When a West Michigan prosecutor declined to file charges against a teacher accused of having sex with a student, Target 8 went to work to get the bottom of the case.
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.
Worried residents of an apartment building dedicated to low-income housing for people with disabilities called Target 8.
Dr. Robert Alexander, whose Muskegon abortion clinic was shut down for alleged unsanitary conditions, took a job last year at a Detroit STD clinic.
Districts say they need to upgrade technology and school layout to improve security.
Tara Gallihugh thought she was buying the home of her dreams — then she learned it had been a meth house.
Rockford Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Shibler talks about the results of security tests done by Target 8 investigators at six of his schools.
Target 8 reached out to more than a dozen public school districts, posing the same four security-related questions.
One undercover producer walked around North Rockford Middle School for 15 minutes without being challenged.
Thousands of jobless people are making millions of calls, trying to get help negotiating the Michigan unemployment system, but they most often get a recorded message, telling them that agents are busy with other callers.
When Charlotte Smith gets to her Lansing office in the morning, she checks her email. There is one subject line she sees often: “Child death.”