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Summary

  1. World Championship cycling comes to Yorkshire
  2. Calls for 'Hillsborough Law' by families of 96 killed football fans
  3. More police in Sheffield after gang fights
  4. People in parts of York to do more to prevent flooding
  5. Sheffield man jailed after gun found in rabbit hutch
  6. Police officers nominated for bravery award
  7. Updates on Thursday 29 June 2017

Live Reporting

By Andrew Barton

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Thursday...

    Those are all the updates for Thursday 29 June.

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  2. Our five top stories today

    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. Millions expected to flock to Yorkshire cycling event
    2. Calls for 'Hillsborough Law' by families of 96 killed football fans
    3. York flood plan tells people to help protect their own homes
    4. Suspect arrested after hiding under bed
    5. Tramlines tickets 'almost gone'

    See you tomorrow

  3. Listen: Police on streets in Burngreave

    Howard Pressman

    Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    We've been telling you about South Yorkshire Police's decision to put a dedicated team in the Burngreave area of Sheffield.

    It follows a rise in community tensions and an increase in crime.

    Lee Kayne is the Burngreave Problem Solving Team Sergeant for the force and told me how the team will look:

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    Video caption: Lee Kayne from South Yorkshire Police.
  4. Rugby coach jailed for filming in changing rooms

    A rugby coach has been jailed for molesting young boys and secretly filming them in changing rooms.

    David Simmons

    David Simmons, 26, formerly of Sheffield, planted covert cameras in clocks and a shower gel bottle to film teenage rugby players undress. Nearly 500 videos were found at his Ashford home.

    Simmons pleaded guilty to 17 sexual offences, including sexually assaulting boys under the age of 13.

    He was jailed for three years and eight months at Southwark Crown Court.

  5. HS2 residents offered cash incentive

    Charlotte Rose

    BBC Radio Sheffield Political Reporter

    Residents of a newly-built housing estate in South Yorkshire which is due to be on or near the government's preferred route of the High Speed Two rail line have been offered cash to stay in their homes.

    HS2 artist impression

    The government has said the 140 residents of the Shimmer Estate in Mexborough can apply for a minimum of £30,000 if they want to stay, which is equivalent to 10% of their property value or a £30,000 minimum.

    Quote Message: I recognise that this is a difficult time for Shimmer residents and I would like to thank them for their patience and reassure them they will be treated fairly and with compassion." from Paul Maynard Transport Minister
    Paul MaynardTransport Minister
  6. I can see you!! Suspect fails to leg it from police

    Nick Wilmshurst

    BBC Local Live, Yorkshire

    Some criminals are devious, coldly calculating and dangerously clever.

    Some however are not, like this suspect in Halifax who tried to hide under a bed to escape police.

    Man under bed

    Officers say that they went to a man's house to arrest him as part of an ongoing operation across Calderdale and this was the spot he chose to try and hide in.

    Turns out it was a bad choice as the 30-year-old, who was wanted after he failed to appear at court for burglary offences, didn't do a very good job of concealing himself.

    West Yorkshire Police said on Facebook: "You will not be surprised to find out that yes we did find him - he will not be winning any awards for hide and seek champion soon!!!"

  7. Watch: Tramlines tickets 'almost gone'

    Christian Carlisle

    Introducing Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    Sheffield's annual Tramlines Music Festival is now three weeks away.

    There will be over 70 acts playing across the weekend including All Saints, Primal Scream and The Libertines.

    Here's a preview of what's in-store for 2017:

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    Video caption: Promotional video for Tramlines Festival.
  8. Missing teenager from Leeds found in Germany

    A Leeds teenager who had gone missing in Germany has been found safe and well. Joshua Tummons, 19, had not been seen or heard from for 10 days.

  9. Search for man, 80, missing in Sheffield

    Have you seen 80-year-old Dennis Webb? He's been missing from his Sheffield home all day.

    Dennis Webb

    Dennis was last seen at about 09:15 at his home in Ecclesall Road South.

    When his wife returned home this afternoon, Dennis was not there.

    Dennis was wearing navy blue trousers and a zip up coat. He may also be carrying or using a walking stick, and wearing glasses.

  10. Vandal damages 29 cars at dealership

    A used car showroom in the village of Kirk Hammerton in North Yorkshire has been hit by a vandal who has caused about £29,000 of damage.

    CCTV

    Police have released a CCTV image of a man they want to speak to about it

    The 29 cars are thought to have been been damaged at around 22:30 on Sunday 4 June at Yorkshire Vehicle Solutions.

    The damage totals about £1,000 of paintwork damage to each car.

  11. Castle Howard in Bloom 'adds to opulence'

    Joanita Musisi

    BBC Radio York

    The opening day of the Castle Howard in Bloom is underway.

    Now in its fourth year it's described as a "floral displays adding to the opulence" of the stately home.

    Organiser, Catherine Gledhill told me what visitors can expect:

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    Video caption: Catherine Gledhill from Castle Howard in Bloom.
  12. New TV drama is being filmed in Sheffield by This Is England's Shane Meadows

    Sheffield Star

    Acclaimed film director Shane Meadows is shooting a new TV drama in Sheffield and he's looking for extras to feature in the programme.

    New TV show being filmed in Sheffield