Good morning from Gray. Here's a look at some of the stories you will want to catch before you leave the house on 12 News Today.
Developing this morning. We have an update on that Virginia Republican Voter Registration worker accused of throwing out eight completed voter registration forms. We've learned that a judge has found him not guilty. 23-year-old Colin Patrick Small was acquitted. His attorney says the entire thing was a misunderstanding.
We are now hearing for the first time from other jurors in the George Zimmerman murder trial. They're not too happy with Juror B-037's recounting of what happened behind closed doors. We will explain. Here at home, in response to the not guilty verdict in the Zimmerman trial, people will come together at a Richmond church, not in protest, but in prayer. The event takes place at the Fourth Baptist Church on P-Street. Tonight's prayer rally begins at 6:30.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke will begin his semi-annual appearance before Congress today. He will report on the state of the economy. Bernanke will spend two days testifying before The House Financial Services Committee and he will likely be asked about the Fed's time-tables for slowing its bond buying and keeping interest rates low.