That's all for today folks - thanks for being with us. I'm back again with our BBC Local Live service on Wednesday morning at 07:00.
In the meantime, here are five things we didn't know about North Yorkshire when we climbed out of bed this morning:
- At least two North Yorkshire MPs have had death threats. A BBC investigation shows almost one in four MPs across Yorkshire have received similar abuse.
- York Outer MP Julian Sturdy is trying to gather support for the duelling of the northern part of the outer ring-road, the A1237, by discussing the city's traffic and congestion problems in Westminster today.
- Putting your green bin out in Hambleton is going to hit you in the pocket after councillors announce they'll be charging households £35 per year, per bin.
- Hambleton District Council looks set to progress with plans for a huge new sports village.
- Fingers are crossed in Malton for the Palace Cinema, as they could soon be an award-winning picturehouse, after being shortlisted for the Screen Awards Cinema of the Year
We'll meet again tomorrow. See you then!