Raleigh mass shooter's gunshot wound self-inflicted

The teenage suspect of a shooting rampage in northeast Raleigh that killed five people and injured two others suffered from a nonfatal, self-inflicted gunshot wound when he was captured by a tactical robot hours after a shootout with police, according to the Wake County district attorney.

What we know about the Raleigh shooting victims

An avid runner and the mother of three boys. A woman who was the “rock” of her family and knew everyone in the neighborhood. A Navy veteran whose wedding was two weeks away. These were among the victims of Thursday's shooting rampage in North Carolina's capital city, Raleigh, that claimed five lives and wounded two others.