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 in Richmond--police are investigating the city's latest deadly shooting. Around 11 Tuesday night, officers responded to calls of shots fired on Orcutt Lane, that's in the city's Southside. Officers found a man in his 20s with gun shot wounds, he was taken to VCU Medical Center, where he later died.
We're also following breaking news in Dinwiddie--where investigators are working to determine what sparked a fire at a steel mill factory. It happened around 10:30 last night at the Gerdau Long Steel Company-- that's located on Hoffheimer Way.
The man accused of causing that deadly crash that killed a Varina Nurse, will be in court. Officers say Jimmy Green Junior was driving on the wrong side of the road and struck two cars on Old Osborne Turnpike, last week. That crash killed Melissa Haislip, and injured the driver of the other car.
The Richmond woman convicted of murdering her newborn after throwing the baby in a Monument Avenue dumpster is expected to learn her fate. Last month, Shavaughn Robinson was supposed to be sentenced for second-degree murder. The jury recommended seven years in jail, but at the last minute --- Robinson's lawyer filed a motion, delaying that sentencing. Robinson is due in court at 2 this afternoon.