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  1. East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire's top stories

    The top stories from northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire so far today include:

  2. Lincolnshire's top stories

    The top stories from Lincolnshire so far today include:

  3. Yorkshire's top stories

    The top stories from Yorkshire so far today include:

  4. Three-legged dog Missy seeks new home

    An abandoned three-legged dog from West Yorkshire is looking for a new home.

    Missy

    Heavily pregnant boxer-cross Missy was found abandoned and wandering the streets of Dalton, Huddersfield, in December, enduring bad weather with no access to food or water.

    But despite everything she'd been through she gave birth to eight healthy pups just days before Christmas.

    puppies

    The pups, all named after pantomimes, are now preparing to head off to new homes, but Missy is still waiting at the Dogs Trust in Leeds for someone to take her in.

    Quote Message: It is so tragic whenever a stray dog is found, but it was the depths of winter and she was so heavily pregnant she, and her unborn litter, were very vulnerable." from Amanda Sands Manager, Dogs Trust Leeds
    Amanda SandsManager, Dogs Trust Leeds
  5. Tonight's weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    It'll be cold and frosty overnight with light winds.

    Most places remaining dry, however a few wintry showers may continue early evening in parts:

    Weather graphic
  6. Listen: Socks appeal - Footwear helps Sheffield homeless

    Sheffield has this week been named as a Social Enterprise City, which means it's been recognised as a hotspot for the activity along with 23 other places including Auckland in New Zealand and Veneto in Italy.

    One of the city's social enterprises is doing something positive to help rough sleepers.

    The man behind it is James Beech who's set up Pair Your Socks, which benefits homeless people every time you buy socks from him:

    Video content

    Video caption: James Beech from Pair your Socks.
  7. Princess Diana's sister to open Boston car crash memorial

    Princess Diana's sister is to officially open a memorial to Lincolnshire road crash victims.

    Diana and Lady Sarah

    Lady Sarah McCorquodale (pictured right) will unveil the memorial in Boston's Westgate Woods on 21 April.

    A fundraising campaign has raised £20,000 for the memorial stone for the last two years.

  8. In pictures: Stunning images of the deep...down at The Deep

    Feeling crabby? Maybe this will cheer you up...

    Underwater crab

    These stunning images are on display at The Deep in Hull from today.

    Shark

    They are by underwater photographer Nuno Vasco Rodrigues, from Portugal.

    Fish

    His work has only been shown in the UK once before, so this is a rare chance to see the photographs for yourself.

    Don't panic, though, they are on display all year and are free to view.

  9. Keep a weather eye out in North Yorkshire

    We may have said goodbye to January, but the cold weather's not ready to leave us just yet.

    So here's a timely warning from North Yorkshire Police...

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  10. No charges after 60-year-old man seriously hurt

    An incident which saw a 60-year-old man left with serious head injuries on Lincoln High Street in the early hours of yesterday was an "unfortunate accident", police say.

    Three men had been arrested and released under suspicion of GBH after the incident which happened at about 02:30 on Thursday morning.

    But police now say the man fell over and no further action will be taken against the three men.

  11. Investigation into Driffield's derelict buildings

    Caroline Brockelbank

    BBC Local Live

    Some residents in Driffield have told me they're sick and tired of parts of the town being left derelict.

    Derelict building in Driffield

    People I've spoken to say the worst areas are behind the High Street and near the Cattle Market.

    East Riding of Yorkshire Council says it's aware of concerns about the area and the matter is being investigated by its planning enforcement team.

    Meanwhile, Tesco, which owns own much of the land, says it's planning to sell it.

  12. Leeds awards show celebrates young people

    The winners of Child Friendly Leeds, an awards show showcasing the achievements of young people in the city, have been announced.

    A winner collecting their award

    They include a tennis player who raised £5,000 for charity and community radio station Chapel FM.

    Councillor Lisa Mulherin said: "Becoming a child-friendly city is not something we, as a council, can do alone.

