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: This morning a 19-year-old is still missing. Police have been searching by air and land but still no luck. we will have an update.
Police are looking for three suspects they say beat and rob a man at gunpoint during an armed home invasion. This happened around 12-30 in the 1500 block of Blair Street near South Harrison Street in Richmond. Police say the victim answered the door, when the three suspects broke in.
We have a traffic alert. Today is the beginning of high school graduation season, and that could mean some major headaches, if you travel near the Siegel Center. We're on your side this morning, with the best ways to beat the traffic. Tracy Lynn is in the First Warning Traffic center with the latest on alternates and detours and Chrystina Head is near the Siegel Center, checking out the scene.
In Richmond, Mayor Dwight Jones and Police Chief Ray Tarasovic will be briefing the community about the recent crimes and police response at 11 this morning.
That meeting is taking place at Richmond Police Headquarters along Grace Street. At 6 tonight, The chief is also expected to join two city council members for a meeting at Southside plaza.