Delays on Leeds-bound M1 After Multi-vehicle Crash at Wakefield

35 minutes ago - West
Delays on Leeds-bound M1 after multi-vehicle crash at Wakefield. A MULTI-vehicle accident is causing delays on the Leeds-bound M1 at Wakefield this morning. -> Read more at Morley Observer

Warehouse Manager Mark Johnson and EBay Seller Helen Parsons

Warehouse Manager Mark Johnson and EBay Seller Helen Parsons46 minutes ago - Business
Warehouse manager Mark Johnson and eBay seller Helen Parsons . A trusted warehouse manager stole leather goods worth almost £25,000 from his employer before giving them to a woman to sell on eBay. Mark Johnson, 47, was employed at 7 Vision Ltd in Driffield when he pilfered designer leather goods from his workplace. Between April 2014 and April 2016, he stole £24,242 worth of... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Bransholme Dad Tackles Knife-wielding Burglar Daniel Bridges

Bransholme Dad Tackles Knife-wielding Burglar Daniel Bridges48 minutes ago - East
Bransholme dad tackles knife-wielding burglar Daniel Bridges. A Bransholme father-of-two tackled a knife-wielding burglar trying to break into his family's shed. Daniel Bridges was high on cocaine and diazepam when he was caught red-handed trying to prize open the shed doorDespite Bridges, 33, clutching a knife and a wrench, the family man wrestled him to the ground and pinned him down... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Mum Helps Stop Daughter from Choking on Sweet at North Point

Mum Helps Stop Daughter from Choking on Sweet at North Point49 minutes ago - East
Mum helps stop daughter from choking on sweet at North Point . A five-year-old girl was saved from choking on a sweet by her quick-thinking mum who remembered a 90-second video on the Mail's website. Tina Jagger, 39, had stopped at Cooplands in Bransholme's North Point Shopping Centre on Saturday to buy lunch for daughter Jessica Cain. But as the pair joined a lengthy queue, a... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Suspended Jail Sentence for Woman Who Had Knife in Street: Hull

Suspended Jail Sentence for Woman Who Had Knife in Street: Hull52 minutes ago - East
Suspended jail sentence for woman who had knife in street: Hull . An update of people convicted and sentenced in the courts in Hull and the East Riding Lorraine Greasley, 44, of Alexandra Street, Spring Bank, west Hull, received a 26-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for carrying a 6 to 8ins kitchen knife in Leonard Street, west Hull. She must pay £85 costs and a... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Live Traffic and News Updates for Hull: Traffic Lights out in

Live Traffic and News Updates for Hull: Traffic Lights out in53 minutes ago - East
Live traffic and news updates for Hull: Traffic lights out in . Follow our updates throughout the day as we bring you news on the traffic, travel and headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire as it happens. We'll be keeping an eye on the roads throughout the day to make sure you stay up to date with the latest travel information, including accidents, crime and courts news, road... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Fire Crews Called when DIY Job Went Wrong

1 hour ago - North
Fire crews called when DIY job went wrong. Scarborough crews attended a fire in a kitchen after a gas pipe was cut during some DIY work. -> Read more at The Scarborough News

Man Impaled on Railings in Scarborough

2 hours ago - North
Man impaled on railings in Scarborough. Firefighters have come to a man's aid after he became impaled on railings in Scarborough. -> Read more at The Scarborough News

Suspected Drug Driver Arrested After Chase Through South Yorkshire Estate

2 hours ago - South
Suspected drug driver arrested after chase through South Yorkshire estate. A suspected drug driver was arrested after a police chase through a South Yorkshire estate. -> Read more at The Star

LETTER: Beakers Were Not Just Limited to Batley!

2 hours ago - West
LETTER: Beakers were not just limited to Batley! Not to be outdone by the Batley commemorative beaker shown in the letters page (February 9 edition), I had to send you this picture of one from mighty Dewsbury! -> Read more at Dewsbury Reporter

WEATHER: Sheffield Set for a Cloudy Morning and Rainy Afternoon

3 hours ago - South
WEATHER: Sheffield set for a cloudy morning and rainy afternoon. Sheffield is set for a cloudy and overcast morning, with light rain expected this afternoon. -> Read more at The Star

