Transcript: Oxford shooter admits to premeditated murder, terrorism amid prosecutor questioning
The Oxford High School student charged with murder, terrorism and more in connection with the 2021 mass school shooting admitted fault Monday while changing his plea from not guilty to guilty during a court hearing.
3 dead, 11 wounded in downtown Philadelphia shooting
Authorities say gunfire killed three people and wounded at least 11 others in one of downtown Philadelphia's most popular entertainment districts late Saturday night. Philadelphia Police Inspector D. F. Pace says officers were patrolling the downtown area when they heard multiple gunshots and witnessed several suspects firing into a large crowd just before midnight. Police say two men and a woman were among those killed in the shooting. Their names were not made public by authorities. The conditions of those who were wounded by gunfire remains unknown. Police have recovered two handguns. No arrests have been made.
Detroit Public Schools Community District Superintendent weighs in on school safety
Many are still feeling the shockwaves of the shooting at Robb Elementary in Uvalde, Texas, even here in Detroit, over 1,500 miles away. Education and political leaders are now weighing in on stopping this from happening moving forward.
‘Beyond heartbroken, we’re traumatized, we’re devastated’: Oxford shooting victim’s parents sue district
His mother says his soul can’t rest until the truth comes out as the parents of Oxford High School shooting victim Justin Shilling are joining a lawsuit and filing an additional federal lawsuit against Oxford Schools.
Police: At least 16 killed in shooting rampage in Canada
HALIFAX, NS – Canadian police said at least 16 people were killed after a 51-year-old man went on a shooting rampage across the northern part of the province of Nova Scotia. He was arrested by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police in a gas station in Enfield, Nova Scotia, northwest of downtown Halifax. “I never imagined when I went to bed last night that I would wake up to the horrific news that an active shooter was on the loose in Nova Scotia," Nova Scotia Premier Stephen McNeil. Christine Mills, a resident of the town, said it had been a frightening night for the small town, with armed officers patrolling the streets. Taggart said he didn’t know Wortman well, but spoke to him a few times when he telephoned about municipal issues.