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.
At age 68, Dora Coburn wasn’t expected to stay much longer at Tendercare of Westwood nursing home — maybe two more weeks.
Alfred Vincent’s medical guardian says he died before his time only because of the nursing home that neglected him to death.
Mistakes at Michigan nursing homes have killed or contributed to the deaths of 112 residents in the last three years.
Documents show how a man suspected of 1989 homicides was allowed to leave prison, only to allegedly kill two more women.
A former nurse’s aide said she was on duty at a Wayland nursing home when Doris Keller-Robbins died – a death that led to a $101,000 fine.
The interim director of the Kalamazoo Psychiatric Hospital was aware of emails from staff outlining safety concerns.
A woman now faces drug charges linked to a minor crash she was involved in hours before she caused a wrong-way crash.
Experts say you can take action to help keep the costs of your health care procedures down.
Same medical procedure, different price. Target 8 shows you how to shop around for health care.
State agents demonstrate for Target 8 just how they go about investigating and then contacting suspected Bridge Card scammers.
Gary Thomas should have lost his Bridge Card years ago — not because he makes too much money, but because of his criminal record.
The state says a dealer who sold a used car with a warranty that never kicked in violated the Michigan Vehicle Code.