A Kent County woman is living in fear that a disaster will destroy the home she just bought because she can’t prove to her insurance company she owns the home.
Two former teachers are going to court to keep Target 8 from learning about an investigation that led to their resignations.
Target 8 went undercover to discover a man with a wild name, a shady past and a nude house cleaning business that Grand Rapids police are also checking out.
A Grandville couple shared a recording with 24 Hour News 8 of a phone crook at work, pretending they’re from the IRS trying to collect money.
A state watchdog agency that investigated after a Grand Rapids toddler died found the Department of Human Services violated rules prior to the girl’s death.
On the heels of the General Motors recall debacle in which federal authorities are investigating the automaker’s recall process, another automotive recall is causing headaches.
Legislation to protect patients from potentially dangerous doctors was drafted in response to a Target 8 investigation into a former Muskegon abortion doctor.
In Michigan, if a high school student is a legal adult, a teacher can engage in a sexual relationship with him or her without fear of criminal charges.
There is no law on the books in Michigan that prevents a teacher from having sex with a student if that student is a legal adult.
There were testy exchanges as a Liquor Control Commissioner listened to testimony Wednesday about alleged violations at a popular Kalamazoo bar.
The bar’s owner is threatening to stop investing in downtown after the city and state accused the Wild Bull of violating liquor control laws.
Brian Culver says if not for Michigan’s Catastrophic Claims Association fund, he wouldn’t have gotten the treatment that ultimately saved his life.
Michigan residents pay some of the highest auto insurance premiums in the country.
Car insurance bills especially hit a nerve with people in Michigan. Michigan drivers pay some of the highest premiums in the country, according to insure.com.
The federal government is deporting fewer undocumented immigrants in Michigan and Ohio — but increasingly, those it does remove have been convicted of crimes.