Those are all our updates from across Yorkshire on Monday 29 August 2017.
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A650 West Yorkshire westbound severe disruption, between M62 J28 and M62 J27.
A650 West Yorkshire - Lane closed and very slow traffic on A650 westbound in East Ardsley between Tingley and Gildersome, because of a vehicle fire.
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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.
The organisers of the Leeds West Indian Carnival say a record number of people turned out for this years' event.
They say over 200,000 people were at the 50th birthday parade and party in Potternewton Park - last year's estimated attendance was 160,000.
We're not sure on the figures for jerk chicken consumed - but it was probably a lot.
BBC Radio Sheffield
I'm currently in Rotherham where South Yorkshire Police have arrested three people on suspicion of murder after a man's body was found at a flat in the town.
Emergency services were called to Badsley Moor Lane in Herringthorpe just after midnight following the discovery of the body of a 43-year-old man.
BBC Radio Sheffield
A team of chefs from a Sheffield hotel have been cooking up a storm for a local charity which supports homeless, vulnerable and socially excluded adults across the city.
Chefs from the 18Fifty5 restaurant at the Copthorne Hotel Sheffield are providing lunches for St Wilfrid’s Centre,Queen’s Road in Sheffield, for a week while the charity’s chef takes a holiday from her busy role.
The team is preparing all the food in the kitchen at the hotel, which is then being delivered daily for the clients to eat.
We are so thankful to the chefs at Copthorne for offering up this lovely food to our clients, ensuring that they still get a hot, healthy meal. The food has gone down an absolute treat!”
Hundreds of people have signed an online petition urging council planners to change their minds about rejecting changes for a shop in Kirklees.
Neil Kapusi, from Mirfield, wants to have the front of his Ushiwear shop re-clad with wood, but the council says the design would compromise the wider street scene, because it wouldn't be in-keeping with the surrounding area.
Within 24-hours 500 people had signed a petition supporting Neil.
He says he's been surprised and delighted by the support his cladding idea has received.
Bradford racer Dean Harrison claimed victory in the showpiece Superbike Classic TT in a new race record at the Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling.
The Silicone Engineering Kawasaki rider finished 16.048 seconds ahead of Bruce Anstey, who won Saturday's Lightweight race and set a new lap record.
Harrison, 28, said he was "chuffed to win".
Harrison placed sixth in the Junior Classic before his later victory in the Superbike event - both held on the TT course.
A man has been injured after a shooting in Leeds in the early hours of yesterday morning - another man has been arrested.
It happened in Chapeltown at about 02:20 on Cowper Street when a gun was fired.
A 35-year-old man was taken to hospital with an injury to his arm and police say they have arrested a 20-year-old man in connection with the shooting.
I would like to appeal to members of the public to come forward with any information about this incident.
M1 South Yorkshire southbound severe accident, at J33 for A630 Catcliffe.
M1 South Yorkshire - Very slow traffic on M1 southbound at J33, A630 (Catcliffe), because of an accident involving lorry and a car earlier on. All lanes have been re-opened.
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Police say threats of acid attacks on Muslims in Bradford are being treated as hate crimes.
Anonymous letters have been found circulating in the Hanover Square area of the city, saying that women who wear burkas will be targeted.
Police say they are trying to find out who's behind the letters and have increased patrols in the area.
A spokesperson said "The incident is being treated as a hate crime and being taken extremely seriously".
Go about your business because we do not cower to threats because that's not what we do as British people."
South Yorkshire Police officers investigating an incident in which an elderly woman was conned out of her bank card have released CCTV images of a man they would like to trace.
The incident took place at about 13:00 on Friday 4 August when an 80-year-old woman received a phone call from someone who claimed to be from the fraud department of her bank.
She was asked to give bank details over the phone, before someone later came to her house to collect the card.
It was then used at the Meadowhall shopping centre several times, with the transactions amounting to £3,200.
Any information you have on this can be passed onto the force via 101.
If you are ever concerned about who is calling you, always ask for full details and if you aren’t sure, speak to a relative, Citizens Advice or the police.
A former clergyman has admitted a series sex abuse offences against underage girls in Lincolnshire.
John Bailey, 76, from Kippax, Leeds, admitted 25 charges of indecent assault on girls under the age of 14.
Six of the charges involved a victim who was sexually abused between March 1955 and March 1959.
