Morning 4: A look at the timeline of the Texas school shooting -- and other news

Here are the top stories for the morning of May 25, 2022

Law enforcement work the scene after a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School where 19 children were killed on May 24, 2022 in Uvalde, Texas. The suspected gunman, identified as 18-year-old Salvador Ramos, was reportedly killed by law enforcement. (Photo by Jordan Vonderhaar/Getty Images) (Getty Images)

Morning 4 is a quick roundup of stories we think you should know about to start your day. So, let’s get to the news.

Timeline: 21 killed in shooting at Texas elementary school, officials say

Here’s what we know about the timeline of events of a shooting at a Texas elementary school that left 21 people dead.

Officials said 19 children and two adults were killed when a gunman opened fire at Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, a Texas city about 85 miles west of San Antonio on Tuesday (May 24). Students were in their last week of classes.

The shooting was first reported to police at 11:30 a.m., Uvalde time.

See the timeline of what happened next.

Interview: Oakland County sheriff offers support to Texas after mass elementary school shooting

Watch Sheriff Bouchard’s interview from Wednesday morning in the video player below.

We're sitting down with Oakland County Sheriff Michael Bouchard, whose deputies responded to the Oxford High School shooting last November, to discuss the mass shooting that occurred Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing at least 19 students and two adults.

Man who vanished in Grand Rapids 31 years ago might be linked to baseball cards under I-96 overpass

A man who vanished from a Grand Rapids group home 31 years ago is still missing, and he might be linked to a baseball card collection that was found under an I-96 overpass.

Gordon Thomas Page, Jr. was last seen May 26, 1991, at the Cascade Foster Care Home on Kraft Avenue and 60th Street in Grand Rapids. At the time, he was 28 years old.

Read the story here.

Here’s why Jennifer, James Crumbley argue they can’t get a fair trial in Oakland County

Jennifer and James Crumbley, the parents of the suspected Oxford High School shooter, have requested their trial be moved, arguing that they won’t receive fair treatment in Oakland County.

In a motion filed Tuesday (May 24), the Crumbleys -- who are both facing four counts of involuntary manslaughter -- argued that holding the trial in the same county as the shooting wouldn’t give them a fair chance.

Learn more here.

Live stream: Witnesses take stand in Johnny Depp’s libel suit against Amber Heard

Weather: Touch-and-go showers kick off rainy stretch in Metro Detroit

Here is the weather forecast for Metro Detroit.

About the Author:

Cassidy Johncox is a senior digital news editor covering stories across the spectrum, with a special focus on politics and community issues.