The top stories from East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire so far today include:
- Grimsby-based Young's Seafood recalls fish cakes over possible contamination
- Hull's famous live music venue - Adelphi Club - has future secured
- Big fall in distance travelled by buses across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire
- Region sees growth in IT sector
- Hull City prepare for showdown with Chelsea in the FA Cup
Updates on breaking news and travel will continue here through the night.
Watch the full stories on BBC One at 18:30.
Dry this evening and overnight with some clear spells. A touch of frost, especially across Lincolshire where temperatures could drop below freezing.
"On paper Chelsea should win" - Tiger's boss on tonight's FA Cup fifth round tie against Premier League giants Chelsea.
An exhibition focusing on Hull's links with Italy is set to open in the city.
Italian Connections will be at the Streetlife Museum (pictured below) and will look at the history of people from Italy who settled in Hull.Copyright: Ian S/Geograph
It'll feature links dating back to medieval times, as well as looking at the relationship between Hull and Italy during the First and Second World Wars.
The exhibition will open on Saturday 24 February.
A boom in the IT and business industry has seen almost 90,000 jobs created in Yorkshire and the Humber since 2010.Copyright: Department for Work and Pensions
Latest figures from the Department for Work and Pensions show the sector is one of the main drivers for growth, and responsible for over 1.65m jobs across the country.
It's thought to be down to demand for the internet, wireless cloud technologies and mobile phones.Quote Message: We had record-breaking employment levels across Britain last year, and since 2010 the number of people working in Yorkshire & the Humber has gone up by 146,000. During that period 88,000 new jobs have been created in the IT sector, and it’s easy to see why those kind of skills are in such popular demand by employers. The world’s gone digital, and we’re all having to adapt to that." from Esther McVey Work and Pensions Secretary
M62 North Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, between J34 for A19 Selby and J35 for M18.
M62 North Yorkshire - One lane closed on M62 eastbound between J34, A19 (Selby) and J35, M18 (Langham), because of vehicle having a tyre changed. Traffic is coping well.
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There's been a big increase in the number of Chinese visitors coming to Yorkshire.Copyright: BBC
Research by Visit Britain shows the figure has more than doubled since 2012 - with 20,000 tourists holidaying here in 2016.
The information has been released to coincide with the start of the Chinese Year of the Dog.
Sir Gary Verity, Chief Executive of tourism organisation Welcome to Yorkshire, said “China is fast becoming the biggest force in world tourism and we’re delighted to see a huge increase in visits to this part of the world."
Looking like a dry afternoon with sunny spells continuing though turning hazy at times, along with a south west breeze.
Maximum temperature of 9C (48F).Copyright: BBC
A container holding asbestos has been stolen from a property East Yorkshire.Copyright: Humberside Police
It went missing from premises on Saddlethorpe Broad Lane in Brough.
Police say the container holds hazardous waste which needs to be disposed of correctly.
The recent cold snap is taking its toll on Yorkshire's water pipes - with 400 burst pipes in Leeds in the last three months alone.Copyright: BBC
Over Yorkshire 1,100 leaks on the water system were repaired in just December - a record according to Yorkshire Water.
The freezing weather causes underground pipes to contract and thaw, resulting in leaks or bursts occurring which are then fixed.
Yorkshire Water say they have a team of 200 "leakage inspectors" using drones, "acoustic ears" and even satellites to find leaks.Quote Message: The prolonged freezing weather has led to a spike in our repair work, but we are committed in the long term to reducing our leakage rate by 40% by 2025." from Andrew Roach Yorkshire Water
Two hundred knitted animals have gone on display at Hull's History Centre to help teach children about the city's lost zoo.
Hull's 19th century Zoological Gardens off Springbank was once home to lions, tigers, and elephants.Copyright: BBC
Traces of that colourful history are hard to find, which is why historians have created a Woolly Zoo.
Entry is free and visitors have until April to see the display.
A group of villagers in Thwing near Driffield in East Yorkshire are hoping to buy a mothballed pub and to turn it into the hub of their community.Copyright: JThomas/ Geograph
If the plans come off, the Falling Stone pub will house a shop, a cafe, sporting and meeting facilities and provide a takeaway food service.
There's a meeting for would-be investors in the village tomorrow.
Some fish cakes produced in Grimsby are being withdrawn from sale after being found to be contaminated with small pieces of hard plastic and potentially small pieces of metal.
Grimsby-based Young's Seafood is recalling packs of its 'Young’s Chip Shop Fish Cakes 6 Pack'.Copyright: Young's Seafood/Lodestone Communications
The packs being recalled are from a batch "where a small number of the fish cakes were found to have been contaminated with small pieces of hard plastic and potentially small pieces of metal".
Only Fish Cakes with production codes AAL 7209K, AAL 7209L, AAK 7222J & AAL 7222K are said to be affected.
Customers are advised no to eat the product and are being asked to call 0800 496 8647 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice on refunds.
With the news that Hull's famous Adelphi, now in its 34th year, has secured its its long-term future, a few notable figures associated with the club have been weighing in:Copyright: Ian RookQuote Message: The Adelphi and its ethos are not typical of any performance space in the UK. We believe CIC status will give the Adelphi the opportunity to serve the community for a further 34 years and beyond, a legacy for the city of Hull.” from Paul Jackson Founder, The AdelphiQuote Message: The Adelphi makes perfect sense as a venue. It commands respect as it reeks of history. I'd visited 20 or so times before I finally got to play there. Everyone in the band was much better off for the experience. It took us back 8-9 years to an era when everything in the band was wild, exciting and delightfully confused." from Bob Nastanovich Pavement (US indie rock band)