An Internal Affairs review found discrepancies between what happened the night a former prosecutor and what GRPD officers said in reports.
These historic aerial photos show the locations of confirmed and suspected Wolverine Worldwide dump sites around Rockford.
State officials have expanded the area of homes they’re testing near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump site in Kent County.
More than 400 parents and students gathered to Rockford High School Tuesday evening to learn about the opioid crisis.
In addition to concerns about their health, Belmont homeowners are worried property values will plummet due to the tainted well water.
What did Wolverine Worldwide know about the chemicals it was dumping along House Street NE and when?
Discovery of a third illegal dump site in Belmont is raising fears that chemical-laced debris is buried through much of the neighborhood.
The cleanup at an illegal dump site where Wolverine Worldwide sludge was discarded decades ago appears to be running behind schedule.
Less than a week ago, GRPD started devoting more resources to fighting the opioid crisis, and the agency says it’s already getting results.
The notice to sue Wolverine was filed by Varnum attorney Aaron M. Phelps on Friday and sent to the U.S. EPA and the state DEQ.
Law firms met with Belmont residents Sunday to answer questions about legal options after wells in the area were found to be contaminated.
If you are outside the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s current testing zone, you can still pay to have your water tested.
The superintendent of Rockford Public Schools says the state has agreed to test three more schools near a Wolverine Worldwide dump site.
A family who moved to Kent County last summer is now dealing with contaminated water because of a Wolverine Worldwide dump site.
A Wolverine Worldwide executive doesn’t know how many old dump sites may turn up, but he said the company will take responsibility for them.