Civil rights advocates say Grand Rapids is home to a neo-Nazi group, but the leader of that group denies any Nazi involvement.
The VA’s Opioid Safety Initiative aims to fight the overdose epidemic, but some vets say it’s preventing them from managing their pain.
A repeat drunken driver who hit and killed a Grand Rapids grandmother could be ordered to 2.5 to just under five years in prison.
A report shows CPS failed to call Wyoming police back immediately after officers discovered a baby left unattended in a vehicle.
A report compiled after the July 1967 race riot in Grand Rapids listed a dozen challenges the city’s blacks faced. Many still apply today.
Fifty years later, the memories are still clear to those who rioted, the officers who responded and those who were caught in the violence.
A race riot erupted in the Grand Rapids 50 years ago — on July 25, 1967 — fueled in part by discrimination, poverty and mistrust.
For three days in July 1967, parts of Grand Rapids were plagued by fires and violence as a race riot erupted.
James Hicks has helped catch corrupt officials, break up crime rings and solve murders. Still, his requests for commutation were rejected.
The man who died of an overdose in the bathroom of a Grand Rapids McDonald’s had overdosed at a different restaurant earlier the same day.
After hearing from one couple whose home was mistakenly listed as foreclosed, Target 8 found dozens of others were also mislabeled.
Authorities say Nikolas Abbott provided the gun used in a murder, then tried to cover his tracks by selling the gun and reporting it stolen.
The estate sale manager accused of ripping off a couple from Ottawa County is avoiding jail time, but has been order to pay them back.
Montcalm County plans to clean up a county property following a call from Target 8.
“It’s so real-looking. It was stamped by the government, approved by the government. I just figured, all these stamps, it’s got to be real.”