The top stories from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire include:
Our top stories from across Lincolnshire today include:
- Health managers agree to keep Pilgrim's children's ward open until August
- A Grimsby couple jailed for manslaughter of homeless man
- Fish larvae is released into River Witham to help it recover from a pollution incident
- Cleethorpes coastguard rescues bus stranded on beach
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Don't forget there's more industrial action on Northern trains tomorrow:
United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust has decided to retain children's services at Boston Pilgrim hospital as they are until 1 August.
The short-term closure of the children's ward has been one option the trust has considered because of a shortage of medical staff:
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A road in Whitby has been closed after a sightseeing bus clipped some scaffolding:Copyright: North Yorkshire Police
It happened on Haggersgate earlier this afternoon.
Police say there is no access to Pier Road and are telling people to avoid the area.
Tonight will see extensive cloud and possible mist or fog, and there will be the chance of a few showers for a time.
A few clear spells will develop later.Copyright: BBC
More on the man from Halifax who has been found guilty of murdering his wife in a "brutal attack" at the family home.Copyright: West Yorkshire Police
Zbigniew Lasek, 36 of Solstice Way, Illingworth, Halifax stabbed his wife, Monika, to death last November.
During the trial the jury heard about his threats towards his wife.
Judge Hatton said it had been a "particularly brutal attack with a large and sharp knife" that was used to inflict a considerable number of injuries.
He said some of the injuries had been inflicted as Mrs Lasek lay on the floor already seriously hurt.
"No doubt in shocking pain," Judge Hatton added.
He told Lasek he would serve a minimum of 24 years in prison.
Hull Trains have defended services after figures revealed they're the worst rail company for punctuality in Great Britain.Copyright: BBC
The company admitted customers have been affected by "a number of unrelated operational incidents" was due to the performance of the company’s trains and other incidents such as "weather and trespass".
A spokesperson said statistics demonstrated "similar peaks and troughs in services across a number of train operating companies".
Hull Trains added it had "one of the strongest records of 100% daily service delivery" and that it was investing £60m in new trains.
Apart from the odd shower, tonight will be mostly dry with low cloud and mist or fog.Copyright: BBC
After the murder of a 15 year-old boy in Sheffield last night, people living nearby have been giving their reaction.
The teenager was stabbed on Lowedges Road at about 20:00 on Thursday evening and died in hospital shortly afterwards.
A 15-year-old boy has been arrested and remains in police custody.
The area's been sealed off behind a police cordon and there's been major traffic disruption nearby.
This is what people in the area have been saying:
A pro-European group is hosting an event in Spalding tonight, where voters recorded one of the highest votes to leave the European Union.Copyright: The Brexit Debate
The European Movement debate will be led by MP Ken Clarke the President of the European Movement East Midlands.
Organisers say they hope it will give people who voted remain a chance to have their voices heard.
There's been major disruption on the trains this afternoon after all services were suspended because of a police incident at Doncaster.
Trains are starting to move again but Northern and Hull Trains are experiencing delays of around an hour.
Virgin East Coast have also been affected.
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Some good news for people trying to get round Leeds this afternoon, but queues and delays are expected to continue for sometime after a police incident earlier:
A York man has been left with hand injuries after he tried to defend his cat against a dog attack.Copyright: North Yorkshire Police
It happened in New Earswick on Sunday 13 May when the dog, which wasn't on a lead. started to attack his cat.
Eight-year-old Walnut died after the cat’s owner, a 19 year-old man, desperately tried to get his pet out of the dog's mouth.
He was left with injuries to both of his hands and had to go to hospital.
North Yorkshire Police say they're looking for the dog's owner - who is described as a white man in his early 30s, around 5 ft 8ins to ft tall, wearing a dark green or black parka.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund is playing in the first round at the French Open tennis on Sunday.Copyright: PA
The British number one will face unseeded Australian Alex De Minaur in Paris.
In his last grand slam tournament in January, Edmund made it through the semi-final of the Australian Open before being beaten by Marin Cilic.
It's a church that's never short of visitors but Boston Stump is welcoming six very important guests.
A family of peregrine falcons, including four chicks, have settled in the tower:Copyright: BBCCopyright: BBC
Cost-cutting shift patterns for South Yorkshire firefighters have been ruled unlawful by a High Court judge.Copyright: SYFR
The four day and night shift pattern could have seen some firefighters being on 96 hours of continuous duty, with nights spent in their stations waiting for calls.
The shifts were introduced to cut costs at four Barnsley stations and would have saved the South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority £1.6m a year.
The Fire Brigades Union took the plans to High Court and Mr Justice Kerr decided they did breach EU working time regulations - as they did not guarantee sufficient breaks.Quote Message: The respite periods of one hour or more available after post-midnight callouts are not a complete break from the work environment. The employee is not able to stop work, go home, relax, forget about work or pursue his own interests." from Mr Justice Kerr High Court judge
Hull Trains has recorded its worst set of punctuality figures in more than ten years, it means it is the worst performing operator in Great Britain.Copyright: BBC
According to figures from the Office of Rail and Road, only two thirds of its services ran on time in the last four months.
Today Hull trains have again had to cancel or alter more than half of their services because one of their trains has broken down.
Hull Trains have faced severe delays and disruptions to their services over the last few months due to damage to their fleet.