Plan to distribute $2 million to victims of Oxford High School mass shooting finalized
Ethan Crumbley is accused of killing four people and injuring seven others in a shooting this week at Oxford High School in Oxford, Michigan. - Oakland County Sheriff’s Office/TNS/TNS

DETROIT — A final plan to distribute $2 million in donations to the victims of the Oxford High School mass shooting will include more students and staff than an initial proposal that drew criticism from the community. But calls to expand eligibility to all students and staff who were on campus on the day of the Nov. 30 mass school shooting were not heeded by an 11-member volunteer steering committee charged with approving a distribution plan. The initial plan, released in February by the National Compassion Fund which is managing money donated to the Oxford Community Memorial and Victims Fund,...