Leeds Woman Reveals Trauma of Ectopic Pregnancy in Bid to Raise Awareness

3 hours ago - West
Leeds woman reveals trauma of ectopic pregnancy in bid to raise awareness. When Jessica Graham discovered she was pregnant with her first child, she was delighted. -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Law Relishing Prospect of Another Shot at Bolton in Play-off Final

Law Relishing Prospect of Another Shot at Bolton in Play-off Final3 hours ago - Sport
Law relishing prospect of another shot at Bolton in play-off final. NICKY Law would love another crack at Bolton this season – at Wembley. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Keep It Up! Kieren Westwood's Call to In-form Sheffield Wednesday

3 hours ago - Sport
Keep it up! Kieren Westwood's call to in-form Sheffield Wednesday. Goalkeeper Keiren Westwood has challenged his team mates to maintain the excellent form that has reaped four wins in a row for the in-form Owls. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Sheffield United: No Squad Better Than Ours in This League, Says Chris Wilder

3 hours ago - Sport
Sheffield United: No squad better than ours in this league, says Chris Wilder. Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder insisted he would not swap his players for any others in the division following their top of the table clash with Scunthorpe. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Leeds United YEP Jury Verdict: A Point Better Than None from Difficult Trip to Town

3 hours ago - Sport
Leeds United YEP Jury verdict: A point better than none from difficult trip to Town. The YEP Jury give their verdict on Leeds United’s 1-1 Sky Bet Championship draw with Ipswich Town at Portman Road on Saturday. -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Phil Hay's Big Match Verdict: Whites Dig in to Make a Point at Ipswich Town

3 hours ago - Sport
Phil Hay's Big Match Verdict: Whites dig in to make a point at Ipswich Town. “We all know that if they get on a roll they’ll be hard to stop, ” wrote Mick McCarthy of his boyhood club in Saturday’s programme. “It’s looking that way. ” -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Cafe Up for Top Tourism Award

Cafe Up for Top Tourism Award3 hours ago - Business
Cafe up for top tourism award. A DELIGHTED couple who own an East Yorkshire cafe are raising a cuppa in celebration after it was nominated for a prestigious tourism award. -> Read more at York Press

New Beverley Restaurant Plan Sparks Controversy

New Beverley Restaurant Plan Sparks Controversy3 hours ago - Business
New Beverley restaurant plan sparks controversy. PLANS for a new bistro restaurant in Beverley will be considered by councillors next month, following a series of objections from local people. -> Read more at York Press

Sheffield Man Picks his Happiest Sound

3 hours ago - South
Sheffield man picks his happiest sound. Birdsong, a grandchild’s laugh and peeling a banana - Andy Walker has no doubt what his happiest sounds are. -> Read more at The Star

Sheffield United: Why Bearded Jack O'Connell's Family are Fans of the Blades United 1 Scunthorpe 1

3 hours ago - Sport
Sheffield United: Why bearded Jack O'Connell's family are fans of the Blades United 1 Scunthorpe 1. Bearded and slightly bewildered by the fact they did not win the game, Jack O’Connell stroked his freshly grown whiskers as he revealed Sheffield United have a new fan club back home in Liverpool. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Sheffield United: No Time Being Set on Striker's Return from Injury

3 hours ago - Sport
Sheffield united: No time being set on striker's return from injury. Chris Wilder has admitted it is impossible to say when Leon Clarke will return to action following his latest injury set-back. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Barnsley 0 Brighton 2: Reds Boss Paul Heckingbottom Hands It to Top Quality Seagulls

3 hours ago - Sport
Barnsley 0 Brighton 2: Reds boss Paul Heckingbottom hands it to top quality Seagulls. Barnsley boss Paul Heckingbottom handed credit to Brighton after they produced a sparkling second-half performance to sink the hosts. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Doncaster Rovers Sweating on Jordan Houghton Injury

3 hours ago - Sport
Doncaster Rovers sweating on Jordan Houghton injury. Doncaster Rovers are sweating on the fitness of key midfielder Jordan Houghton after the on-loan Chelsea youngster suffered a serious-looking knee injury in Saturday’s 1-1 draw with Luton Town. -> Read more at Doncaster Free Press

Free Broadband for Leeds Homes as Council Bids to Galvanise £45m Digital Revolution

3 hours ago - West
Free broadband for Leeds homes as council bids to galvanise £45m digital revolution. THOUSANDS of disadvantaged people in Leeds could be handed free home broadband and tablet computers as city bosses bid to boost the digital economy and galvanise an electronic revolution. -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post