When you need work done on your home, hiring the wrong person for the job can cost you big. One West Michigan woman learned that firsthand.
Buying a car can be intimidating, and the debacle doesn’t always end when you roll off the lot.
If your contractor stiffs his subcontractors and suppliers, they could take legal action against you to get their payment.
After investigators exposed that a Samsung-recommended repairman had a criminal record and a string of unhappy customers, the company has re…
Every other night is bath night for 76-year-old Lela Lovelace, which means packing an overnight bag and leaving her home in Flint.
Money cuts have forced a Grand Rapids-area adult foster care home to close — and others could follow.
A year after Target 8’s first visit, several foreclosed houses remain empty and off the market.
Whether McCann’s perjury conviction can be overturned could come down to video captured on a surveillance camera at a creamery.
Almost two years to the day Jodi Parrack was murdered, investigators had their best chance to catch her killer.
An attorney from “Making a Murderer” is working with the former reserve police officer who was wrongly targeted for the killing of Jodi Parr…
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.