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- Teenager pleads guilty to killing seven-year-old Katie Rough.
- Leeds family 'heartbroken' over teenager's death in Manchester attack
- Cladding on Halifax high rise flats fails government fire safety tests
- Drugs are an 'underlying issue' at Sheffield Student Union, police say
- Fracking could begin in North Yorkshire in September
- Man seriously hurt in two-car collision in Doncaster
- Updates on Monday 3 July 2017
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That's all from the team today, but remember that live news, sport and travel updates for Yorkshire will continue right here throughout the evening and overnight.
We'll be back from 06:30 on Tuesday with all the latest from where you live.
In the meantime, here are some of the top stories across Yorkshire today:
- A teenage girl has admitted killing seven-year-old Katie Rough in York
- The family of Manchester terror victim Sorrell Leczkowski, 14, from Leeds, have spoken of their heartbreak on the day of her funeral
- West Yorkshire Police officers are being asked if they want to carry guns
- Oscar winner Dame Judi Dench wants you to go see her teddy bears in York
- And could this year's Big Brother winner be from Castleford?
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York's Micklegate has been transformed by a "yarn storm".
The old Roman road into the city has taken on a very woolly look in a textile transformation.
One of the people behind it is 10-year-old Daisy, who has a very special reason to get involved:
Two prominent female politicians are due to offer an insight into life at Westminster later.
Former acting leader of the opposition Harriet Harman and Leeds Labour MP Rachel Reeves will be speaking at The Bradford Literature Festival.
They'll both be talking about women's roles in British politics and how it has changed over the years.
Harriet Harman was elected as a Labour MP in 1982 to a House of Commons which was 97% male and since then, she has been a fierce champion of women’s rights.
Rachel Reeves is only the second woman after Alice Bacon to represent Leeds as an MP.
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One of the best featherweight boxers in the world will be talking about his successes in the ring at The Great Yorkshire Show.
Leeds lad and WBC International Champion, Josh Warrington, has been announced as one of the special guests at the three-day event.
He'll be talking about his life and career so far and is one of the special guests showcasing the very best of Yorkshire.
UCI world bike trials champion Jack Carthy, from Haworth, will also be wowing the crowd with his amazing stunts and there’ll also be a rare chance for people to get their picture taken with the Rugby League Challenge Cup.
A woman has been arrested after a burglary at a York community cafe.
The incident, at the Chill Cafe in Acomb, happened in the early hours of Saturday morning when a small amount of cash was stolen.
The woman was arrested on suspicion of burglary, possessing Class B drugs and assaulting a police officer.
She remains in custody.
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Ex-Coronation Street actress Tracy Brabin is among Labour MPs to have been given frontbench jobs by Jeremy Corbyn.
The Batley and Spen Labour MP becomes a shadow education minister, with responsibility for early years provision.
The MP, who first won her seat at the by-election in October 2016 following the murder of Jo Cox, has congratulated other politicians chosen by the Labour leader as new frontbenchers:
Concerns are growing for the welfare of a 12-year-old girl from Bradford who's been missing from her home since Sunday.
Vanessa Sugarova, who's from Great Horton, was last seen at her home address at about 18:00 on Sunday and was reported missing late last night after she failed to return home.
She's described as white and about 5ft tall and is said to have left the house in the clothing she is wearing in the picture above.
Police and her family are concerned for her welfare due to her age and anyone with information about her whereabouts is being asked to come forward.
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A fight to save one of the rarest grassland sites in the UK is under way in North Yorkshire as the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust tries to raise £175,000.
Ashes Pasture (pictured) is nestled between the iconic peaks of Pen-y-Ghent and Ingleborough in the Yorkshire Dales.
The trust has secured a loan to buy the land, but that needs to be paid back. In the first few days of its appeal it's already raised £17,000.
In the next few weeks, the grassland will be dotted with orchids and other flowering plants as well as buzzing bees.
The area is also an important breeding ground for birds such as curlews (pictured) and meadow pipits. Sometimes you might event spot black grouse.
A teenager from Barnsley has been charged with a total of 11 offences, including assault and burglary.
The 14-year-old boy has been charged with aggravated vehicle taking without consent, assault and burglary.
He's also been charged with three counts of driving while disqualified and three counts of driving without insurance.
The boy, who lives in west Barnsley, and who cannot be named for legal reasons, is also charged with failing to stop at a collision and failing to report a collision.
The charges relate to incidents all within Barnsley between May and June this year.
A man from Hull has been arrested in connection with the theft of a cash machine from a shop in North Yorkshire, last week.
The 44-year-old man was arrested on Sunday night over the theft which took place at the Co-operative store in Hunmanby, near Filey, on Friday.
The stolen cash machine has been recovered from the village of Burton Fleming, in East Yorkshire, along with a stolen white Tata pick-up, police say.
The arrested man has been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Anyone with more information about the theft is being asked to contact police.
Members of the family of one of the Leeds victims of the Manchester terror attack say they've been left "heartbroken" by her death.
Sorrell Leczkowski, from Adel, was among those who died when a suicide bomber attacked concertgoers at the Manchester Arena last month.
On the day of her funeral, members of Sorrell's family have issued a statement thanking everyone who has supported them.
In the statement they say: "Sorrell will always be remembered for her love of life and her hopes and dreams for the future.
