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 News from overnight--Police in Colonial Heights are looking for the suspect who shot and robbed a man overnight. Officers say the victim showed up right outside of their Police Station.
Happening Right Now--Richmond Police are desperately trying to find a missing man with schizophrenia. We're still working on getting 69-year-old John Llewelly's picture, but here's what we know, he was last seen at a retirement home in the 800 block of Boulevard around 8 yesterday morning. Officers confirm he was wearing a light blue shirt, dark blue pants, heavy shoes, and carrying an umbrella and bible at the time of his disappearance. He has gone missing before, but once again, he is schizophrenic. Anyone with information is asked to call police.
The state battle over the budget rages on with Medicare at the center of the controversy. The House shot down the governor's vetoes that would have allowed him to push through a Medicaid expansion on his own. Republicans say the vetoes are outside the governor's authority. Democrats disagree. They insist the changes are legitimate and should remain in the budget. The final outcome of whether the governor's vetoes are considered legitimate may have to be decided in court.
This morning--a former McDonald's building in San Francisco is being used by NASA. Researchers are using it to track what they call a "zombie" spacecraft. We will explain.