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Air ambulance called as 'serious crash' closes B1240 near Preston outside of Hull

A major road is closed following a serious crash just outside Hull this afternoon. Police have said the stretch of road at the junction of the B1240 and Lelley Road, between Preston and Sproatley, is shut. Emergency services are at the scene, with a heli

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Drama as car crashes into canal in Wansford

A driver had a lucky escape after crashing their car into a canal. Humberside Police and Yorkshire Ambulance Service were called to the scene at Wansford, near Driffield, after being called about a car submerged in the water. The incident happened at abo

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police want to speak to these two men following a burglary in Stockholm Road, Hull

Police have released CCTV images of two men they want to speak to in connection to a north Hull burglary. Officers have said a building in Stockholm Road was broken into on the night of April 4. Thieves caused damage to a coffee machine and stole paperwo

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Aaron McLean and four more former Hull City players you didn't realise were still playing

It's been quite a fall from grace for Aaron McLean. Since leaving Hull City in 2014, the striker has struggled to settle at any of the four clubs he has joined, resulting in a slide down the league ladder. In just three years he has slipped from the Prem

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

​Hull FC player ratings and stats after key win at Leigh Centurions

Hull FC reporter Paul Clarke offers his verdict on the player performances during the Black and Whites' 24-10 victory at Leigh Centurions. Starters Jamie Shaul: Solid enough from the full-back. He was impressive with some scoots from dummy-half and came

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Live updates as Lego daffodils go up for grabs in Hull 2017

Today is the day you can get your hands on cultural history. From 2pm, visitors to King Edward Square will be able to get their hands on a Lego daffodil, which are part of the UK City of Culture celebrations. The newly regenerated space outside the forme

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

What Theresa May's snap general election could mean for Hull and East Yorkshire MPs

Political parties face a race against time to get their candidates in place for June's snap general election. They have just a few weeks to organise campaigns, leafleting and the nomination of candidates. In our region, it's expected all the current sitt

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LIVE as Theresa May calls general election for June 8

Prime Minister Theresa May has announced a snap general election. The election will be held on June 8. The prime minister announced the news in a statement outside 10 Downing Street on Tuesday morning. The move came as a surprise to many political commen

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull City fans urge club to sign Inter Milan loanee Andrea Ranocchia on a permanent deal in summer

Over two-thirds of Hull City fans would like to see Andrea Ranocchia made a permanent City player in the summer. When asked which current loaned player they would most like to see become a full time Tiger, 68 per cent of City fans voted for Andrea Ranocc

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Lorraine Ferguson, 69, scratched woman's car 18 times calling her a 'lesbian' and a 'w****'

A west Hull woman scratched abusive words into another woman's car 18 times. Lorraine Ferguson, 69, scratched her victim's black Toyota Auris on 18 separate occasions including scoring in a variety of words including "lesbian" as well as...

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LIVE Hull City news and rumours as Marco Silva admits David Meyler will be a big miss

Good morning and welcome to Tuesday's LIVE blog. Easter is over and we're all back to work after eating far too much chocolate. No such pleasures for Hull City though as they start preparing for their next game against Watford at the KCOM Stadium. A must

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tour de Yorkshire banner row over Now Then Borr How Is't? message - can you understand it?

A banner welcoming Tour de Yorkshire riders into Driffield on Friday has divided opinion in the town. For some people claim its message – Now Then Borr How Is't? – does not make sense. Driffield Town Council say the wording is a traditional greeting in E

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Moving tributes to Dave Shephard who died from heart attack in his north Hull sweet shop

Tributes have poured in for a popular north Hull sweet shop owner who has died after suffering a heart attack in the store where he spent his life. Dave Shephard, 70, who has been described by his wife as a "legend in north Hull", served...

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LIVE as BBC Radio 1 give away Big Weekend Hull 2017 tickets

Good morning. It is now just over a week since tens of thousands of people waited to see if they could get tickets to the city's biggest festival of the year - and possibly decade. Radio 1's Big Weekend tickets sold out in a little under one hour, meanin

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

'Dangerous' rats infest pensioner's Hull home as fly-tippers dump mounds of rubbish

These pictures show how disgusting mounds of rubbish are attracting rats which are now plaguing a west Hull home. Pensioner Christine Carter, 64, says rubbish dumped near her Rose Avenue home, off Beverley Road, has attracted a "dangerous"...

18 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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