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: It's a superintendent shake-up in Henrico County. The man in charge of Henrico's schools, was put on paid leave late last night. He makes close to a quarter million dollars each year. Superintendent Patrick Russo is on leave, and a board member is calling it quits, in what could be the start of a scandal for Henrico schools. There are concerns about Russo's job performance.
A Richmond woman convicted in a crash at a local dialysis center that left one woman dead, could learn her fate today. 49-year-old Sara Clark pled no contest to one count of involuntary manslaughter back in May. More than a year ago. Clark's car crashed into the Davita Dialysis Center, seriously hurting two women inside. 61-year-old Barbara Carney-Clarke later died from those injuries.
This morning family and friends of a missing teen continue to hold out hope that she is found alive. Hundreds gathered for a candlelight vigil last night at Nelson County High School, praying for the safe return of Alexis Murphy. Murphy has not been seen since Saturday when authorities say she left for a shopping trip to Lynchburg. Her car was found in an Albemarle parking lot, the exact opposite direction where authorities say she was supposed to be heading. Call police if you have any information.
Plus, if you are headed to the Jazz Festival this weekend. We will update you on some of the acts headlining the show and fill you in on where you can park.