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  1. Cyber attack: North Yorkshire patients urged to 'use NHS wisely'
  2. Cyber attack: blood test appointments cancelled in Pickering
  3. Teenager killed in motorway crash
  4. Men armed with axe and hammer raid Leeds jewellers
  5. Appeal after street brawl in Doncaster
  6. River searches resume 18-months after Skipton man's disappearance in York
  7. Asparagus grower builds railway to gather in his crop
  8. Happy Valley wins two Bafta awards
  9. Updates on Monday 15 May 2017

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By Andrew Barton, Oli Constable and Nick Wilmshurst

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Monday....

    Those are all the updates from Monday 15 May.

    Want to get all the latest news, travel, sport and weather on Tuesday 16 May 2017?

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  2. General election 2017: How do I register to vote?

    Don't get left outside on polling day. Here are details of what you need and where you need to go to register for the general election on 8 June:  

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    Video caption: General election 2017: How do I register to vote?
  3. Our five top stories from today

    Nick Wilmshurst

    BBC Local Live, Yorkshire

    Well 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:

    1. Three arrested after woman found dead in Leeds
    2. Cyber attack: North Yorkshire patients urged to 'use NHS wisely'
    3. Men armed with hammer and axe rob jewellers
    4. A very 'Happy Valley' - Yorkshire series Bafta win
    5. The dream of steam - A Tornado takes to the telly

    See you tomorrow.

  4. Thousands turn out for Jeremy Corbyn speech

    The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has been in West Yorkshire again today, earlier he was in Hebden Bridge talking about investment for the future.

    A crowd of around 3,000 people packed a courtyard, road and parts of a park opposite Brudenell Social Club in Leeds. 

    Brudenell Social Club

    The popular underground music venue is in Hyde Park, which houses many of the city's students. 

    It is in the constituency of Leeds North West, held by Liberal Democrat Greg Mulholland.

  5. West Yorkshire brewery 'keeping British history alive'

    A brewery in West Yorkshire's been named one of the best in the world for visitors. 

    Northern Monk

    The Lonely Planet travel guide has identified Northern Monk in Leeds as one which is "changing the way people view beer". 

    The guide says brewery tours are a wonderful way to engage with British history.

  6. Teenage girl missing from Harrogate

    Have you seen this missing teenager from Harrogate?

    Kelly Dion Rutherford

    Kelly Dion Rutherfordm, 16, was last seen in Harrogate in the early hours of 6 May.

    Police say that despite "extensive investigations" and numerous unconfirmed sightings they've been unable to find her.

    Officers believe she may have spent time in Ripon and also has connections to Leeds.

  7. Man dies as car veers off road

    A man in his 50s has died in a crash near Pickering.

    Pickering crash

    The accident happened last night on Malton Road when a blue Mini Cooper veered off the road, through a fence and into a garden near the Black Bull Inn.

    The driver man was pronounced dead at the scene. 

    Another man, thought to be in his 20s was taken to hospital. His injuries were not believed to be life-threatening.

    Both men are from the Ryedale area.

  8. Jonny Brownlee changes face of Leeds Town Hall

    Leeds Town Hall has a new look ahead of the Columbia Threadneedle World Triathlon next month.


    The event takes place on 10 and 11 June and Leeds' Olympic silver medallist Jonny Brownlee unveiled the huge poster. 

    The world’s best triathletes will arrive in the city next month in the fourth leg of the ITU World Triathlon Series. 

    Last year's event saw more than 80,000 spectators come to the city. 

    The race starts in Roundhay Park and will see triathletes race through the streets of Leeds before finishing in Millennium Square.

    Quote Message: Last year, it was a wall of noise with the streets packed full of fans. As an athlete you can’t ask for more." from Jonny Brownlee Triathlete
    Jonny BrownleeTriathlete
  9. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M62 West Yorkshire eastbound

    BBC News Travel

    M62 West Yorkshire eastbound severe disruption, between J25 for A644 and J26 for M606.

    M62 West Yorkshire - Slow traffic and one lane closed on M62 eastbound between J25, A644 (Brighouse) and J26, M606 (Chain Bar), because of a broken down lorry.

    To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

  10. Police want this man after bank cards were taken

    Police are looking for this man after a woman's purse was stolen and her cards used in shops across Yorkshire and Nottinghamshire. 


    The theft happened after the woman fell asleep on a train between Doncaster and Retford last month. 

    When she woke up, she realised her purse had been taken from her bag under her seat. 

    Her contactless bank cards were used at Superdrug, Asda and Bustens in Retford. 

    They were later used at other shops in the Wakefield, Pontefract and  Leeds areas.

  11. Watch: Woman fined after walking alongside train tracks

    A woman has been fined £665 after being caught trespassing on the train tracks between Wombwell and Barnsley stations.

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    Video caption: Barnsley woman walking down railway line

    Jane Richardson, 51, from Woodhead Road in Huddersfield walked along the tracks for 40 minutes on 2 March, leading to six trains being delayed.

    British Transport Police say taking a shortcut home along rail tracks may seem the quickest way but it's "dangerous, reckless and not worth the risk".

  12. BreakingTwo more arrests after woman found dead

    Two more men have been arrested after the discovery of a woman's body in Leeds.

    Three men are now in custody after the find in woodlands in the city.

    Murder scene

    The body of a 26-year-old woman was found by joggers yesterday morning in woods near Alwoodley Crags car park in Alwoodley.   

    Two men, aged 32 and 70, from Leeds, were arrested this afternoon on suspicion of murder. Police also say they are examining a vehicle. 

    A 26-year-old man, from Leeds, who was arrested earlier on suspicion of murder, is still in custody. 

    Quote Message: We would like to speak to anyone who witnessed any suspicious activity in the area over the weekend." from Det Ch Insp Stuart Spencer West Yorkshire Police
    Det Ch Insp Stuart SpencerWest Yorkshire Police
  13. Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn in Calder Valley

    Labour's leader Jeremy Corbyn has been in West Yorkshire today and says the focus has to be on investing for the future.

    He criticised newspaper coverage of the general election campaign saying "you read negativity, you read attacks, you read personal abuse".

    Jeremy Corbyn
    Quote Message: Do we spend the next five years reducing tax for corporations and the very rich, or do spend the next five years investing all across the country in good infrastructure, in sustainable industries, in the good services we need, in our young people and the skills that they need." from Jeremy Corbyn Labour leader in West Yorkshire
    Jeremy CorbynLabour leader in West Yorkshire
  14. Students' Union offers ice cream deal

    Are you a student who might fancy a free ice-cream but you're not registered to vote?

    The National Union for Students is touring student unions this week to try and get as many students to sign up to vote in the general election on 8 June.

    Ice cream handed to student

    They've been taking their ice-cream van around the country and today stopped off in Sheffield encouraging students to sign up.

    The deal is simple: Sign up to vote and get your hands on an ice-cream!

    Probably not something for the manifesto though.

  15. Police divers due to renew river search

    A renewed search for a Skipton man who went missing after a night out in York has been postponed for a day.

    Rory Johnson-Hatfield

    Rory Johnson-Hatfield was last seen by the River Ouse on a night out in November 2015.

    Police divers had been due to be at Naburn Lock and Selby today.

    Police say they hope to search the area tomorrow.