Concern for Hull man missing without taking medication
Police are very concerned for a Hull man who's gone missing and is not thought to have taken his medication.
Kevin Hunt has been missing since about 08:30 this morning and was last seen around the Durham Street and Holderness Road area.
The 62-year-old, who usually wears a colourful shirt, is not thought to have any money on him.
Anyone who sees him is asked to contact Humberside Police as soon as possible.
Motorist pulls over and gives lift to chase policeman
A motorist spotted a police officer chasing a wanted man on foot and pulled over to give the officer a lift.
The "helpful" driver picked up the policeman on Belgrave Drive as he pursued a suspect on a bicycle.
Humberside Police said the officer had been in a patrol car but had abandoned it on Pickering Road to give chase.
The cyclist had started to get away from him but the assistance of the driver, he was able to catch up and arrest the suspect, who has been charged with theft, burglary and fraud.
The driver's identity is currently unknown and police have appealed for him to get in touch so they can thank him for his help.
Two men sought over Hull stabbing
Police are hunting for two men wanted in connection with a stabbing in Hull which left a man in hospital.
Police want to talk to Andrew Kyle Reid (above left), 33, and Jamie Stewart (above right), 32, after a man was stabbed and assaulted outside shops on Shannon Road at about 23:00 on Sunday.
Det Insp Allison Sweeting said: "I believe they could still be in the Hull area so I am appealing to them to get in touch with us."
Members of the public have been warned by police they would be committing a crime if they are "harbouring these wanted men".
A man who was taken to hospital after the incident is described as having serious injuries which are not life-threatening.
Officers have said that those involved are known to each other and "there was and is no further threat to the wider community".
Missing 80-year-old woman found safe and well in Hull
An 80-year-old woman who went missing from Hull has been found safe and well this morning, police say.
Humberside Police thanked members of their public for their "concern" after Annette Redfearn was located in Hull.
Hull University scientists in Vietnam river survey
A team of scientists from the University of Hull has travelled to Vietnam to carry out a river survey.
The team is working in the Mekong Delta, studying the Hau River, alongside scientists from Can Tho University.
British Ambassador to Vietnam Gareth Ward has shared photographs on Twitter of himself alongside the group of scientists.
Jansin Turgut: Hull FC auctions jerseys to support family
Jerseys worn by Jansin Turgut are to be auctioned off by Hull FC to help raise funds to support their ex-player who's in hospital with "severe injuries" in Ibiza after falling from the third floor of a multi-storey car park.
The club says money raised from selling the matchday strips will go to the family of the 23-year-old "during their hour of need" as they remain by his bedside at the Nuestra Senora del Rosario Clinic Hospital.
He is due to address the Royal College of Nursing conference today and on 18 June he will appear with his wife Nic during an event at Hull's Bonus Arena.
Hull Royal Infirmary sees busiest ever week in A&E
Hull Royal Infirmary says last week was the busiest it has ever recorded in accident and emergency.
More than 3,000 people required treatment between 13 May and 19, with staff seeing about 400 patients a day.
The hospital has been described as unseasonably busy, with average figures at this time of year usually at about 340 patients a day.
On a busy day, staff might expect to see in the region of 380 patients, but on 13 May the hospital says it saw about 450 people.
Staff dealt with large numbers of children and older people but also more walking wounded and about a quarter of patients - about 100 a day - could have been seen quicker elsewhere.
It's not known what's behind the increased numbers which are putting pressure on the service with members of the public encouraged to make themselves aware of the different facilities on offer in the area.
Ben Raynor Clinical Director at City Health Care Partnership said: "This actually feels slightly worse than the winter peaks, it's just relentless at the moment."
GPS tracker leads Hull police to stolen car
Police in Hull say they were able to recover a stolen car because it had been fitted with a GPS tracker.
Humberside Police shared a picture on Twitter of the vehicle which was recovered in the east of the city after being stolen.
The force's roads policing section said: "It's always worth considering a tracker if you buy a new vehicle. It can assist with speedy recovery."
British Steel: Hull MP wants Humber docklands regeneration
There have been calls for greater security measures to be taken at the site and the authorities say somebody could be killed if the trespassing continues.
The former trawler company offices at the old St Andrews fishing dock, which has stood empty for several years, is on Hull City Council's list of of architecturally or historically significant buildings.
