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Breaking: Shots fired into Richmond home

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.

Breaking overnight--  multiple shots are fired into a Southside Richmond home. Police say this all happened while at least one person is still inside! It happened in the 2300- Block of Clearfield Avenue, near Snead road around 1-30 this morning. 

Happening today--family and friends will say goodbye to the third victim, of a deadly hot air balloon crash. Services for University of Richmond Women's Basketball Coach, Ginny Doyle, will be today in Philadelphia.  On Wednesday, there will also be a silent prayer service.
Doyle, along with Natalie Lewis and pilot Daniel Kirk, were killed when their balloon caught fire and crashed in Caroline county.

 Plus, after months of debate, the vote on baseball in the Bottom is finally here. Richmond City Council members are set to vote today on Mayor Dwight Jones' plan to bring a baseball stadium to Shockoe Bottom. 

And coming up on NBC12 News at Noon: We'll have representatives for the Richmond Greek Festival in the studio. He'll be showing off all the wonderful food, music and events you've loved for the past 39 years. The event starts Thursday but we'll have a sneak peek at the fun today at noon! http://events.nbc12.com/39th_Annual_Richmond_Greek_Festival/200657149.html

Join us for these stories and more, plus breaking news as it happens on 12 News Today from 4:30-7am. We are up to the minute, the minute you're up.

 

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