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Before I go, let's have a look at five things we didn't know this mornin
Have a wonderful weekend and if you're heading out make sure you've got a brolly.
And finally, good luck to all those Cleethorpes Town fans heading to Wembley!
The cloudy and damp conditions this evening will persist overnight, although the rain should become lighter and more patchy later.
A look ahead to the weekend below:
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Here are the latest headlines from across East Yorkshire and the Humber region this evening:
Reporter, BBC Look North
The company which sacked two groundsmen from the KCOM stadium have responded to criticism over their decision.
Darrell Cook and Mark Harrison worked as groundsmen for almost 30 years until they were told to leave.
In a statement SMC Management, their employer, said following an investigation both were dismissed for gross misconduct and a fundamental breach of the implied term of mutual trust and confidence.
Quote Message: We are confident that a fair and robust process was adopted and that any claim brought by either Mr Harrison or Mr Cook will be successfully defended. from SMC Management
Both Mr Cook and Mr Harrison have denied any wrongdoing and are crowdfunding in order to take legal action.
Quote Message: I know there's no name to be cleared, but people out there don't. When you're sacked for gross misconduct it's not good. Certainly there's none of that in our case and we want to put that fact right. from Mark Harrison
BBC Look North
A serious case review into the death of a four-week-old baby in Hull has revealed his dad committed a campaign of domestic abuse against his mother before the killing.
Tommy Lee Laverack Whitworth died in 2014 after he was violently shaken by his father, Liam Laverack, suffering catastrophic injuries.
The report by the Hull Safeguarding Children's Board reveals social workers knew about the incidents before the event which led to Tommy Lee's death but they stopped working with the family because they were satisfied with child's safety.
The chair of the board says the death of the baby could not have been foreseen and says the case has highlighted the need for agencies to improve early help sharing of information and pre-birth assessments.
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The A63 eastbound near North Ferriby has re-opened following an earlier accident involving a bus and caravan.
There is still slow moving traffic, which is being blamed on people slowing down to look at the accident.
Hull City boss Marco Silva says he will have another meeting with the club's owner next week to discuss his future.
Hull City were relegated from the Premier League after they were beaten 4-0 by Crystal Palace at the weekend.
They will play Tottenham in the last game of the season on Sunday.
Marco Silva has indicated that the owners want to keep him at the club, but it remains unclear if he wants to stay with the Tigers.
Relegated Chesterfield have signed Scunthorpe duo Joe Anyon and Scott Wiseman on free transfers.
Former Port Vale goalkeeper Anyon, 30, and Gibraltar defender Wiseman, 31, have both signed two-year deals with Gary Caldwell's League Two-bound side.
Anyon played in Scunthorpe's third-tier play-off semi-final loss to Millwall.
"They're both good ages and the type of characters you want to lift a dressing room," director of recruitment Guy Branston told Chesterfield's website.
BBC Look North
Two painted murals which have been funded by Hull City of Culture 2017 have been revealed.
The work has been carried out over the last fortnight on Hessle Road and features those who worked in the city's fishing industry.
The artists behind the project hope that people recognise friends, family or local characters who appear on the mural.
The afternoon session is under way in the Roses cricket match where Yorkshire are batting against Lancashire.
The White Rose have lost three wickets so far in the match, with Peter Handscomb the latest man to fall LBW to McLaren.
The big news, though, from Old Trafford is that England bowler James Anderson has left the field with an injury.
You can listen to ball-by-ball commentary of the game via this link.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer is on the general election campaign trail in northern Lincolnshire this afternoon.
Philip Hammond says the Conservatives are targeting Scunthorpe and Grimsby, seats which have traditionally been held by Labour.
Quote Message: We've got a good presence in this region and some of these seats which have traditionally been Labour for many years are now in play, so it's right that we come here. We'll put our message to the electors and it's them who decide." from Philip Hammond Chancellor of the Exchequer
This percussive accompaniment to the Weather Girls from BBC Look North weatherman Owain Wyn Evans will leave you in no doubt as to the meteorological state of play:
Rain will likely linger into the afternoon, but it will perhaps turn brighter in the south later.
It will feel cool with some brisk coastal winds, especially around Holderness Plain, with a top temperature of about 11C (52F)
The cloudy and damp conditions will persist into the night and early morning.
Wrexham have signed Shaun Pearson after the defender was not offered a new contract by Grimsby Town.
Pearson made more than 250 appearances in six seasons at Grimsby and was part of the team which secured promotion to the Football League in 2016.
The 28-year-old has also played for Spalding, Stamford and Boston United.
"I'm delighted to be here and once the situation at Grimsby was made clear, there were some options for me," Pearson said.
"But this was the most appealing and we sorted it out nice and quickly."
A63 East Yorkshire eastbound severe accident, between B1231 Melton Road and Ferriby High Road.
A63 East Yorkshire - Very slow traffic on A63 eastbound in North Ferriby between the B1231 Melton Road junction and the Ferriby High Road junction, because of an accident involving bus and caravan earlier on.
To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time
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We're getting reports of the A63 being blocked eastbound due to an accident at Ferriby High Road
People in East Yorkshire are being encouraged to read more to reduce the risk of dementia.
Staff from the East Riding Council are visiting venues handing out packs containing teabags, biscuits and eBook instructions.
Reading for pleasure and completing puzzles and other brain stimulating activities are believed to reduce the risk of the condition.
Margaret McHugh is a spokeswoman for the Alzheimers Society in East Yorkshire:
Quote Message: Keeping mentally stimulated by doing things like reading - that can lower your risk of getting dementia. Keep a healthy lifestyle and that will help to lower your risk." from Margaret McHugh Alzheimers Society