A further 18 charges related to a second victim between February 1974 and February 1982.
The final charge was for sexually abusing a third girl between January 1979 and January 1982.
Journalist, BBC Look North
Apprentices have started at Hitachi’s newly built £80m depot in Doncaster as part of a national training programme today.
The site in the town will receive four trainees each year, with the new recruits attending the National Training Academy, as well as Doncaster College as they start to study for their Level 3 in Railway Engineering.
Jamie Gains is on the scheme and told me why he wants to work in the rail industry:
BBC Radio Sheffield
South Yorkshire Police are asking witnesses to come forward after a motorcyclist suffered life-threatening injuries when he crashed into a tree during the bank holiday weekend.
It happened at about 14:25 on Sunday afternoon on Rivelin Valley Road near Hillsborough in Sheffield.
The 39-year-old man has been taken to hospital where he remains in a serious condition and any information can be passed on to the force via 101.
Leeds Festival came to a triumphant end over the weekend, but as usual there's just a very small clean-up job to do afterwards:
This picture of the tents and general rubbish was taken right in front of a sign that it seems was largley ignored.
It says "Please keep the site clean by using the many recycling points and litter bins provided".
At least they tried.
A patient who has spent his entire life being treated by doctors in Sheffield has raised thousands for the Sheffield Hospitals Charity to buy equipment to boost the care of fellow kidney patients.
Sam Blackburn (pictured centre), 32, from Killamarsh is currently recovering from a second kidney transplant.
As a thank you for his continued treatment Sam decided to raise funds for smart TVs to be installed throughout the renal department at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital.
In total he's raised £6,500 to help fund the televisions which will not only provide entertainment to patients during stays, but will also improve the information available to them about their stay.
The TVs mean there's always something to watch and keep patients entertained. Staff also have the ability to provide patient information messages via an on screen news ticker. I’m pleased I’ve been able to raise funds to make a real difference to others at the Renal Department.”
A man has been airlifted to hospital after a gun was fired this lunchtime in Dewsbury.
It happened on Ravenshouse Road just after 13:00. A man in his twenties was injured and police are still at the scene.
Protesters from North Yorkshire and Lancashire say they will stand united against fracking in both counties.
The technique of drilling for shale gas could be happening in both areas by the end of the year.
In North Yorkshire, Third Energy, wants to frack at a site near Kirby Misperton in Ryedale.
But anti-fracking campaigners argue it can cause environmental damage, and that it is distracting energy firms and governments from investing in renewable sources of energy.
Mark Lapping is from Cuadrilla, the company behind the Lancashire site, he believes they'll win over their critics when they start fracking:
A man has been shot in Dewsbury this lunchtime.
Police say they were called to Ravenshouse Road just after 13:00 following reports of gunshots.
Officers say they found an injured man in his twenties who was airlifted to hospital.
There is a police cordon in place and officers say that their "enquiries remain ongoing" and that the shooting is not linked to an earlier incident at Dewsbury police station.
Two Iron Age skeletons uncovered beside the A1 near Leeds are to go on display in the city for the first time.
The 2,000-year-old bones lay side by side under land near Bramham, said Leeds City Museum.
Once the location of a late Iron Age settlement, Wattle Syke was the resting place of a man, aged about 25 to 35, and a woman over 45.
They were found buried together in archaeological excavations during 2007 and 2008.
In all, a dozen skeletons are to be displayed. The other Yorkshire remains include a soldier discovered in a mass grave near the site of the Battle of Towton in 1461 during the Wars of the Roses.
Also part of the exhibition are the remains of a medieval female religious hermit from the Church of All Saints in Fishergate, York.
I've heard of wedding shackles but it looks like this bride took it a step further!
BBC News Travel
We're getting reports of a police incident in Dewsbury this lunchtime.
It's happening on Low Road in both directions between Beckett Lane and Pilgrim Avenue.
An Air Ambulance has been in attendance and police officers remain on scene.
We'll bring you more as we get it.
A man who died after being found injured outside Leeds railway station this morning sparking a murder inquiry was homeless, police have confirmed this lunchtime.
Police have named the dead man as 39-year-old Terry Bailey, who is known to have been a rough sleeper, but who also lived in the South Leeds area.
