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.
A polygamist exposed by Target 8 nearly a decade ago is now facing trial, accused of ripping off banks in a car dealership scam.
Top 20 list ranks Michigan roads based on number of crashes over the last five winter seasons.
Bill Gelineau hopes new attention to his granddaughter’s case will help him keep a decade-old promise.
“There was nothing that would make you think that this man was capable” of killing one girl and attacking another, a neighbor said.
Sturgis police are working with the FBI to see if the confessed killer is responsible for the 1997 disappearance of 6-year-old Brittney.
The man who was hired to ship a load of relief supplies from Grand Rapids to Haiti says he is no scam artist.
Months after a missing shipment of Haiti-bound relief supplies was discovered in Florida, the shipyard where it sits refuses to release it.
When you hit the road in Michigan these days, you’re sharing it with a lot more elderly drivers.
A shipping container full of relief supplies left a Grand Rapids loading dock in December 2013. Two years later, it’s still not in Haiti.