“It’s so real-looking. It was stamped by the government, approved by the government. I just figured, all these stamps, it’s got to be real.”
Attorneys are trying to clear the name of man who went to prison for allegedly lying in the investigation into the murder of an 11-year-old.
An East Grand Rapids contractor is headed to trial for allegedly taking clients’ money but never finishing the work he was hired to do.
The Wyoming landlady who admitted to ripping off would-be renters is now charged with stealing credit cards from an elderly neighbor.
A Grandville mom has a message to share amid the constant barrage of reports examining the overdose epidemic.
There’s no question opioids have devastated countless lives, killing tens of thousands of Americans yearly. But they’ve saved many others.
A Korean War veteran and his wife who were scammed out of $9,000 by a fake paving company got a new driveway — for free.
A Korean War veteran and his wife are putting out a warning after losing thousands of dollars to a scam targeting West Michigan residents.
They were strangers on earth, but dozens of people who died in 2015 will be forever connected by the way their lives ended.
Grand Rapids police are investigating a double overdose in a McDonald’s bathroom that killed one man and sent another to the hospital.
Unlicensed contractors can illegally hold your property hostage with a piece of paper and state law lets them get away with it.
Jeffrey Stoltz faces three felony charges after investigators say he took clients’ money but didn’t finish the jobs he was paid to do.
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.