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Summary

  1. Methodist minister guilty of indecent assaults
  2. Labour launches manifesto in Bradford
  3. Woman found dead in Leeds identified - more arrests made
  4. Two feared missing after yacht discovered sunk off Scarborough harbour found safe and well
  5. Rise in number of Yorkshire people detained under Mental Health Act
  6. Public meeting held after recycling plant fire
  7. Updates on Tuesday 16 May 2017

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By Andrew Barton

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Tuesday....

    Those are all the updates from Tuesday 16 May.

    Want to get all the latest news, sport, weather and travel on Wednesday 17 May 2017?

    Click here.

  2. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 South Yorkshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 South Yorkshire northbound severe disruption, between J33 for A630 Catcliffe and J34 for A631.

    M1 South Yorkshire - One lane closed on M1 northbound between J33, A630 (Catcliffe) and J34, A631 (Meadowhall), because of a broken down vehicle. Traffic is coping well.

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

  3. Our five top stories today

    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. Sex assault retired Methodist minister to face jail
    2. Arriva Rail North say strike day planned for 30 May
    3. Dead woman identified by police in Leeds - more arrests made
    4. Labour Party manifesto launch in Bradford
    5. Man left with shattered shin bone after Leeds attack

    See you tomorrow.

  4. Man attacked with hammer after being hit by car

    A man has been attacked with a hammer after a car hit him in Huddersfield.

    Cow Heys

    It happened in the early hours of yesterday morning when a 23-year-old man was walking along Cow Heys in Dalton.

    He was walking on the footpath when a grey Volkswagen Golf mounted the curb and hit the man. 

    The driver then got out of the car and attacked him with a hammer.

    The suspects then got back in the car and drove off.

    West Yorkshire Police are appealing for information about the incident

  5. Fancy getting to Manchester at 600mph?

    Pods going at 600mph through a transpennine tube - that's the solution to our transport problems, according to a Californian company called 'Hyperloop One'.  

    Hyperloop-one

    Their representative has been speaking at 'Buy Yorkshire' - the annual business event at the Royal Armouries in Leeds. 

    The system uses smaller carriages which travel more frequently than normal trains. 

    Working prototypes are already being tested in the US, a public trial is expected soon.

  6. City's promoters float plans for York

    There could be up to 50 hot air balloons in the skies above York this autumn.

    Hot air balloon

    It's one of a number of plans in the pipeline for the city by Make it York for the next year. 

    The organisation, which promotes the city, is also looking at bringing the poppies, which once formed part of a display at the Tower of London to the Minster. 

  7. Seminar in Leeds to tackle ransomware

    Some of the biggest names in cyber security will be in Leeds on Friday. 

    Ransomware

    They'll be attending a seminar about ransomware and giving advice on how avoid it causing problems on your own computer.

    Ransomware caused chaos over the weekend all over the world seriously hitting organisations including the NHS.

    The seminar is open to anyone to attend and will offer advice to businesses who want to protect themselves. 

  8. Community rallies around woman after car rolls in to house

    A York woman who jumped back into her car as it rolled towards a house is "lucky to be uninjured" according to police.

    Crash

    It happened last night in Acomb when her Suzuki Celerio rolled back in to a house in Burnsall Drive.

    Luckily no-one was seriously injured and police arranged for the car to be recovered.

    People on the street were first on the scene and officers say that they rallied around with coffee and biscuits.

    Crash
  9. Your pictures: Mandarins enjoying the rain

    It's been a wet but bright day for most of Yorkshire today, perfect weather then for these Mandarin ducks at Damflask reservoir near Sheffield.

    Thanks to Ken for the picture.

    Mandarin ducks
  10. Burglar caught by DNA left on cigarette

    A burglar who raided a Sheffield house and left behind one damning clue has been sentenced to four years in prison.

    Nathan Herbert

    Nathan Herbert, aged 41, formerly of Stradbroke Road in Stradbroke broke into a house in Intake in November.

    He took a number of items from the house as the residents slept upstairs, but he left behind a the stub of a rollup on the floor.

    Forensic officers were able to prove beyond doubt that he had commited the crime. 

    He was jailed for four years at Sheffield Crown Court. 

  11. Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield Town: Team news

    BBC Sport

    The tension ahead of Sheffield Wednesday and Huddersfield Town's Championship play-off semi-final second legtomorrow is already high.

    Sheffield Wednesday v Huddersfield Town

    Wednesday could have midfielder Sam Hutchinson back and Striker Gary Hooper is likely to miss out again so Steven Fletcher is set to keep his place.

    Huddersfield will recall goalkeeper Danny Ward in place of Joel Coleman after he missed Sunday's goalless first leg.

    Ward aside, Town boss David Wagner will probably name with the same team.

    For stats about the game and text commentary tomorrow night, click here.

  12. Sex assault retired Methodist minister to face jail

    A retired Methodist minister has been found guilty of indecently assaulting four boys after he tried to hypnotise them. 

    John Price

    John Price, aged 82, from Bedale in North Yorkshire abused the boys when he worked in York and Pocklington during the late 1970s and 80s. 

    Price was found guilty of all 13 counts of indecent assault on the boys who were aged  between 11 and 17 years old at time. 

    He was remanded in custody and was told he will face prison when he is sentenced on 13 June.

  13. Arriva Rail North say strike day planned for 30 May

    A further day of strike action is set to affect local rail services at the end of this month.

    Arriva Rail North, who run Northern rail services, says there will be a 24-hour walk out on Tuesday, 30 May in its long-running dispute with unions over driver-only operated services.

    Northern train
  14. BreakingMethodist minister John Price guilty of hypnotising boys

    A former Methodist minister accused of indecently assaulting four boys after hypnotising them has been found guilty of all counts.  

    More to follow.