Four things you should know in Yorkshire today

Today we heard how a senior police officer has been arrested and suspended on suspicion of perverting the course of justice; learned of major investment plans for South Yorkshire; saw the return of jukeboxes that play vinyl records; and said goodbye to Ferrybridge C power station.

The Rocket Vinyl Jukebox prototype is introduced by Chris Black, director of by Soundleisure in Leeds.

Here are four things you need to know so far today:

‘Racism probe’ detective arrested

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A senior West Yorkshire detective being investigated by her own force for allegedly making racist comments at a work Christmas party has been arrested and suspended from duty on suspicion of perverting the course of justice.

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Massive cash boost for South Yorkshire

Hundreds of millions of pounds could be poured into roads, business parks and other infrastructure in South Yorkshire years after the area finalised its devolution deal with the Government.

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Jukeboxes back in the groove

A Leeds company has turned back the clock to become the only company in the world producing vinyl record-playing jukeboxes.

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Lights go out at Ferrybridge

Fifty years of electricity generation ended at Ferrybridge C power station today when work began to decommission one of Yorkshire’s most recognisable landmarks.

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