It's Early May Bank Holiday this weekend. Will the weather live up to tradition? Jon Mitchell has the forecast.Read the full story ›
Just one day to go until the start of the Tour de Yorkshire and Sir Bradley Wiggins - probably the biggest attraction in the mens' tour - celebrates his 36th birthday with a jovial plea for a cake!
There's been a chilly start to the day with snow falling on higher ground - the footage below taken at Todmorden. Rain is forecast for later.
Early morning forecast for North, South and West Yorkshire:
And for Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire:
Bradford MP Naz Shah was suspended by the Labour party earlier today - over a series of anti-semitic posts on social media.
Naz Shah faced outrage about the comments she made attacking Israel, made before she was an MP. She was suspended just an hour after she made a public apology in the Commons.
See Paul Brand's full report here:
Labour MP Naz Shah has been suspended from the Labour party pending an investigation over alleged anti-Semitic comments.Read the full story ›
Danni Lee, who has not been seen since March 20, is believed to be with 28-year-old David ManningRead the full story ›
Police in Leeds say they are "very concerned" for a teenage girl who has been missing from home since yesterday.
Hannah Davies, 15, went missing from Cardigan Fields, Kirkstall, in Leeds, at around 8.15pm.
"We are very concerned for Hannah's welfare and urgently need to establish her whereabouts. She is known to frequent both Bradford and Leeds and we have been carrying out extensive enquiries to trace her since she went missing. We would ask that anyone who has seen her or who has any information that could assist in finding her contact us immediately."
The former Leeds Rhinos and England rugby league star will bring an end to his rugby career at the end of Yorkshire Carnegie's season.Read the full story ›
Jeremy Corbyn has criticised Bradford West MP Naz Shah over a controversial Facebook post appearing to endorse the relocation of Israelis to the United States.
The Labour leader said: “What Naz Shah did was offensive and unacceptable. I have spoken to her and made this clear. These are historic social media posts made before she was a Member of Parliament. Naz has issued a fulsome apology. She does not hold these views and accepts she was completely wrong to have made these posts. The Labour Party is implacably opposed to anti-Semitism and all forms of racism.”