed on A1(M) northbound between J48, A168 (Boroughbridge) and J49, A168 (Dishforth), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

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    Severe disruption: M1 South Yorkshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 South Yorkshire southbound severe disruption, between J35 for A629 Rotherham and J34 for A631.

    M1 South Yorkshire - One lane closed on M1 southbound between J35, A629 (Rotherham) and J34, A631 (Meadowhall), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

  4. Five things we've learned today

    That's all from us for today. We'll be back on Tuesday from 06:30 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel for Yorkshire.

    Meanwhile, updates on breaking news will continue right here throughout the night.

    But before we go, let's look back at some of our top stories from today:

    1. Police issue fresh appeal for witnesses over Leeds station death

    2. Two West Yorkshire brothers are part of NHS campaign to encourage people to register to donate organs

    3. Manchester Arena survivors from Bradford speak of terror aftermath

    4. Leading academics in York discuss cutting nuclear weapons

    5. And a Barnsley businesswoman wins the backing of two Dragons in the latest series of Dragons' Den

  5. A cloudy and mild evening ahead for Yorkshire

    Paul Hudson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Rather cloudy for Yorkshire this evening, with rain spreading into western parts later.

    It'll be very mild with a minimum temperature of about 15C (59F).

    Tomorrow will be cloudy with outbreaks of rain, locally heavy in the morning, turning more showery through the afternoon.

    The top temperature will be about 19C (66F).

    Weather graphic
  6. Watch: Sheffield Wednesday FC marks 150th anniversary

    Today marks the exact date Sheffield Wednesday Football Club was formed 150 years ago.

    The famous Owls have certainly had their fair share of highs and lows in the club's lifetime.

    Here's a look at back at just some of those moments:

    Video content

    Video caption: The South Yorkshire club is celebrating the landmark anniversary.
  7. Envelope update

    Severe accident: M62 West Yorkshire westbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 West Yorkshire westbound severe accident, between J25 for A644 and J24 for A629.

    M62 West Yorkshire - Slow traffic and a lane closed on M62 westbound between J25, A644 (Brighouse) in Brighouse and J24, A629 (Ainley Top) in West Yorkshire, because of an accident involving two vans.

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

  8. Call blocking scheme launched for people with dementia in South Yorkshire

    A new call blocking scheme has been launched to protect people living with dementia.

    Phone stock

    It's a scheme run by Trading Standards in partnership with South Yorkshire Police and hopes to reduce the amount of scam and nuisance calls people receive.

    Quote Message: To qualify for the scheme, the person must have a dementia-related illness and receive nuisance calls on a reasonably regular basis." from Andy Foster South Yorkshire Police
    Andy FosterSouth Yorkshire Police
  9. Woman dies after being hit by train at station

    A woman has died after being hit by a train at a West Yorkshire railway station this afternoon.

    Police and paramedics were called to Ravensthorpe station, near Dewsbury, at about 16:20.

    Work is now being carried out to identify the woman and inform her family, with officers remaining at the scene to establish how she came to be on the tracks.

    Commuters are being warned to expect disruptions on all services between Leeds and Huddersfield until about 18:30.

  10. Northern Powerhouse 'absolutely not dead' - Hammond

    The Chancellor Philip Hammond says he's fully committed to the so-called "Northern Powerhouse".

    Philip Hammond

    The scheme - designed to boost the economies of the major cities in the North - was the brainchild of his predecessor George Osborne.

    Some council leaders feel the government has downgraded the project.

    But, speaking in Manchester today, Mr Hammond said the Northern Powerhouse is "absolutely not dead":

    Quote Message: It's front and centre of our plans for the future and it's an ongoing programme. It's not about an announcement, there will be a series of announcements going forward over many years. It's a project for decades to transform the northern economy." from Phillip Hammond Chancellor
    Phillip HammondChancellor
  11. New phase for leisure centre refurbishment

    The second phase of a £2.5m refurbishment at a North Yorkshire leisure centre is now under way.

