Lack of information from the school board about what happened during and before the tragic Oxford High School shooting in 2021 has been at the center of ongoing anger and frustration in the district.
The Myres' and other Oxford families had to learn about some important information during a multi-day court proceeding to determine whether the Oxford shooter would ever be eligible for parole.
Oxford High School shooting survivors took the stand on the second day of a mandatory Miller hearing to determine if the shooter can be sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The prosecution and defense on Friday continued to argue for and against a life prison sentence without parole, respectively, for the Oxford high school shooter on day two of his mandatory Miller hearing.
A key victory occurred for the families of the Oxford High School shooting victims as a lawsuit naming the school as a defendant can go forward.
Tate Myre's family started the 42 Strong Foundation to provide peer-to-peer mentoring. The foundation pairs older students with those getting ready to transition into high school.
A hockey game benefiting Oxford’s 43 Strong Foundation is set for Thursday night at the Detroit Skating Club in Bloomfield Hills.
A remembrance service was held at Bridgewood Church in Clarkston to mark one year since the shooting at Oxford High School.
A memorial garden in honor of the Oxford High School shooting victims will break ground in 2023.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has ordered that U.S. and Michigan flags be lowered to half-staff on Wednesday to honor the victims of the Oxford High School shooting.
The accused Oxford High School shooter is expected to plead guilty to 24 charges on Monday.
Oxford community is reacting to the news there will likely be a guilty plea and no trial for accused high school shooter Ethan Crumbley.
Families impacted by the deadly Oxford High School shooting are speaking out, some for the first time.
Tears were shed, hugs were shared and resolve was at an all-time high in the communities of Uvalde, Texas and Oxford, Michigan.
Friday night’s home opener mixed the community’s love of the game with a special remembrance.
A big moment took place in the healing process from the Oxford High School shooting Friday.
The Oxford Wildcats football team is preparing to return to the field for the first time since the tragic school shooting in November.
The Oxford Community School Board reversed its course by launching an independent review into last November’s deadly shooting at Oxford High School.
Safety and security procedures were a big part of Tuesday’s meeting, but the students who packed the library at Oxford High School wanted to talk about their friends and how they think they should be remembered.
While the defense blamed school officials, prosecutors focused on disturbing texts and journal entries to prove James and Jennifer Crumbley knew how badly their son needed help and did nothing.
The parents of Tate Myre heard Thursday (Feb. 24) for the first time from Oxford High School counselor Shawn Hopkins as he took everyone inside the meeting that had taken place just hours before the school shooting.
There is absolutely nothing you can say to comfort a parent who is grieving the loss of a child. That was one of the hardest parts about my interview with Tate Myre’s father.
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While life is moving forward for other people, for Buck and Sheri Myre, time seems to be standing still.
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The father of Tate Myre, one of the four students killed during the Oxford School shooting, is opening up about the loss his family has experienced.
Tate Myre — the 16-year-old, hailed as a hero, was fatally shot while attempting to disarm the shooter who opened fire at Oxford High School.
A civil lawsuit has been filed on behalf of Oxford High School students and their families after a mass shooting in November left four dead and seven injured.
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A new civil lawsuit has been filed by and on behalf of Oxford High School students and their families in the wake of the fatal mass shooting in November that left four dead and seven injured.
Attorneys say a teenager charged with killing four students at a Michigan high school will pursue an insanity defense.
A fundraiser has been started to help the family of Oxford High School Shooting victim Tate Myre.
Michigan State football coach Mel Tucker announced Wednesday that Oxford High School shooting victim Tate Myre has been named an honorary "Spartan Dawg" for next year's 2022 team.
Friends and family gathered on Monday for the visitation for Tate Myre, a 16-year-old boy who was killed in a shooting at Oxford High School.
Tate Myre is one of four teens who were murdered by a schoolmate in a mass shooting Nov. 30 at Oxford High School.
Tributes to the four slain students were all over Michigan and the Big Ten championship game on Saturday.
Even though the Michigan Wolverines made it to the mountaintop of the Big Ten, champions for the first time in 17 years, they made it clear Saturday night some things are bigger than football.
A lot of news has come out each day since the Nov. 30 Oxford High School shooting, so we’re rounding it all up for you here.
Many communities around Metro Detroit are standing strong with Oxford, but none as much as Lake Orion.
Michigan football players will wear patches on their uniforms for the Big Ten championship game to honor victims of the Oxford High School shooting.
Four students were killed and eight other people were injured in a shooting at Oxford High School on Tuesday, officials said.
Here is a timeline of what happened before, during and after a shooting inside Oxford High School.
An online petition has been launched to rename Oxford High School’s football stadium after Tate Myre.
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Four people were killed and seven others were injured in a shooting at Oxford High School on Tuesday (Nov. 30), according to officials.
The Oakland County sheriff said cameras captured video of a sophomore at Oxford High School leaving a bathroom with a gun and firing shots while walking up and down hallways.
Four students were killed, six students were injured and one teacher was injured Tuesday when a 15-year-old sophomore fired several shots from a handgun at Oxford High School.