Labour's Keith Hunter has been elected as the new Police and Crime Commissioner of Humberside.
Mr Hunter, who had a 30-year career in the police, ousted Conservative incumbent Matthew Groves with majority of more than 23,000 votes at the second preference stage.
Turnout for the election was 23%.
Keith Hunter is declared the new Police and Crime Commissioner for Humberside.
"I'd like to congratulate Keith Hunter on his success in the election for the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and I look forward to working with him in serving our local communities and keeping them safe."
Second preference votes are being counted for the North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner.
North Yorks PCC count - no candidate secures 50% of vote so it goes to count of 2nd preferences - straight fight between Mulligan & Howley
There was a 7% increase in turnout in North Yorks PCC compared to 2012 - now 22.4%
Sheffield City Council remains a Labour majority council with the party having crossed the 42 seats needed for a majority.
As the counting comes to an end Labour has secured 44 of the 84 seats to give it an unassailable majority, with the Lib Dems taking 18 seats.
Dr Alan Billings has been re-elected as South Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner with more than 50% of the first preference vote.
The Labour candidate holds on to his job despite a series of controversies over Hillsborough Disaster, the Rotherham child sex abuse scandal and calls for an inquiry into the so-called Battle of Orgreave.
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Conservative Party candidate Marc Jones has been elected as Lincolnshire’s new Police and Crime Commissioner.
He fought off competition from Victoria Ayling (UKIP), Lucinda Preston (Labour), and Daniel Simpson (Lincolnshire Independents).
Jones who received 48,033 votes overall will succeed outgoing Independent Alan Hardwick in the post.
Victoria Ayling finished second with 37,420 votes.
Jayne Senior, the whistleblower who lifted the lid on the child sexual exploitation problem in Rotherham, has been elected as a Labour councillor in the borough.
The result continues Labour's dominance in Rotherham with the party strengthening its control with 24 new councillors.
Labour now has 48 seats with 14 for UKIP and just one Independent.
“It has been a tough fight for Labour in Rotherham and I am so pleased that the party has made gains. The party and the council has been doing a lot of work over the past couple of years to change and bring in new people. We have recognised past failings and tried to put them right and I think this election – in which every seat was up for grabs – show that voters recognise the effort that’s been made and they have put their trust in the local party once again. Our job now is to show that we are worthy of that and prove that things really have changed.
“I would like to welcome all the great new councillors that won seats, and I would also like to pay tribute to those who have stepped down. Alan Gosling and Jane Hamilton will be sorely missed and I would like to thank them on behalf of the community for their commitment. The challenge for the new intake is to live up to their example and really offer the dedicated service that Rotherham deserves.”
Labour's Keith Hunter is currently leading the way in the race become the new Police and Crime Commissioner at Humberside Police.
The results of voting in North Lincolnshire put Mr Hunter on 10,831 votes compared to Conservative incumbent Matthew Grove's 8,346.
UKIP's Mike Whitehead polled 4,359 while Liberal Democrat Denis Healy was fourth with 1,748.
The count for the Humberside police and crime commissioner election is underway at The Spa in Bridlington.
Conservative Matthew Grove is the sitting Commissioner.
The Conservative Party remains in control of Craven District Council following this year's local elections.
Thirty seats were contested with average turnout at 41%.
The Conservative Party has increased its majority control of Harrogate Council by two seats following yesterday's local elections.
Following the elections, the breakdown of Harrogate Borough Council is now: 37 Conservative (+2), 15 Lib Dem, 2 Independent, 0 United Alliance (-2)