11/02/2017 Look North (Yorkshire)


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Welcome to Look North. the late news at 10.15pm.


Police say their thoughts are with the family of a 16-year-old


boy, who was stabbed to death in Leeds yesterday afternoon.


Local councillors have said it's important the community supports


each other and the police and also allows the family privacy to grieve.


A 15-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of murder.


24 hours after police were called to Harehills Lane in Leeds,


There are several police cars in the area,


but in the tightly-packed grid of residential streets,


rippling out from where the 16-year-old boy was stabbed.


A white tent stands isolated, marking the centre


The victim was taken to hospital, but died a short time later.


There is a distinct air of quiet unease amongst the shopkeepers


and residents who work and live here.


Actually, about four o'clock, when the police came here, so...


And I just saw that the police had closed the roads,


so I don't know what's happening, I know this is somebody


from around just here and they've been stabbed, so...


Terrible, I would think. You're not safe nowhere, are you?


Detectives have taken an unusual step - not just asking


for the help of witnesses, but looking for people


who may have recorded a video of what happened on their phones.


Local councillors have called on the community to support


It is the second time in less than a month that violence


19-year-old Rahim Wilkes was shot dead outside a barber's shop


less than a mile away on the 26th of January.


Police have said the two cases are not linked.


As this investigation continues, the Leeds District Commander


for West Yorkshire Police has taken to Twitter.


He praised his officers and staff for their work last night,


but he said, "The thoughts with the force remain


and said "We will do all we can to support them."


The girlfriend of murdered Huddersfield backpacker,


Peter Falconio, has gone back to Australia -


15 years after his death - to "bring him home".


The 28-year-old was shot dead while travelling through the Outback


A man's been jailed for murder, but Peter's body


Joanne, now 43, returned to the scene of the incident as part


of a TV documentary, due to be broadcast in Australia tomorrow.


She believes his body could still be found.


Fire-fighters in South Yorkshire are responding to medical


emergencies at a rate of almost one a day.


A new partnership with the Ambulance Service saw


fire crews from Rossington, Stocksbridge and Dearne respond


to 358 health-related call-outs last year.


Cases ranged from cardiac arrests to keeping patients comfortable


Onto sport, and Sheffield Wednesday opened up a five point gap


in the Championship play-off zone, ahead of today's matches.


New signing, Jordan Rhodes, got Wednesday off to a great start,


scoring on his home debut against Birmingham.


The three points were then secured in the last ten minutes,


thanks to Sam Winnall, and Adam Reach, who came off


Castleford Tigers made a fantastic start to the new Super League


They had the game in the bag at half-time, thanks to tries


And it took them just 96 seconds to open their account


Sheffield golfer, Danny Willett, is in a strong position


going into the final round of the Maybank


Last year's Masters champion goes into tomorrow's final round,


with a three-shot lead over his nearest rival.


Willet made six birdies in his third round, including one on each


Here's Abi with the forecast for the next few days.


Well, some wintry showers feeding in from the east overnight tonight,


predominately falling as rain or sleet over lower levels,


but the higher you go, certainly up above 200-300m,


this is where we could see accumulations of snow and we may


well see between 10 and 15 centimetres overnight,


so we do have a warning out there for the Pennines for this.


But overnight temperatures in towns and in cities down


at about one or two Celsius, so we shouldn't see too much


frost or ice first thing, just a very cloudy, cold,


gloomy kind of start, with further wintry outbreaks


spreading in from the east and the risk of seeing


further snow as well, just on the highest of ground.


Temperatures tomorrow really struggling, only up


at about three or four Celsius, and we factor in this really quite


strong easterly breeze, that's going to really take


Probably feeling more like one or two, but the temperatures


are slowly on their way up as we head through to


By Monday, Tuesday, they could be up at about five or six and,


by midweek onwards, we could be seeing them in double figures.


That's all we have time for this afternoon.


Do have a lovely evening, whatever you plan to do. Goodbye for now.


Good afternoon. An afternoon to snuggle up in front of the telly and


watch some rugby. It's been a cold winter's day. Not just for humans.


This shot was taken earlier. There was some sunshine in Scotland, here


a beautiful afternoon. That was the expectation for most. It's bleak out


there. A mixture of rain and snow on the radar. You have to go a long way


up the hills to find settling snow. Into the evening and temperatures


begin to fall again, we could see some of the white stuff turning up


again at lower levels


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