24 Hour News 8 hit the training track with Michigan State Police to find out how they’re teaching teens to drive to survive.
A former missionary doctor who allegedly molested 23 girls and women in Bangladesh in the 1970s and 1980s is now facing new allegations.
Target 8 investigators analyzed the Michigan State Police traffic crash database for pursuit crashes and found big numbers.
Portage Public Safety Director Richard White says his department is no longer chasing motorists for minor offenses, like traffic violations.
A mailman is off the job and under federal investigation after a customer traced a missing gift card back to him.
An online safety advocate in West Michigan is urging parents to monitor their kids’ usage of a relatively new app.
Unfortunately many parents are often forced to choose price over quality when it comes to day care.
Between 2010 and 2015, Michigan in-home day care providers were cited for violating safe sleep rules in the deaths of 10 babies.
In many cases, in-home day care providers who had had their licenses yanked were allowed to apply for another after two years.
Who’s on the hook if a repair shop loses your stuff?
If you’re going to put money down to hold a used car, get it in writing that it’s refundable if there’s a chance you may change your mind.
The decision that cost a man his kids was based on state-paid psychologist’s testimony and CPS investigation that deviated from protocol.
A doctor and former lawmaker could spend time in federal prison for billing Blue Cross Blue Shield for medication he knew it didn’t cover.
A couple contacted Target 8 after a contractor promised to do the work, took their money and then never showed up.
When you need work done on your home, hiring the wrong person for the job can cost you big. One West Michigan woman learned that firsthand.
Buying a car can be intimidating, and the debacle doesn’t always end when you roll off the lot.