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Summary

  1. Man denies murdering Halifax woman
  2. Scarborough Theatre to be demolished
  3. Man injured in leg in Bradford shooting
  4. Sheffield bank targeted by masked men
  5. 'Urgent' appeal for missing 13-year-old York girl
  6. Flood training exercise held in Calderdale
  7. Charity's rescue bid for condemned 150-year-old Sheffield tree
  8. Funeral held for Sheffield 'woman of steel' statue campaigner
  9. Club dancefloor snapped up by music fans
  10. Updates on Friday 20 October 2017

Live Reporting

By Andrew Barton, Rob Rose and Jamie Raynor

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Friday

    Those are all the updates from Friday 20 October.

    Want to get all the latest news, sport, weather and travel on Monday 23 October 2017?

    Click here.

  2. Frazier Campbell

    Frazier Campbell scores the only goal of the game as Hull City beat Barnsley to seal their first away league win for 14 months.

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  3. Five things we've learned today

    That's all from us for today. We'll be back on Monday from 06:30 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel for Yorkshire.

    Before we go, let's look back at some of our top stories from today:

    1. Man denies murdering Halifax woman Jessica King
    2. Final curtain for Futirist in Scarborough as demolition plans approved
    3. North Yorkshire friendsfalseswim Channel for children's charity
    4. Leeds researchers to open up online English dialect archive
    5. Funeral takes place of a Sheffield 'woman of steel'
  4. Missing man from Leeds found 'safe and well'

    A little earlier we brought you news that the family of a man from Morley were very concerned for his welfare after he was reported missing.

    Police have now said Danny Love has been found safe and well and thank members of the public for their assistance.

  5. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 South Yorkshire southbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 South Yorkshire southbound severe disruption, between J36 for A61 Birdwell and J35 for A629 Rotherham.

    M1 South Yorkshire - One lane closed and heavy traffic on M1 southbound between J36, A61 (Birdwell) and J35, A629 (Rotherham), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

  6. Recognise any of this lot?

    Have you had any jewellery or small items stolen in the Doncaster area?

    South Yorkshire Police are appealing to find the owners of costume jewellery found during a house search in Balby.

    Stolen items

    Among the haul is a silver charm bracelet, silver style Rolex, silver and black Tag Heuer watch and a black and silver University of Sheffield USB stick.

    Officers believe the items may have been stolen during a recent robbery in Doncaster over which a 39-year-old man has been arrested.

    If you recognise any of the items above, Police are urging you to call 101.

  7. BreakingShooting in Bradford

    A man has been shot in Bradford.

    The victim is thought to have suffered non life-threatening injuries in the attack which happened in the Undercliffe area this afternoon.

    Emergency services are at the scene and an investigation is underway.

  8. Weather - Mild and windy evening ahead for Yorkshire

    Keeley Donovan

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    The cloud will thicken this evening with a spell of rain overnight and strengthening winds. The rain will clear eastwards alter leaving clear spells. A minimum temperature of 9C.

    Tomorrow will see a windy day but fine with sunny spells at first. Cloud will build and a few showers will develop during the afternoon, especially in the west. Maximum temperature of 14C.

    Weather
  9. Mounie set for Town return ahead of Manchester United visit

    BBC West Yorkshire Sport

    Good news if you're a Huddersfield Town fan, striker Steve Mounie will be in the squad for tomorrow's home tie against Manchester United.

    Steve Mounie

    Head Coach David Wagner confirmed that the 23-year-old forward could feature at some point following a four week absence through injury.

    Mounie played an integral role in Town's excellent start to life in the top division, scoring twice on his debut for the club on the opening day.

    Since picking up a heel injury at the start of September, the Terriers have struggled to replicate their early form - picking up just two points from a possible 12 and being knocked out of the league cup.

  10. Several emergency vehicles 'attending rope training' in Sheffield

    If you've seen several emergency vehicles in Sheffield this afternoon and thought what's going on?

    Don't worry.

    South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue have tweeted to say they're training with using ropes to rescue people .

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    The training exercise involves a simulated medical emergency at height, such as a crane driver being unable to get back down to ground level unaided.

    The specialist rope rescue teams have to put systems in place to rescue the casualty.

  11. Motorcyclist killed in crash named

    A 20-year-old motorcyclist who died in a collision last Friday near Skipton Castle junction has been named as Edward Brier from Lancashire.

    Edward

    The crash happened at around 19:24 on Friday 13 October 2017 and involved a blue Suzuki motorcycle that was heading along the A65 from Harrogate towards Skipton, and a blue Jeep Cherokee that was turning right onto the A65 towards Harrogate from the A6131 junction.

    North Yorkshire Police continue their appeal for witnesses.

    Edward Brier's family said they will continue to remember him for his love of the great outdoors, the pleasure he took in riding his motorbike and for his caring personality.

  12. Watch: Otley teenager back on song after Manchester Arena attack

    A teenage singer left traumatised after she was caught up in the Manchester Arena bombing earlier this year has performed on stage for the first time since the attack.

    Earlier this week, Carys Crow, from Otley, took to the stage at the Wardrobe in Leeds - supporting 60s soul singer PP Arnold.

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    Video caption: Teen singer Carys Crow back on track after Manchester Arena bombing

    Twenty-two people were killed in the attack when Salman Abedi detonated a suicide bomb after an Ariana Grande show on 22 May.

  13. Delays on A59 after crash

    If you're planning to travel on the A59 at Flaxby near Harrogate, be aware there's been an accident.

    Insp Paul Cording tweeted saying to expect minor delays:

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  14. Leeds based online English dialect archive 'fantastic opportunity'

    Now do you 'mash', 'make', 'mask' or 'scald' your tea?

    Well the University of Leeds has been awarded nearly £800,000 by the National Lottery Fund to find out exactly that!

    Regional dialect map of UK

    It's part of a study into English dialects and how they've progressed down the generations in the last 40 years.

    The University is searching for people who took part in the original survey between 1946-1978, when more than 300 ways in which we speak were studied.

    Quote Message: "This is a fantastic opportunity to take language and heritage back to the communities it came from - and where it truly belongs. "We will be able to help people uncover their own dialect inheritance and cultural heritage and invite them to add their own memories, language, and stories for the benefit of current and future generations." from Dr Fiona Douglas Project leader
    Dr Fiona DouglasProject leader

    Here's an old recording from when the research as first conducted - a Yorkshire woman explaining how she makes bread:

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    Video caption: An example of old recordings released online to aid dialect research in Leeds.
  15. Demolition plan approved for Futurist in Scarborough

    Plans to demolish an almost 100-year-old seafront theatre have been approved.

    Scarborough Borough Council planners voted in favour of plans to spend £4m on demolishing the Futurist.

    Futurist Theatre

    The theatre opened in 1921 and hosted an array of famous artists, including The Beatles, before closing in 2014.

    Campaigners had hoped to run it as a charitable trust but the council has judged it is not sustainable as a theatrical venue.

    Old black and white images of Futurist

    Flamingo Land, which is a large visitor attraction in Malton, North Yorkshire, has already expressed interest in developing a new year-round tourist attraction on the site.