The man convicted of killing two hunters said he wonders how hard his defense team’s private investigator worked to keep him out of prison.
Families say an East Grand Rapids contractor left them with excuses, questionable bills and half-finished projects.
A witness who may have been able to clear a man of a double murder was never called to testify, raising questions about his defense.
Courtroom arguments more than 800 miles away could finally lead to a break in a brutal case from more than 17 years ago.
Customers were surprised when DISH repairmen showed up to fix their recalled Samsung washing machines.
Undercover video shows how a con man — recently sentenced to prison for a $4 million Ponzi scheme — convinced a victim to stick with him.
A report from the state appears to show that Muskegon Heights police dropped the ball when it took months to make a death notification.
A Jenison man accused of running a Ponzi scheme mostly targeting senior citizens has been ordered to pay back millions of dollars.
Emails and correspondence obtained by Target 8 show how far the GRPS superintendent planned to go to show her support for Betsy DeVos.
The accidental drowning of a 7-month-old girl has prompted the state to file a neglect petition in family court against the baby’s parents.
Messages between the WMU football team and Bryson White’s high school coach show sudden concern while he was being recruited last year.
WMU’s athletic director said an email from Bryson White’s high school claiming they informed WMU of his troubles “is simply wrong.”
WMU knew about criminal allegations against a former football player before his arrest in Kalamazoo, according to his high school.
Abbie Kopf’s doctors are trying to get to the bottom of what the teen’s mom has described as a regression in her recovery.
Target 8 digs deeper into the case against Jeff Titus, who was convicted of two murders original case detectives say he didn’t commit.