"Our hearts are broken but the love and thoughts of so many people from the local community and beyond is thoughtful and extremely comforting.
"Sorrell was only 14, but she was our rock, she kept us all grounded. She was such a clever, talented, creative girl, there was nothing she couldn’t do."
Police are appealing for information after a pedestrian was left seriously hurt after being hit by a car in Brighouse last month.
It happened at about 16:55 on Thursday 22 June when the 57-year-old man was hit by a white Mercedes A-class car on Highfield Avenue, Bailiff Bridge.
The driver of the Mercedes remained at the scene.
Enquiries are continuing and anyone who was in the area around the time of the collision and witnessed what took place is asked to contact police.
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Plans to develop a new mental health hospital in the Harrogate area have been put on hold because of financial pressures.
The decision has been made by Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys Trust, which runs mental health services for the area, and NHS Harrogate and Rural District Clinical Commissioning Group.
A full review of options for developing a mental health service for adults and older people is going to be carried out before any discussions about a new hospital take place.
Bradford Coroner's Office is appealing for relatives of Colin Jefferies to get in touch.
Mr Jefferies, who was 72, passed away at his home address in Romford Court, Bradford on 28 June.
He died of natural causes.
Anyone with information is asked to contact Malcolm Dyson at the Coroner’s Office on 01274 373719.
York's racecourse hosted Olly Murs after racing on Saturday.
More than 38,000 people watched him perform. Were you one of them? Olly's back in North Yorkshire on Sunday as he returns to Scarborough's Open Air Theatre.
Olly's back in North Yorkshire on Sunday as he returns to Scarborough's Open Air Theatre.
This trouble erupted on John William Street close to McDonald’s at 4.20 am on Sunday and men can be seen squaring up to one another before the fight starts.
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Police in Doncaster who're investigating an attempted burglary in the Balby area are trying to find this man.
It's after a resident in Westbourne Gardens was woken up between 02:30 and 03:30 last Monday, to find a man reaching into an open window.
When they screamed, the man ran off.
Police are reminding people to keep their windows and doors closed and locked overnight.
One to watch out for if you're driving around Wakefield.
It seems there are more than just cars on the roads...
Keep an eye out for our woolly friends who've escaped on to the road near Newmillerdam:
A clinical trial looking at how Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) could help breast cancer patients reduce the impact of hot flushes is to begin in York.
Common side-effects of breast cancer treatment are hot flushes and night sweats. HRT, which is normally used to treat them, can't be used for anyone on chemotherapy or anti-hormone drugs.
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of six hospitals taking part in the trial which is being funded by Breast Cancer Now.
The researchers will evaluate the impact of CBT on the women’s hot flushes and night sweats after 26 weeks. In addition, group CBT sessions will be recorded and analysed by independent psychologists, to assess its effectiveness when delivered by breast cancer nurses.
If you're being treated for Breast Cancer you can ask to be considered to take part in the trial.
BBC Radio Sheffield News
Pupils at Norton Infants in Doncaster are putting most of us to shame, by running a mile around the playground each day this week.
It's part of a scheme called The Daily Mile which aims to reduce childhood obesity.
A certain runner from Rotherham made a guest appearance today, too...
BBC Local Live, Leeds
Police officers in West Yorkshire will be asked by the Police Federation if they'd like to carry a Taser or a gun.
Its part of a survey launched by West Yorkshire Police Federation to see if they would be willing to carry a sidearm or carry a Taser with the aim of keeping both themselves and the public safer.
The survey gives rank and file officers the opportunity to have their views heard and will also ask them how they think policing would change if they were armed.
The survey of West Yorkshire Police officers runs until the end of July. At the same time, the Federation is also asking the public for their views on the subject.
This all feeds in our ongoing work to #ProtectTheProtectors – it’s about police officer safety, colleagues being able to protect themselves and thus be in a better position to protect the public."
A man's been left with life-threatening injuries after a collision between two cars in Doncaster on Sunday evening.
The collision, between a Skoke Fabia and a silver Ford Ka, happened at about 19:30 yesterday on the A6182 Great Yorkshire Way.
An 86-year-old man travelling as a passenger in the Skoda suffered life-threatening injuries and was taken to hospital where he remains.
The driver of the Skoda, a 42-year-old man, and the driver of the Ford, a 42-year-old man, both suffered minor injuries.
Anyone who witnessed the crash is being asked to contact police.
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The 22-year-old star has been installed as 7/2 to win the Channel 5 programme, with only Chanelle McCleary getting shorter odds at 3/1.
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West Yorkshire Police say claims of an acid attack in Bradford are rumour and that no such incident has occured.
It comes after two people in London were left with "life-changing" injuries when a corrosive substance was thrown at them through car windows. The incident is now being treated as a hate crime.
The number of acid attacks in London has risen sharply in the past four years. Since 2010 there have been more than 1,800 reports of attacks involving corrosive fluids in the capital.
The rumour in Bradford was highlighted by a team of officers who work with primary school children across the district and support vulneranble members of the community.
A teenage boy is critically ill in hospital following a serious assault at a party in North Yorkshire.
The 15-year-old was assaulted in Swainby, near Stokesley, on Friday night.
North Yorkshire Police said two people have been arrested in connection with the incident and released under investigation while enquiries continue.
Anyone who was at the party at the time, or who saw an altercation between a group of 14 to 15-year-olds, is asked to contact 101.