Bierley Lane in Bradford is closed in both directions due to a police incident between Newhall Road and Shetcliffe Lane. Traffic is coping well. Affecting traffic between Asda Bradford and Woodlands.
Commuters are being warned to expect delays on the Chain Bar roundabout and all approaches.
It has been reduced to a single lane for emergency repairs to a water main.
Police want to speak to the men pictured below in connection with a robbery in Bradford in which a woman was threatened with a knife and punched and kicked.
The woman had got into her red VW Golf in Harrogate Road at about 6.50pm on June 16th when four men entered the vehicle, one with a knife, while another opened the driver's door and demanded she handed over her keys.
The woman refused and was punched and kicked by the men who ran off with her handbag.
Although the woman was not seriously hurt, this was an upsetting and traumatic experience for her and it is vital we find these men. This incident happened close to a busy parade of shops in broad daylight and we know there were other people in the area at the time. We would urge them to come forward and tell us what they saw.
One man has been arrested and bailed in connection with the enquiry and anyone who might recognise the men pictured is asked to contact Bradford District CID on 101.
Highways England are advising drivers that Chain Bar roundabout at junction 26 of the M62 near Bradford will be reduced to a single lane to allow for emergency repairs to a water main.
Contractors for Yorkshire Water will be carrying out essential repairs to the water main which supplies water to 9,000 people in the surrounding area, from 8pm on Friday 24 June 2016 until 6am on Tuesday 28 June 2016.
The roundabout and all approaches will be reduced to a single lane so that work can be carried out safely.
We understand that this work is going to cause some significant congestion at this busy junction in particular on Monday but it is essential Yorkshire Water fixes the water main to avoid any significant damage to the road surface.
We would advise drivers to avoid the area if they can or allow extra time for their journeys while this work is carried out. We would like to thank drivers for their ongoing patience.
We apologise for any traffic delays whilst we carry out this important repair. We appreciate that motorists will be affected and will ensure the repair is completed as quickly as possible.
Aina Khan from Bradford produced this report after being selected as ITV Yorkshire's Breaking into News candidate.
Breaking into News is an initiative run by Media Trust in partnership with ITV News and ITN to discover hidden media talent and find broadcast journalists of the future.
Aina interviewed people who came to live in her home city many years ago as refugees - as well as one man who arrived with his family a few months ago.
Her report marks Refugee Week, which is especially significant in Bradford, known as a City of Sanctuary.
Four men have been charged with the murder of Bradford man Imran Khan.
Amjad Khan, 30; Ismail Khan, 31; Ziaurahman Khan, 30 and Mohammed Faisal Riaz, 28, have been remanded in custody to appear before Bradford Magistrates Court today (Saturday).
A 34-year-old man, also from Bradford, who was arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to murder, has been bailed pending further enquiries. Two other men aged 21 and 22, also remain on bail.
Mr Khan, who was 30, died following a shooting incident in Round Street, Bradford on Monday night.
Phil Parkinson says he 'fancied a fresh challenge' after leaving Bradford City to become the new Bolton manager.
The 48-year-old signed a two-year deal at the Macron Stadium earlier today.
It brought to an end five years in West Yorkshire during which time Parkinson led the Bantams to a League Cup final and promotion to League One.
The new Bolton boss was complimentary of his former club, and wished Bradford's owners the very best in taking City forward in a new direction.
Bradford City finished fifth in League One last season but lost their playoff semi-final to Millwall.
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A seventh man has been arrested over the fatal shooting of Bradford man Imran Khan.
Mr Khan, 30, died after the incident in Round Street, West Bowling, on Monday night.
A 31-year-old man was arrested in Bradford last night on suspicion of murder and remains in custody today.
Four men, aged 28, 30, 30 and 34, who have also been arrested in connection with Mr Khan's death, also remain in custody.
Two other men aged 21 and 22, have been bailed pending further enquiries.
Police investigating the alleged murder of a Bradford man have arrested two more people.
Imran Khan, 30, was shot dead in Round Street, West Bowling, on Monday night.
Two men, aged 28 and 30, were arrested yesterday in Bradford on suspicion of murder.
A 30-year-old man who was arrested on Tuesday remains in custody today.
Two others, aged 21 and 22, have been released on bail.