Police seek man who helped Pocklington sex attack teen
Police are trying to find a man who went to the aid of a teenage girl who was being sexually assaulted in Pocklington two years ago.
A 15-year-old girl has recently come forward to say she was being attacked on Chapel Hill in Pocklington when a man in his 30s came to her aid and her attacker fled.
Officers are working with the girl to establish the full circumstances of the incident and believe this man could be a key witness.
Humberside Police say the appeal is "a long-shot" but they are hoping he will get in touch.
Hull station entrance shuts in anti-social behaviour trial
An entrance to Hull's Paragon Station will be closed for three months as part of a trial to try and cut anti-social behaviour.
TransPennine Express, which manages the station, believes persistent vandalism is caused by people cutting through.
From 17 June, the Anlaby Road entrance will be closed every day between 09:30 and 16:30.
Beverley station toddler platform fall investigation
An incident in which a toddler fell between the platform and a train at Beverley station is going to be investigated by the official rail safety regulator.
The child suffered only slight injuries in the accident, which involved a stationary train and happened yesterday afternoon.
Because someone was injured, details are being forwarded to the safety regulator which will look at what led to the incident and may make recommendations.
So-called "platform train interface accidents" are the main cause of injuries on Britain's rail network and they're becoming more frequent.
Experts say this is partly because of people rushing more and using mobile phones when getting on and off trains.
Prisoners' soldier sculpture stands guard at Hull charity
A life-sized metal sculpture of a soldier made by prisoners in Hull is now standing guard at the offices of a charity which helps veterans.
The soldier statue was created by inmates in HMP Hull's engineering workshop before being donated to Hull4Heroes.
Writing on Facebook, the charity said: "What a great piece of work. This is a really credit to the lads who made it. Thank you so much."
The sculpture is at the Hull4Heroes offices on Whitefriargate and the charity joked: "Shoplifters and laptop thieves please beware, our new guardsman will catch you and come down on you like a ton of metal."
Designed by Mark Gregory, the display brings Yorkshire to the heart of London by incorporating a canal lock built from reclaimed York stone, a lock keeper's cottage, authentic lock gates and a meadow.
York's acting royalty, Dame Judy Dench (top), visited in an aptly floral dress and the Bard of Barnsley, poet Ian McMillan (above), who wrote a poem about the garden, did some pensive pondering amid the tranquil scene.
Meanwhile, Harrogate's Jim Carter (Downton Abbey's Carson) and wife Imelda Staunton appeared ready to help out should an errant canal boat appear...
In pictures: Cable damage delays East Coast trains
If you're travelling on the East Coast Main Line this morning, this is the reason why you may well have been affected by long delays and slow progress:
Train company LNER has released this image of the damage caused to an overhead cable between Retford and Newark North Gate.
The damage means the southbound line of the East Coast Main Line is currently blocked.
Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and London trains are affected and may be cancelled or delayed by up to 60 minutes, according to National Rail Enquries.
The company says it doesn't know yet what caused the damage. Disruption is expected until 12:00.
New rapid assessment centre for rough sleepers in Hull
Rough sleepers on the streets of Hull are to get more support in the form of a new rapid assessment centre.
Hull City Council has secured government money of more than £700,000 which will pay for a hub offering advice and a safe place to stay for a short period.
The centre will look at moving people away from living on the streets to permanent accommodation.
Damaged electric wires causing rail delays
If you're travelling by rail from York railway station you're being warned to expect delays.
Damage to the overhead electric wires between Retford and Newark North Gate means the southbound line of the East Coast Main Line is currently blocked.
National Rail Enquiries says Hull, Leeds, Newcastle and London trains are affected and may be cancelled or delayed by up to 60 minutes.
Disruption is expected until 12:00.
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Yorkshire garden wins gold at Chelsea Flower Show
A garden celebrating Yorkshire's canals and industrial heritage has won a gold medal at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
The garden, by tourism organisation Welcome to Yorkshire and designed by Mark Gregory, features genuine canal lock gates donated by the Canal & River Trust.
It's the 10th time Welcome to Yorkshire has entered a garden at the famous Royal Horticultural Society competition and was described as its "most ambitious to date".
Reacting to the news, Welcome to Yorkshire said it was "amazing news" and that it was "over the moon".