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.
There is a chance for rain today. Andrew will help you plan your day with the latest on the forecast.
Developing: Four people are out of their Jackson Ward home this morning after a fire. It happened in the 100 Block of Clay Street. We are live with an update from fire crews.
In Colonial Heights, officers are expected to start training with new body cameras. City Council approving money back in September to equip officers with the new technology.
The University of Virginia -- Board of Visitors is set to discuss UVA's sexual assault policies and procedures. An open and closed session is scheduled for Friday afternoon. The meeting comes in the wake of a controversial Rolling Stone article about UVA's so-called "rape culture." The public can attend the open session but there will *not* be an opportunity for comment.
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