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.
We are tracking Breaking News from Richmond. A dive team is looking for a car in the James River after a driver launches his car off a dock. Emergency crews got calls around 8:30 last night from several people saying they saw a car drive into the water. Crews say they aren't sure if someone was in the car. We will keep you posted on any new developments throughout the morning.
Happening today, the Henrico mother convicted of trying to kill her newborn baby could to learn her fate this afternoon. Investigators say she put the child in a plastic bag, and then in a dryer!
Also expected in court today is the man arrested in connection with an attempted abduction of a 10-year-old girl. 52-year-old Shahriar Bakhtiarizade is set to face a judge on a misdemeanor stalking charge, just before 9am. The Chesterfield man turned himself to police last week, after a 10-year-old reported a man tried to lure her into his car.
Tough new policies this morning at UVA. This announcement comes following the accidental printing of up to 18,000 student's social security numbers on address labels. The university says its procedures will now be reviewed by a special task force. It's an extra step in security to make sure the personal information of staff and students are protected. UVA President, Teresa Sullivan announced the creation of the task force in a letter to students and staff on Monday.