Those are all the updates from Wednesday 26 April.
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M1 West Yorkshire northbound severe disruption, between J41 for A650 and J42 for M62.
M1 West Yorkshire - One lane closed on M1 northbound between J41, A650 (Carrgate) and J42, M62 (Lofthouse), because of a broken down vehicle.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
A Ryedale village which went on sale last year for £20m has been sold.
Norfolk-based farming and property investment company Albanwise is due to complete the deal to buy West Heslerton, near Malton, on Friday.
It went on sale after the death of the estate's owner - it had been in the same family for more than 150 years.
The company has already held a meeting with villagers.
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:
See you tomorrow.
It required dozens of volunteers in the village to take the maypole down safely.
A 24-hour rail strike on Northern services will go ahead after talks failed to resolve a dispute over the role of guards.
A row between the RMT union and Arriva Rail North over plans for driver-only-operated trains has already led to one strike, at one stage this week the strike looked like being lifted.
RMT general secretary Mick Cash said: "The responsibility for the inevitable disruption lies wholly with the company" and that Arriva Trains North were trying to "bulldoze through" plans.
But Richard Allan from Arriva Rail North said “It is hugely disappointing that RMT is making demands rather than working with us. We urge them to get back around the table.”
M62 West Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, between J27 for M621 and J28 for A650.
M62 West Yorkshire - Queuing traffic on M62 eastbound between J27, M621 (Gildersome) and J28, A650 (Tingley), because of a vehicle fire and a rolling road-block.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
M62 West Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, between J29 for M1 and J30 for A642.
M62 West Yorkshire - One lane closed and slow traffic on M62 eastbound between J29, M1 (Lofthouse) and J30, A642 (Rothwell), because of a broken down vehicle.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
An employment agency based in West Yorkshire says it's going into administration.
Transline, which is based in Brighouse had supplied temporary workers to Sports Direct's warehouse in Derbyshire.
It also recently lost a contract with Amazon. The company announced it is in administration in Leeds today.
A teenage girl has been attacked and raped in Doncaster last night.
The attack happened in the Balby area of the town at about 19:40.
The 16-year-old was walking along Regent Street when she was approached by a man. He attacked her and then he ran off from the area.
Detectives say that they don't have a description, but that "officers are working with the girl to obtain one".
The girl and her family are being supported by our specially-trained officers and we have a number of resources investigating this incident."
The Dolly Parton Imagination Library scheme is coming to the Airedale Library in Castleford near Wakefield.
People who register will be sent one age-appropriate book each month by post, right up until their child’s fifth birthday.
Babies born after the 1 September 2016 can be signed up for the scheme and those that attend the library on 3 May will get a free Peter Rabbit book.
The scheme originally launched in Parton's home county of Sevier, Tennessee in 1996.
It now runs in the US, Canada, Australia as well as the UK.
A charity shop worker who found a prayer book containing a personalised wartime love poem is appealing for help to reunite it with the family.
The book belonged to a couple in Ryedale, North Yorkshire, and turned up nearly 300 miles away at a charity shop in West Sussex.
Shop worker Julie Angell said she wanted to reunite it with the couple's living relatives.
The book was given to Nancy Harrison by her husband Jim while he was serving in North Africa in 1943.
A hand-written message reads: "With love to Nancy, in remembrance of our wedding day, 14th September 1938."
A fresh appeal has begun in to the disappearance of 22-year-old woman and her three-year-old daughter.
Besfortha Bharaj and her daughter Elia were last seen on Thursday 20 April in the Shirecliffe area of Sheffield at noon.
This new photograph has been published by South Yorkshire Police anyone with information is being asked to call 101 and incident number 1193.
An 18-year-old burglary suspect who was involved in a crash in West Yorkshire was arrested after the stolen car he was driving was involved in an accident.
The incident happened last night when the police were called to a crash at Leeds' Outer Ring Road at West Park.
