So far this year, nearly 100 undocumented children have arrived in Michigan, many of them coming to Grand Rapids.
Muskegon County's sheriff has admitted to making withdrawals from the account of a charity golf outing but said they were inadvertent.
The owners of vehicles locked up at a closed Grand Rapids auto repair shop may soon be able get their cars back.
A Grand Rapids auto repair shop closed without warning, leaving customers' cars locked in on the lot.
Federal investigators say they have heard from several people who are concerned Balyo may have also targeted their children.
Barnell Gunter's family thought she had died peacefully in the middle of the night at a Spectrum Health nursing home in Grand Rapids.
A contractor who clients say never showed up to do the work they paid him for also failed to appear in court Wednesday.
A Kentwood woman says two men posed as cops over the phone to try to scam her out of hundreds of dollars.
GRPD Vice Unit officers will attend a Liquor Control Commission hearing next month to try to keep the former Club Tequila closed.
The so-called "no-show contractor" who allegedly swindled thousands of dollars from homeowners is now facing fraud charges.
A 501(c)(3) tax designation seems to add a bit of credibility to a charity, but Target 8 uncovered it's not that difficult to get.
Only pennies on each dollar donated to charities over the phone make it to the cause the caller is a professional fundraiser.
A couple who says they were ripped off by an unlicensed contractor is getting help from several companies.
Several people are accusing the same man of running off with their money after agreeing to do work on homes or businesses.
Investigators say some nurse aides at a Zeeland nursing home either caused "actual harm" to residents or put them at immediate risk.
What happens when it's the nursing home putting your loved ones at risk? A Target 8 investigation — today on 24 Hour News 8 at 6.