TWO DEAD IN CHARLESTON SHOOTING - Two people are dead in Charleston Sunday night after being shot at a home on Red Oak Street on the west side, according to police, who said the shooting is a double homicide.

ELK RIVER DINER ROBBED - Police are looking for a man who robbed the Riverside Cafe near Clendenin late Saturday night.

Police say the robber was wearing a mask, walked inside and demanded cash, and got away with $2,000 in the cash register. Only one employee was working at the time.

Troopers say the suspect dropped articles of clothing as he ran away. They have a person of interest.

SUSPENDED STUDENT WITH GUN - A suspended Huntington High School student is now facing charges, according to a press release from Cabell County School.

They say the suspended student was trespassing on the property of Huntington High School Thursday morning before the school day began.

Police found out that the student had been carrying a gun while he was trespassing on the school property.

According to the release, officers believe that there was no direct threat to the school or students.

He has been incarcerated.

PRESTON YOUTH SHOT WHEN SIBLING DROPS GUN - State police in Preston County said a Tunnelton boy was injured in his left arm and leg when another juvenile accidentally dropped a gun.

The two kids were home alone at a residence in Tunnelton when it happened, according to a press release.

The owner of the gun, James David Metz, is a convicted felon and prohibited from possessing a firearm. He is currently in custody for that charge, and additional charges are pending.

MAN STABS WIFE - A man is in the jail after police say he stabbed his wife in downtown Clarksburg.

25-year-old Bryan Wynder got into an argument with his wife on Pike Street when she supposedly tried to get in a cab to get away from him.

Police say that's when Wynder stabbed her in the right thigh with a kitchen knife.

She was taken to a hospital and is expected to be okay.

He also had to be taken to the hospital after cutting his own wrist.

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