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.
Chesterfield police say they were forced to open fire on a standoff suspect Thanksgiving night. This all started when police got a call for a domestic dispute involving a weapon around 6-30 last night. It happened at a home in the 10-thousand 400 block of Oak Side Drive. One person is in custody.
It's Black Friday and it's a jungle out there this morning as thousands upon thousands of local shoppers are now getting a head start on their holiday shopping.. We have a live look and some shopping tips.
This morning, we're tracking the latest developments as a 150 students and employees at a Roanoke High School might have been exposed to Tuberculosis. The school system issued the warning after one student at that school was diagnosed with TB. The students and employees identified as being at risk of exposure will be tested at the school a week from now. This morning, the infected student is being treated in isolation.
A Hanover family is still dealing with the loss of their 18-year-old son. We've learned that Travis Simmons -- a Lee Davis Senior -- died in a high-speed car crash, just hours before Thanksgiving.