The car had been stolen from the Keighley area and an off-duty police officer was first on the scene and managed to catch the man who was behind the wheel.
The 18-year-old was arrested on suspicion of taking a vehicle without consent and burglary. He has been released as investigations continue.
Former Bradford East MP David Ward has been sacked as a Lib Dem general election candidate, party leader Tim Farron says.
Mr Ward, who planned to stand in his former constituency, caused controversy in 2013 when he accused "the Jews" of atrocities against Palestinians.
His party membership has been suspended and an independent panel will carry out an investigation after the election.
Mr Ward expressed "sadness" over his sacking and denied being anti-Semitic.
I believe in a politics that is open, tolerant and united."
Political Reporter, BBC Radio Sheffield
The Green Party is in Sheffield making a manifesto commitment to scrap tuition fees, reinstate educational maintenance grants and guarantee funding for universities after Brexit.
The party's former leader, Natalie Bennett, will contest the seat in the Sheffield Central constituency.
Speaking outside the University of Sheffield, deputy leader Amelia Womack outlined the party pledges and said corporations and businesses should stump up the money for the policies.
The Conservative Party, The Labour Party, The Liberal Democrats and UK Independence Party are also set to launch their manifestos soon.
Towns across North Yorkshire are putting together the final preparations for the Tour de Yorkshire, with little more than 48-hours to go until it begins.
Pateley Bridge is one of them - the flags are flying and the bunting is up as the town gets ready.
Residents and businesses along the High Street are preparing to welcome both the women's and men's races.
Former Leeds Beckett University student Scott Thwaites will be competing in his first Tour de Yorkshire race this weekend.
Scott is part of Team Dimension Data and will take part in the three-day event which starts on Friday.
Scott, who grew up at Burley in Wharfedale, graduated with a BSc (Hons) degree in Sports and Exercise Science from Leeds Beckett in 2011.
At the time he was on the British Cycling Team. He is now with top level Team Dimension Data.
Ex-MP David Ward has been sacked as a Lib Dem general election candidate, party leader Tim Farron says.
Mr Ward, who planned to stand in Bradford East - the seat he lost in the last election - caused controversy in 2013 when he accused "the Jews" of atrocities against Palestinians.
His party membership is suspended and an independent panel will investigate him fully after the election.
You might have to watch where you walk at the Sheffield General Cemetery this afternoon if the picture below is anything to go by.
The local wildlife are taking advantage of some spring shadows to sneak a shortcut:
There's just hours to go before this year's Tour de Yorkshire which could be one of the toughest yet.
Here's my guide to the best places to watch the action:
All my recommendations are on stage three of the event, which will revisit roads used in the 2014 Tour de France.
Shibden Wall: This is a rare chance to see even some of the world's elite cyclists struggle as they tackle this cobbled piece of Yorkshire territory.
Bradford City Park: You really have to see the start of a stage, and my pick is Bradford.
Before they set off you see so much, like all of their kit and you might even get to speak to some of the riders.
Finish circuit at Fox Valley: Having said that though, the finish to Stage Three will be spectacular!
Expect drama and plenty of thrills and spills the finish will be a fitting denouement to Yorkshire's own professional cycling race.
A man's been jailed for possessing and distributing indecent photographs of children after an investigation by North Yorkshire Police.
Jamie Lock, 21, from Harbour Walk, Hartlepool - but living in Tockwith, near York at the time of his arrest - was jailed for a total of 18 months following a trial at York Crown Court.
Lock admitted making and possessing hundreds of indecent photographs of children, including 58 still images and 61 moving images of category A, the most serious classification.
He denied distributing indecent photographs of children, but was found guilty after a four-day trial.
The court heard he'd been selling the images online.
He will be put on the sex offenders register for 10-years, and be subject to an indefinite sexual harm prevention order.
Theresa May is being urged to come up with a "special deal" for Nestle, after the firm announced plans to cut more than 150 jobs in York.
