UVA notices in the mail

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.

Happening today, notices are going in the mail for any UVA student who's social security number was exposed. The school says the numbers were printed on brochures from student health insurance company, Aetna. More than 18-thousand students were affected. They'll all be provided free credit monitoring services.

New overnight, we now know a Massachusetts police sergeant is relieved of duty after he releases graphic photos of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. The officer says he wanted to show Tsarnaev's real face in response to Rolling Stone "glamorizing the face of terror."

It's making history and not in a good way. The largest municipality in America files for Chapter Nine Bankruptcy protection. Detroit is unable to pay its 18- Billion dollars in debt. The city's Emergency Financial Manager calls the unprecedented move, the "first step toward restoring" Detroit.

Later today, Katherine Jackson, the mother of the late "King of Pop" will take the stand in the wrongful death suit against his tour promoters. We will update you on the case.

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