A Target 8 investigation into the state’s mishandling of the case of 12-year-old Jamarion Lawhorn is leading to statewide changes.
As more schools encourage students to talk openly about mental health and seek help, Target 8 wanted to examine the real stories behind them…
MDOT shared with Target 8 ways they plan to fix potentially dangerous spots on highways, and get feedback from drivers in West Michigan.
Experts say engineering isn’t the problem with the West Michigan roads that saw the most crashes last winter — drivers were.
A Byron Center man who stolen tens of millions of dollars from unsuspecting investors will spend more time in prison than expected.
Colleen Willey looked sadly at the 1993 Honda she loves and murmured, “Sorry, car. You exist. I know you exist.”
The Twitter account that took responsibility for a bomb threat at MSU also tweeted previous threats to West Michigan school districts.
“It’s insulting. … Having to tell the story in excruciating detail to so many people… and he has to write a paper?”
Nearly two years after Dr. Robert Alexander’s Muskegon abortion clinic was shut down, the state suspended his license.
Roofing contractor Ken Bird says he is working for other contractors to get the money he needs to finish his own jobs.
Any potential emergency at a West Michigan school must be taken seriously, but how each district handles threats varies.
A nursing home took did not take the ordered life-saving steps when the 76-year-old woman’s heart failed, state records show.
Target 8 uncovered mistakes that caused or contributed to deaths at Michigan nursing homes. So what’s the solution?
After a man saw a Target 8 story about a used car’s odometer being rolled back, he looked into the car he was about to buy.
The man who said he was wronged by a Grand Rapids used car dealer has finally seen some results.
The state fined nursing homes more than $1 million in the last three years in death cases. But Target 8 found huge disparities in the fines.