The Michigan Secretary of State is determined to stop auto repair shops flagged by the state from repeatedly renewing their licenses.
A former detective cringed as he watched video recordings of police interrogations during the Jodi Parrack investigation.
Police in the U.S. are legally allowed to lie to suspects to get confessions, but it backfired in the Jodi Parrack murder case.
After a Target 8 investigation prompted Samsung to cut ties with a convicted criminal turned “authorized” repairman, more dissatisfied custo…
A state audit lists problems at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans that the new CEO says were the result of a previous lack of leadership.
When an appliance breaks down and the manufacturer recommends a repair person to fix it, you assume he or she passed a background check.
Taxpayers paid millions to build the Grand Rapids Amtrak Station, but Target 8 uncovered that they may not be getting their money’s worth.
A bill that will change how your car gets fixed at the repair shop is making its way through the state legislature.
While many are focused on the lead problem in Flint, people in Grand Rapids are worried kids are being hurt by sloppy painting practices.
When Helen Bellows signed off her husband being an “observation” patient, she didn’t realize what that meant for their medical bills.
Those who will pay the highest price in Flint’s water crisis are the most innocent of victims: children.
The homeowner said his tenant hasn’t paid the rent and refused to leave when confronted. The tenant said the homeowner threatened him.
A Muskegon County Jail inmate told police where they could find a woman’s body in nearby Fruitland Township, according to a source.
Daniel Furlong’s wide-ranging taped confession into the murder of 11-year-old Jodi Parrack provided new details into the death.
Investigators’ focus: the abduction and disappearance of Brittney Beers in September 1997 from Sturgis.