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.
This morning we have new information about the condition of State Senator Creigh Deeds. We know he was able to give a statement to State Police. His son, Gus Deeds died at the scene from what police call a self-inflicted gunshot wound. The Senator then left the house, to get help. Now there is a push for the state to do more to make mental health a stop priority.
New this morning, a juvenile is in custody following the robbery of a Chesterfield 7-11. It happened earlier this morning around 12:30 in the 12-thousand block of Harrowgate Road.
Today, the CIAA is gathering information as the investigation into a fight, allegedly involving a VSU football star moves forward. The commissioner has requested written reports from the head coaches and administrators at both Winston-Salem and Virginia State.