The top stories from today:
Almost a year after Renata Antczak went missing in Hull, a man caught up in the trial of her husband says he wants to clear his name and he believes she's still alive.
There has been no trace of Renata since she dropped her daughter off at school last April.
Yesterday her husband Dr Majid Mustafa who is dentist admitted asking a friend to get hold of date rape drug to find out if she was having an affair.
That friend, Robert Lipinski has told the BBC he believes Renata is still alive and says his life has been ruined by the case.
Weather presenter, BBC Look North
Tonight will be largely cloudy with patches of mist, drizzle and hill fog, but some clear spells may develop later in the night.Copyright: BBC
Hundreds of bikers are expected to meet in Hull on Sunday.Copyright: Humberside Police
The "ride out" on 15 April is an event organised and promoted by motorcycle groups and supported by Humberside Police to raise awareness of the ongoing work between officers and the wider community to reduce and prevent motorbike-related crime across the city.
The event will start at Hessle Park and Ride, Priory Park around 09:00 and will see the bikers ride anti-clockwise around Hull.
BBC Weather Watchers
You wouldn't know it's April would you?
We've had another overcast, damp day today.
Here's the scene along a country path in Rawcliffe:Copyright: Anne Howard Webb / Weather Watchers
And you can't see the houses on the other side of to Bridlington Harbour:Copyright: Mitch Clive / Weather Watchers
Officials from Yorkshire Water and members of Hollym Parish Council visited Anglian Water’s Aero-Fac waste water treatment facility in Cambridgeshire to see how a similar treatment works could work in Withernsea.Copyright: Yorkshire Water
The new £30m facility will replace the existing Withernsea Waste Water Treatment Works because it needs to be relocated.
Yorkshire Water say the Aero-Fac process is a biological, aerated treatment process which is low carbon, low energy and for the majority of time is powered by wind.
If planning permission is granted, work is expected to start on the waste water treatment facility in the spring of 2020 and completed in the summer of 2021.
Weather presenter, BBC Look North
Remaining cloudy for much of the rest of the day with spells of rain and drizzle, although it should turn drier later in the day.
Just a gentle easterly breeze.Copyright: BBC
A man who was left seriously injured after a crash on the M62 in East Yorkshire last week has died, police have confirmed.Copyright: Ben Longsden
The 37-year-old, from Manchester, was a passenger in a car which was in collision with an HGV at about 09:30 on Tuesday 3 April.
The lorry was travelling westbound when it went through the central reservation and hit the car, which was heading eastbound.
The crash blocked the motorway in both directions at Ouse Bridge, near Goole, for several hours.
The car's driver, 41-year-old Nigel Eley, also from Manchester, was pronounced dead at the scene.
The 22-year-old truck driver sustained serious injuries, but has since been discharged from hospital, police say.
A total of 20 schools in East Yorkshire have been closed today after receiving what police say is a "hoax email".
In a statement, Humberside Police said: "We want to categorically reassure parents and children, staff and the wider public that this a non-credible threat that has been sent nationwide.
"Our primary concern is to ensure that schools are given guidance, up-to-date information and reassurance and above all that everyone is safe."
It's the second day of the beer and cider festival in Hull.
It's the 40th time the event has been put on by the Hull and East Yorkshire branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.
It's at Hull Minster from now until 22:30 today and tomorrow from 12:00 to sell-out or 21:00:
The top stories from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire so far today:
Humberside Police are urging motorbikers to tag their vehicles in an effort to deter thieves.Copyright: Humberside Police
Data tagging is a system where microchips are inserted into bikes to mark them and provide an identification reference that can be easily checked.
Officers will be out today, using a scanner (pictured) to check motorbikes to see if they have identification tags on them.