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The man is questioned over claims he racially abused a waitress at a force's Christmas party.
Josh McCarthy and Chris Ducker died in a crash on the Tinsley Viaduct in January 2018.
The abuse victim says she went into "full meltdown" after hearing her name on air, a court hears.
Officers could be heard warning there was chaos outside the ground in recordings played to the jury.
The words date from 1100 to 1800 and came from diaries, letters, court records and early tax rolls.
Three other people in the car have been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Sheffield Wednesday owner Dejphon Chansiri says the club could be placed under a transfer embargo for the second time in less than a year.
The force said people applying for a job must send photos of their tattoos with their applications.
Match commander David Duckenfield and ex-Sheffield Wednesday club secretary Graham Mackrell are on trial.
Sheffield United defender Martin Cranie extends his contract with the Championship club until the end of the season.
The letters bear a West Midlands postmark and one threatens to stab congregation members.
South Yorkshire Fire Service must replace its thermal imaging cameras swiftly, chiefs are told.
Pamela Horvathova, 16, has not been seen for more than three weeks.
David Duckenfield contributed to the deaths of "wholly innocent" Liverpool fans, a court hears.
The proposed closures, affecting 1,045 staff, are part of its plan to shut more than 100 stores by 2022.
Sheffield cutlery manufacturers say a new bill would stop them accessing the online market.
A student paramedic was also taken to hospital after the accident in Sheffield.
Preview followed by live coverage of Tuesday's The FA Cup game between Luton Town and Sheffield Wednesday.
A 16-year-old girl died when the car she was travelling in hit a tree.
Match commander David Duckenfield denies gross negligence manslaughter over the deaths of 95 people.