Tim Hoggarth captured the lightning in Huddersfield last night:
Calendar viewer Leanne Henry from Otley has sent in these pictures and video of last night's silent lightning storm.
The eye of the storm went directly over our house. The sky was bright red! I've never seen anything like it.
A painting by Bradford-born artist David Hockney has sold at auction for more than £3m.
Arranged Felled Trees, which shows the East Yorkshire landscape, was painted in 2008.
It went under the hammer at Sotheby's in London last night and sold for £3,397,000.
The auctioneer's estimated value was £2m.
Calendar viewers have been sending in their pictures and videos of thunder and lightning in the Calendar region after the heatwave.Read the full story ›
The operation to return home the bodies of British citizens murdered in the Tunisian beach massacre will continue today.
Relatives of eight victims of gunman Seifeddine Rezgui gathered at RAF Brize Norton yesterday to see their coffins carried off a military transport aircraft by an air force guard of honour.
Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond said the other 22 would arrive back in the UK "over the coming days".
Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary says police forces must reassess their approach to child protection, in a series of reports published today
A report specifically on the safety of children say the plans of senior officers have failed to result in consistently good services, and investigations, on occasions were poor and plagued by delay.
Drusilla Sharpling, Her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary, who lead the investigations says forces across the country should learn from the abuse scandal in Rotherham.
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Wakefield Wildcats came from 16 points behind to Hull FC to claim their first win in 17 games.
Tries from Miller, Owen, Arundel, Ryan saw Wildcats score 26 unanswered points as they got just their third win in the Super League this season.
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As temperatures soared today, it wasn't just people who were enduring the heat.
While many of us bathed in the summer sun, those who look after the residents of Yorkshire Wildlife Park had to come up some more inventive ways to keep the animals cool.
Grace Melody Gardner reports: