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Summary

  1. Teenager charged with murder over death of York man
  2. M62 police shooting: Man denies firearms charges
  3. Thirty four people reported missing every day in Yorkshire and Humber
  4. Sheffield MP's daughter 'injured after being forced to wear high heels'
  5. Rail disruption continues after landslip on line near Halifax
  6. Deal reached over Yorkshire Wildlife Park concerts
  7. Calendar Girls musical up for three Olivier awards
  8. Updates on Tuesday 7 March 2017

Live Reporting

By Andrew Barton, Kevin Larkin and Nick Wilmshurst

All times stated are UK

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  1. That's all from Tuesday...

    Those are all our updates from Tuesday 7 March 2017.

    Want all the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates from across Yorkshire on Wednesday 8 March? Just click here .

  2. 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 and travel will continue throughout the night, but before we go, let's look back at some of our top stories from today: 

    See you tomorrow.

  3. Businesses around burned-down mill ask for help

    Businesses affected by a major fire in Bradford last year have handed in a petition to the council asking for more support.

    Drummond Mill

    The Lumb Lane Business Group says the area is in need of regeneration.

    They also say that shops are struggling and have handed in a petition to the council asking for more help.

    Quote Message: The Drummond Mill site is gone and now we have an opportunity to raise our concerns. We're asking the council to consider widening the road." from Majid Khan Lumb Lane Business Group
    Majid KhanLumb Lane Business Group
  4. Sheffield MP calls for action over child grooming law

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live, Sheffield

    A Sheffield MP has called on the government to enable a law to tackle child grooming to be enforced.

    Louise Haigh, who represents Sheffield Heeley, said there has been a two year wait for the law to be enacted.

    Justice Secretary Liz Truss responded saying "This is imminent".

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  5. Rhea in Wakefield: Stray bird returned to owner

    Earlier I was telling you about the stray rhea that was spotted in Wakefield:

    Rhea in Wakefield

    The good news is that its been returned to its owner after the RSPCA came out to rescue it.

    Although one of the RSPCA officers who went out to deal with it said that they'd never had to deal with this type of bird before.

    Quote Message: The rhea was extremely strong and I was glad we were able to rescue him and return him to his owner so quickly. It's certainly been an eventful day!" from Gemma Fowler RSPCA
    Gemma FowlerRSPCA
  6. Envelope update

    Severe disruption: M1 West Yorkshire northbound

    BBC News Travel

    M1 West Yorkshire northbound severe disruption, at J46 for A63 Leeds Colton.

    M1 West Yorkshire - Lane closed and slow traffic on M1 northbound at J46, A63 (Leeds Colton), because of a broken down vehicle.

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

  7. Travel update: All clear on Leeds Inner Ring Road

    BBC News Travel

    Hooray! 

    It's hard to explain to someone who doesn't live in Leeds how badly a closed inner ring road can affect your journey home.

    View more on twitter
  8. Appeal to find relatives of Wakefield man who died alone

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live

    The coroner is appealing for help to find the relatives of a Wakefield man who died alone.

    Stephen Allen from the Regent Street area died at Pinderfields Hospital of natural causes last month.

    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Bereavement Centre at the hospital on 01924 541016.

    Pinderfields Hospital
  9. Bradford schoolgirl wins parking banner compeition

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live

    A schoolgirl from Bradford has won a competition to design a new parking banner.

    Nimra Hussain from Grove House Primary School's poster was voted the best by the people of the city.

    The winning design will now feature outside 29 primary schools across Bradford.

    Parking Banner
  10. Deodorant causes fire alarm incident at York Hospital

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live

    A fire alarm was activated at York Hospital this afternoon.

    But the cause was not what you might expect...

    Deodorant being sprayed in the toilet led to the call-out for North Yorkshire firefighters:

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  11. Police appeal for help in Sheffield fatal shooting case

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live

    Detectives investigating the death of a Sheffield man have thanked the public for their help during the investigation.

    Aseel Al-Essaie was shot and killed on Daniel Hill in the city last month.

    Daniel Hill

    Police are continuing to ask anyone with information to contact them on 101.

    Four men, two women and two teenage boys are currently on bail after being arrested after Aseel Al-Essaie's death.

    Quote Message: Any piece or information, no matter how small or irrelevant you believe it to be, could be crucial to our investigation.” from Det Ch Insp Steve Whittaker South Yorkshire Police
    Det Ch Insp Steve Whittaker South Yorkshire Police
  12. One lane still closed after Leeds Inner Ring Road collision

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live

    Things are improving on the Leeds Inner Ring Road ahead of rush hour.

    Only one lane is still closed after an earlier collision.

    We've just had this update from West Yorkshire Police:

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  13. Rhea on run spotted in Wakefield

    Nick Wilmshurst

    BBC Local Live, Yorkshire

    Here's something you don't see everyday in Wakefield:

    Rhea

    It's a Rhea that's been spotted on a day out in a car park in the city this afternoon.

    Chris (that's a name I've given him/her.. geddit?) was rather unceremoniously rescued by the RSPCA who came out to make sure he/she was kept safe.

    Rhea
  14. We got you Babe....

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live, Sheffield

    Could this be the cutest puppet ever?

    Babe is appearing in a show based on the 1995 film of the same name, based on the story of the pig that thinks it's a sheepdog.

    It's on at Chesterfield's Pomegranate Theatre until Saturday.

    Video content

    Video caption: Babe
  15. BBC Look North weatherman changes strip for a good cause

    It was a slightly bitter pill for BBC Look North weatherman (and Bradford City fan) Paul Hudson to swallow, but it was all in the name of charity. 

    Paul Hudson in Town shirt

    Paul donned the Terriers' shirt to raise money for the Jo Cox Foundation at an event last night, after he was offered £1,000 to do it by Dean Hoyle, Town's chairman.

    The presenter tweeted "Well how could I not do! £1,000 for a brilliant charity and in memory of a remarkable lady Jo Cox"

  16. Sheffield takeaway closed due to anti-social behaviour

    Kevin Larkin

    BBC Local Live, Sheffield

    A Sheffield takeaway was closed over the weekend due to anti-social behaviour.

    Police were given a temporary closure notice for the S1 Food Bar in Fitzalan Square on Saturday.

    S1 Food Bar

    Authorities are applying for permission to close the takeaway for an initial three months and possibly for longer.

    Sheffield Magistrates Court will decide on the application later this month.