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.
Cold, cold, cold. Near record temps today. Many folks waking up to the teens! Are we done with the Spring-like weather? Andrew has the answer.
There are two school closings that parents need to know about for this morning. Henrico High School is closed because of a power outage. Teachers and staff however, should report on time. Staff should report to the “new”areas of the school such as the library and atrium, which do have electricity and heat. In Petersburg, the St.Josephh School is closed for a second day in a row due to an issue with the boiler. All other Henrico and Petersburg schools are operating normally.
The Henrico woman charged with lying about having ties to the terror group, ISIS will go before a federal judge. We could learn whether or not there is enough evidence against Heather Coffman to move forward with a trial and if additional charges will be added. Right now, Coffman is only charged with lying to the feds about Facebook Posts involving terrorism --- but court documents show that she could have been supporting the ISIS group.
Today, we're expected to get a decision on whether or not a Chesterfield Pig can stay in his home. Tucker the pig just got certified as an emotional support animal. His owner says Tucker helps him deal with anxiety and insomnia, after the family suffered the loss of a child.
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