The confectionary giant is moving production of its Blue Riband chocolate biscuit to a factory in Poland, with a loss of almost 300 jobs in the UK.
Rachael Maskell, the Labour MP for York Central, pleaded for help at the final Prime Minister's Questions before the general election.
The Prime Minister didn't say anything about a "special deal," but did say the business secretary is meeting Nestle executives today.
Warning - the following video may cause a strong urge to eat cake!Every town wants to be known for something when it comes to the Tour de Yorkshire.
Here's Penistone's effort, courtesy of Karen Tyas from Café Creme. It's going to be donated to the local church tomorrow:
A week ago we told you about the need for a very special actor wanted to take a "lead" role at York's Theatre Royal.
The Theatre needed a dog to play the role of Sancho, a farm dog, in a new adaptation of Anne Bronte's Tenant of Wildfell Hall, but any possible candidates were shy in coming forward - taking "paws" for thought perhaps .. (sorry).
The good news is that following our highlighting of the dilemma not one but two pooches have been found.
Lucy and Pip are brother and sister, four and eight-years-old and live on a sheep farm in the Northern Pennines.
Both come from a family of film and TV dogs with credits including TV drama's Victoria, and Beowulf.
Apparentely Pip (right) is the elder brother always wanting to please and Lucy is the naughty little sister who gets away with loads!
The doggy-duo took to the stage for the first time today when rehearsals began and will take turns performing in the play.
Huddersfield Town head coach David Wagner praised the club's "unbelievable achievement" in reaching the Championship play-offs.
The Terriers beat Wolves 1-0 on Tuesday to confirm their place in the top six with two games to go.
Town have not played in the top flight of English football since 1972.
"The fans were desperate for something special and something extraordinary. I'm absolutely proud and delighted," he told BBC Radio Leeds.
It's just two days until the Tour de Yorkshire 2017 kicks off on the region's roads, with some of the biggest names in cycling taking part.
In the previous two years, apart from a small televisual glitch last year, it's been a great showcase to the world of how beautiful our part of the world is.
Millions of people have flocked to our region to take in the atmosphere, but if the race doesn't pass your front door, where's the best place to watch?
Breakfast presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield
One of my guests this morning has had quite a year.
Last Summer, Alan Ford from Barnsley was taking part in the Northumberland Coastal Race when he had a heart attack.
He effectively died for 10 minutes.
But now some great news: Not only did Alan make a full recovery, but this weekend he completed the London Marathon.
Before revealing his time (spoiler alert: it's quick), Alan told us what he remembered about the incident last year:
Traffic around York Station has returned to normal following road closures there this morning.
Police cordoned off Queens Street and Station Road after it's understood a man fell from the clock outside the station.
The air ambulance landed at a nearby hotel car park and the man was taken to hospital.
Officers are not treating the incident as suspicious and they don't think anybody else was involved.
If you're in Leeds you may have seen this big plume of smoke this morning:
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue say a derelict pub was "well alight" on Ellerby Road in Cross Green.
Four fire engines were there to put out the blaze, which was at the Cavalier Inn.
A man's been arrested this morning after a collision involving a car and a pedestrian at an out-of-town shopping centre near York.
Officers were called to Jockey Lane following the incident in the car park of the Asda supermarket.
It happened at about 09:25.
Ambulance crews also attended the scene and treated the pedestrian, a woman in her 60s, for injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the incident or the events surrounding it is asked to contact police.
Two men are being hunted after they tried to rob a phone shop in Huddersfield.
The thieves left empty-handed after they went into the shop, threatened staff and demanded they hand over phones on Monday afternoon.
Police say they want to speak to witnesses as the attack happened on Bradford Road in Fartown at a busy time.
The incident took place on a busy road at a peak time, I am certain that someone will have seen the suspects."
BBC News Online
Police are growing concerned over the whereabouts of a 20-year-old woman from Dronfield.
Jenessa White was last seen on Friday, 21 April. She has links to Derby and Sheffield.