    Hambleton Leisure Cntre

    The work, at Hambleton Leisure Centre in Northallerton, is due to take 12 weeks and includes pool maintenance and work on the changing area.

    Swimmers are being asked to use the pools at Bedale, Stokesley or Thirsk and Sowerby until the work finishes on 24 November.

  12. Man charged over string of burglaries in Doncaster

    A 27-year-old man has been charged in connection with several burglaries in Doncaster last month.

    Doncaster Magistrates

    Ashley Wilmott, of no fixed address, appeared at Doncaster Magistrates' Court on Saturday charged in connection with four burglaries between Tuesday 15 and Saturday 30 August.

    A school, bike shop and supermarket were broken into.

    He has been remanded in custody and is due to appear before Sheffield Crown Court on Friday 29 September.

  13. Video content

    Video caption: Love between Yorkshire brothers highlighted in transplant video

    The NHS have launched a campaign to encourage people to register to donate their organs with two brothers from Ossett telling their story.

  14. E-fit appeal over sexual assault on Rotherham teenager

    Do you know this man? Police want to speak to anyone who can identify him from this e-fit image as they continue their investigations into a sexual assault on a teenager in Rotherham in July.

    E-fit image

    The man grabbed a 15-year-old girl as she was walking through Droppingwell Woods, just off Droppingwell Road in the Blackburn area of the town, at about 18:00 on Wednesday 19 July.

    He's said to have grabbed her chest and face, causing scratches to her chest before the girl ran from the area and phoned police.

    Anyone with information about the assault or who can identify the man pictured is being asked to get in touch with police.

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    Severe accident: M62 West Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

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

    M62 West Yorkshire - Slow traffic on M62 eastbound between J25, A644 (Brighouse) and J26, M606 (Chain Bar), because of an accident involving lorry and car earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened.

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

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    Severe disruption: A1(M) North Yorkshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    A1(M) North Yorkshire southbound severe disruption, at J50 for A61.

    A1(M) North Yorkshire - One lane closed and slow traffic on A1(M) southbound at J50, A61 (Baldersby), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

  17. New appeal over Leeds station death

    Police have issued a fresh appeal for witnesses who may have information about the death of a man who was attacked outside Leeds railway station last week.

    Station death

    Terry Bailey, 39, who was believed to be sleeping rough, was assaulted in the early hours of 29 August and died in hospital a short time later.

    Daniel Goodall, 56, of Poplar Mount, Bramley, Leeds, and Jamie Loftus, aged 28, of no fixed address, have been charged with his manslaughter.

    Quote Message: Upon viewing CCTV a number of people who we have yet to speak to can be seen in the area. If that was you, or if you were in the area of New Station Street, outside Leeds station, just before 01:00 on Tuesday 29 August and witnessed the incident, or have other information, please contact us." from Det Ch Insp Glen Anderson British Transport Police
    Det Ch Insp Glen AndersonBritish Transport Police
  18. Aces high! Sixteen-year-old pilot wins top gliding crown

    A high-flying 16-year-old from York has taken the number one spot in the National Aerobatic Championships.

    Glider pilot Joel Hallewell competed at Advanced Level and came in first.

    He's now due to head to the World Championships next year in the Czech Republic.

    Get a taste of what the view's like from Joel's cockpit right here:

    Video content

    Video caption: A sixteen-year-old glider is crowned National Advanced Champion
  19. 'Sharp rise' in student mental illness

    BBC News Education

    Almost five times as many students as 10 years ago have disclosed a mental health condition to their university, say researchers.

    Woman looking at computer screen

    In 2015-16, more than 15,000 UK-based first-year students disclosed mental health issues, Institute of Public Policy Research (IPPR) analysis suggests.

    The 2006 figure was about 3,000 and the rise risks overwhelming university services, the IPPR says.

    At some universities one in four students is using or waiting to use counselling services, and some report dramatic increases.

    At Leeds University, the report says, there has been a 50% increase in demand during the past five years, with an 18% rise in the past 12 months alone.