Officers say he was known to them as a "street drinker" and was sleeping rough near the Queens Hotel.
Two men have been arrested on suspicion of murder,
The number of people who smoke in Leeds is at a new low, according to new figures released today.
The latest figures show that since 2004 there are almost 59,000 fewer smokers in the city.
Thirteen years ago 30% of the city lit up, but now just 17.8% smoke.
Everyone who has managed to stop smoking deserves congratulations as smoking continues to cost lives."
Four people from Teesside were taken to hospital for treatment after a serious collision in North Yorkshire on Bank Holiday Monday.
The crash happened at about 14:30 when a blue Ford Fiesta travelling along the B6265 from Pateley Bridge towards Ripon left the road and hit a tree near the G&T Ice Cream Parlour at Risplith.
A 28-year-old man was taken to hospital by air ambulance suffering from serious injuries to his abdomen.
The other three occupants of the car, a man and two women, were taken to Harrogate District Hospital where two of them remain in a serious condition.
The road was closed for several hours while police carried out investigations at the scene.
Anyone who witnessed the crash, or who saw the Ford Fiesta before the incident, is being asked to contact North Yorkshire Police.
Three people have been arrested on suspicion of murder after a man's body was found at a flat in Rotherham.
Emergency services were called to Badsley Moor Lane just after midnight following the discovery of the body of a 43-year-old man.
An investigation is now under way into the circumstances surrounding his death.
Two men, aged 19 and 23, and a 30-year-old woman, are being held in police custody.
A murder investigation's been launched in Rotherham after the discovery of a man's body.
More to follow.
Bradford Telegraph and Argus
Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield
Sheffield's Atkinsons department store is celebrating its 145th birthday.
The family business began on the Moor in the city centre when John Atkinson opened a small drapery store in 1872.
It's one of the biggest family-owned shops in the UK and is now in the hands of his great grandson Nicholas.
I've been for a look around and while I was there they got me to make an in-store announcement:
And Nicholas told me the secret to the store's continuing success is its dedicated employees:
When you get about 100,000 people together for the Leeds Carnival, you can expect some litter to get left behind when they go:
But if you were travelling around the site of Carnival this morning, you probably won't have seen anything out of place - and it's all down to these guys:
Leeds City Council's Cleaner Neighbourhoods Team was out from 04:00 this morning tidying up around Chapeltown Road and Harehills Avenue.
Top work fellas!
On Friday we told you about a North Yorkshire football team cooking up a storm.
Bedale AFC's strip is made of sausages. Well we've got some pics of the kit in the flesh, so to speak.
The bangers and clash strip has gained notoriety on internet football sites.
It's even been tipped to win "worst kit of the season" award.
If you know of kits which might also make that list, you can let us know by simply clicking here.
Police have thanked the public after a weekend which saw hundreds of thousands of people come to West Yorkshire.
Officers made a total of 32 arrests at the Leeds Festival - 20 of which were for drugs offences - and five at Leeds Carnival.
There were 16 fewer arrests at the festival than last year, with about 60,000 people at each of the three days.
Thousands also came to Headingley stadium for England's second test against the West Indies.
We would like to extend our thanks to all those who took part in the events and who helped to make it a real success that Leeds can be proud of.”
BBC Local Live, Yorkshire
How excited are you about the new Ikea store opening near the Meadowhall shopping centre in Sheffield?
Are you counting down the days until 28 September and is it, perhaps, exciting enough for you to get a tattoo to celebrate?
Well, that's what Matt Lee has done in anticipation of the store opening next month - and I've been to see the "ink" for myself:
BBC Yorkshire Live
The sun has been shining all Bank Holiday weekend and our BBC Weather Watchers have been out taking some great photos from across the White Rose county.
Here's Linton upon Ouse near York in the sunshine on Sunday:
Next stop South Yorkshire, where this one arrived from Totley in Sheffield:
Finally, West Yorkshire where this picture from Ilkley was taken yesterday afternoon:
BBC Radio Sheffield
Sheffield Carnival made a colourful return to the city yesterday after years in the wilderness.
Once an annual event, it fizzled out during the 1990s but it came back with a bang this Bank Holiday in a sun drenched Norfolk Park:
As well as a carnival, there was also a parade, drumming workshops and stalls for all the family.
I headed up yesterday to meet the lady who put it all together, Andrea Risden: