Chance Powell was the youngest victim of the opioid epidemic in Kent County in 2015, the deadliest year the county has seen yet.
Dr. Sandy Dettman’s prescription to fight the epidemic is education.
A man’s determination to show a drug-addicted friend how far she had fallen offers a raw glimpse into the world of opioid addiction.
A heroin dealer taken down in a broad daylight bust told Target 8 he feels guilty “in a way” for selling a drug that he calls “high risk.”
Authorities started investigating Dr. Bradley Bastow after an emergency call to his office in April.
Target 8 is looking at how the opioid epidemic is affecting lives in West Michigan and how authorities are fighting it.
The Kent County Health Department director said Target 8’s “Dirty Dining” investigation revealed flaws in the restaurant inspection system.
XO Asian Cuisine no longer exists. It’s Soho Sushi, and you could almost eat off the basement floor. But Soho still lives in XO’s shadow.
At Elizabeth’s Kitchen on 28th Street near US-131 in Wyoming, cockroaches were winning the pest control war.
It started with a quick visit by young cousins to a Grand Rapids restaurant and ended with a rat tail curled up in a crab rangoon.
Nearly three months after the IRS issued Marquinetta Stevenson’s tax return, she still hadn’t received a check and grew concerned.
Under Oriental Asian Buffet is a history of critical violations, but a history that ends in 2012. There is nothing for the last five years.
The buffet at Oriental Asian Buffet is a big draw, with steam tables offering up everything from frog legs to salmon to crab rangoons.
Target 8 spent months examining more than 10,000 violation reports, along with complaints, enforcement records and reports of illnesses.
Roaches, dangerously cold food, bandages, fingernail clippings, a rat tail. Nothing you’ll find on the menu at your favorite restaurant.