Here's the latest update for North and West Yorkshire:
And for East and South Yorkshire and Lincolnshire:
Here's our political correspondent Dan Hewitt's report on how British democracy reacted to yesterday's attack in London:
Leeds Town Hall was lit up in the colours of the Union Flag tonight in honour of the victims of the London terror attack.
The town hall's facade was turned red, white and blue as an act of solidarity by Leeds City Council.
The defendants, aged 25 to 55, are charged with offences including rape and traffickingRead the full story ›
A new interactive £1.8m gallery featuring a series of UK-firsts and spectacular live experiments has launched at the Bradford museum.Read the full story ›
Pupils from four schools in Calderdale, who were in London whilst the Westminster terror attack commenced, have been accounted for.Read the full story ›
Jo Cox was murdered on the streets of her own constituency last year by far-right extremist Thomas Mair.Read the full story ›
Mike Pannett does not believe that officers, especially those outside of London, have the right resources to protect themselves.Read the full story ›
It’s World Meteorological Day, there's a new type of cloud, the clocks are going forward and the weather’s improving for the weekend.Read the full story ›
West Yorkshire MP Yvette Cooper says she wants parliament to remain accessible to the public.
Four people were killed in Wednesday's Westminster terror attack, including a police officer and the assailant.
Eight people have been arrested and addresses raided in London, Birmingham and elsewhere in connection with the incident.