Feedback sought for compensation plan for Oxford High School victims
Parents and students finished giving feedback on plans to compensate families at Oxford High School impacted by the tragic shooting last November. They spoke at a town hall hosted by the National Compassion Fund, which is managing the nearly $2 million in funds donated.
K-12 Alliance of Michigan objects to Fieger’s civil lawsuit against Oxford schools, staff
Attorney Geoffrey Fieger was the first to file two $100 million lawsuits Thursday on behalf of one Oxford High School shooting survivor and her family -- but some educational leaders are taking issue with the litigation.
Watch: Sheriff shares details of arrest of James, Jennifer Crumbley in Oxford shooting case
The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office (OSCO) is holding a news conference Saturday afternoon to discuss the details of the arrest of James and Jennifer Crumbley, the parents of the suspected Oxford High School shooter.
Police chief: Wanted parents hiding in Detroit building ‘not indicative’ of turning themselves in for Oxford shooting charges
The parents of the Oxford High School shooting suspect have been arraigned on involuntary manslaughter charges in connection with the shooting -- but not before they had to be apprehended by police following an hourslong manhunt.
Parents of Oxford High School shooting suspect charged with involuntary manslaughter
The Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office has filed involuntary manslaughter charges against the parents of the student accused of opening fire at Oxford High School on Tuesday, fatally wounding four students and injuring several other people.
Live stream: Charging decision to be announced against parents of suspected Oxford High School shooter
The parents of the student accused of opening fire at Oxford High School on Tuesday, fatally wounding four students and injuring several other people, are set to be charged for their role in the tragedy.
Live stream: Officials address copycat social media school threats in Metro Detroit
Law enforcement officials are holding a news conference Thursday afternoon to address what they are calling "a tidal wave of copycat threats" to Metro Detroit school districts in the wake of the horrific shooting at Oxford High School.