    "There are so many people across the city who have really taken on board what we are trying to achieve."

  13. Crackdown targets Sheffield off-road bikers

    Vehicles have been seized and warnings issued in Sheffield after a police crackdown on off-road bikes.

    off rd

    During patrols on popular trails in Thorpe Hesley, police officers found several burned-out vehicles and issued seven warnings to groups of bikers.

    Officers say anti-social behaviour linked to off-road and quad bikes is one of their priorities.

    They've seized 31 motorbikes in Sheffield in recent months.

    Quote Message: These bikes are a danger to others. They damage the environment and reduce the enjoyment of people accessing the areas for legitimate means." from Insp Chris Lewis
    Insp Chris Lewis
  14. Grimsby might be a bit safer tonight...

    Officers have been busy in Grimsby today, by the looks of it.

    This has been tweeted by Humberside Police's South Bank area commander:

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  15. Sheffield man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder

    A man from Sheffield has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder and firearms offences.

    Officers carried out three warrants in the Greenhill, Westfield and Gleadless areas earlier, following an incident on Tuesday 16 January when it was reported that shots were fired at Jiggas takeaway on Cricket Inn Road.

    The 24-year-old, from the Greenhill area of Sheffield, was also arrested following an incident in the Wybourne area on Monday.

    He has been released on bail while enquiries continue.

  16. Teenager sentenced over school stabbing

    A 16-year-old who stabbed a support worker at a school in North Lincolnshire has been detained for seven years.

    Winterton Community Academy

    Elisha Burkill attacked Joy Simon, 61, at Winterton Academy, near Scunthorpe, last September.

    Burkill was initially charged with attempted murder.

    At Hull Crown Court in December, she admitted wounding with intent and possessing a bladed article.

    Mrs Simon was seriously injured but has since recovered and was is in the court gallery today.

    Burkill will spend five years on licence following her release.

  17. Listen: 'No idea dad wasn't my biological father' - MP

    Rony Robinson

    Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    Labour's Don Valley MP Caroline Flint has been talking to me about the illegitimate children in the history of her family.

    It's ahead of a programme she's made for the BBC about the subject which will be broadcast on Saturday evening at 20:00 on BBC Radio 4.

    The MP told me about why she decided to make the show:

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    Video caption: Caroline Flint talking about her radio programme on illegitimate children.
  18. Rhinos team in landmark disability rugby league match

    William Rose

    BBC Yorkshire Live

    A Leeds Rhinos team will take part in the UK's first ever physical disability rugby league match this weekend.

    Leeds Rhinos Physical Disability team training

    They will take on Warrington Wolves on Sunday, with presenter of TV's The Last Leg, Adam Hills, playing for Warrington while his co-presenter Alex Brooker will play for Leeds.

    Brooker said: "I'll be telling my teammates to target Adam Hills. That's what I am there for, I'm there to see him close up and to watch him taken out."

  19. Woman to face trial over Boxing Day death

    A woman has denied murdering a 72-year-old man who was found dead at his home in Doncaster on Boxing Day.

    Michael Eaton

    The body of Michael Eaton was discovered at a flat in Low Road, Balby.

    A post-mortem examination revealed Mr Eaton (pictured) had been repeatedly stabbed and beaten.

    Lindsey Fletcher, 38, pleaded not guilty to murder at Sheffield Crown Court.

    She has been remanded in custody ahead of a trial set for 11 June.

  20. CCTV installed to protect Hull's Banksy

    It's been a busy week for Banksy watchers in Hull, with one definite discovery of a new work by the world-famous graffiti artist and two more found in the city which may - or may not - be his work.

    But it now looks as if a CCTV camera has now been installed at the site of the genuine article on Scott Street, Wincolmlee:

    CCTV camera

    The original graffiti by the artist has been protected with perspex after it was defaced shortly after its discovery.

    Banksy graffiti in Hull