By Tim Vickery
The top stories from across Yorkshire today include:
- Gemma Procter who dropped her son from the window of flats has been detained indefinitely
- 'Rotherham Council no longer needs external commissioners' after check
- Strikes at three Yorkshire colleges suspended
- 'Improvement' still needed at Bradford Hospitals
- Investigations continue into York retirement complex fire
Updates on breaking news will continue through the weekend.
With only days to go to England's first World Cup game against Tunisia on Monday evening, here's some details on watching the big game on a big screen in Leeds.Copyright: Millennium Square, Leeds
Every second of England's quest for World Cup glory in 2018 will be screened live on the screen in Millennium Square.
Here's the dates for the group games:
- England v Tunisia Monday 18 June KO 19:00
- England v Panama Sunday 24 June KO 13:00
- England v Belgium Thursday 28 June KO 19:00
If England qualify for the sudden death, knock-out stages these games are also to be shown.
The gates for each England match will open about 90 minutes before kick-off.
Admission is on a first-come first-served basis until the square is full.
No tickets are needed.
A strict no alcohol policy will be in effect during the screenings.
To help people in Bradford enjoy the Eid festivities here are details of some road closures from West Yorkshire Police.Copyright: BBC
Eid al-Fitr is "the feast of the breaking of the fast" that begins when the moon rises on the final day of Ramadan.
It attracts large numbers of people to the Great Horton Road area to enjoy the restaurants.
For safety the following road closures will be in place this evening:
- From 1700: Summerville Road, from the junction with Great Horton Road to the junction with Woodhead Road
- From Midnight: Great Horton Road, from the junction with Woodhead Road to the junction with All Saints Road
Pedestrian access will be permitted.Quote Message: We welcome all visitors to the Great Horton Road area for the Eid celebrations and hope these will be enjoyed safely. We would ask people travelling by car to remember to park safely and sensibly." from InspTom Casey Bradford West Neighbourhood Team