Good morning it's Gray. Here's a look at some of the stories you will want to catch before you leave the house on 12 News Today.
If you are hitting the road for the Fourth of July Holiday, don't miss Andrew's forecast. Looks like we are in store for a wet Wednesday.
Breaking news this morning: Police find a man shot and killed in Downtown Richmond. Now the search is on for the person who pulled the trigger. Just before 11 o'clock Tuesday night, officers found a man who had been shot on East Marshall Street. If you know anything that can help police, call Crime Stoppers at 780-1000.
Also breaking overnight, two men take off from a police checkpoint and a scuba team ends up rescuing one of them from a nearby pond. This morning, the second man, is still on the run. This all happened in Chesterfield, near the Chippenham Parkway and Iron Bridge Road.
Developing: It's terror for a disabled man confined to his bed. He says he was beaten inside of his home. The search continues this morning for the person responsible. We will tell you where this happened and you will hear from the victim.
The White House says it's delaying a major part of a law until after the Mid-term Elections! It's putting off the requirement that medium and large companies offer medical coverage for a year. The health law requires companies with 50 or more workers to offer affordable coverage to their employees or face potentially large fines.
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