Wales door still open for David Brooks insists under-21 boss Page

Wales Under-21 boss Robert Page says the door is still open for David Brooks despite the teenage midfielder joining up with England. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Lancashire v Yorkshire: Peter Handscomb hits 76-ball century as Roses rivals draw

Peter Handscomb’s 76-ball century for Yorkshire is the highlight on day four as their Roses match with Lancashire is drawn. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Enda Stevens: Sheffield United sign Portsmouth left-back on three-year deal

Sheffield United sign Portsmouth left-back Enda Stevens on a three-year deal before their return to the Championship. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Commuters rescued from broken train after three-hour wait

Passengers were left stranded for nearly three hours when their train broke down near Leeds station. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Huddersfield Town: No EFL action to be taken for Birmingham City selection

The English Football League will take no action against Huddersfield regarding their starting line-up against Birmingham. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Millwall: EFL calls Wembley pitch invasion ‘completely unacceptable’

The EFL says a pitch invasion by Millwall fans after their play-off final win at Wembley was “completely unacceptable”. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

BBC Radio Leeds Ian Brady music quiz ‘unacceptable’

Listeners were asked to guess the identity of the serial killer from a series of musical clues. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Three people shot in legs and arms in Bradford shooting

The victims were shot in their arms and legs in the Parkway area of the city. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Didcot Power Station collapse: Work to clear site resumes

A new contractor is appointed to finish the work more than a year after four people were killed. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Six UK music festivals are to allow drug testing including Reading and Leeds

At least six UK music festivals are expected to allow people to test their illegal drugs this summer. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds