An advocate says two cases in Jackson County involving one man highlight weaknesses in the state system to protect children.
Some defendants are allowed to remain out of the custody of jails because their medical costs are deemed to be too high.
Lawmakers are seeking answers from Takata and federal regulators as they focus on the biggest auto-safety recall in U.S. history.
Police say a new DNA test could identify which identical twin raped a student 16 years ago, but sticker shock is delaying justice.
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While doctors will have to release breast density information to women, how they pay for more tests is still up in the air.
Video shows the 2014 incident in which an innocent 17-year-old was arrested by police as he ran home to make curfew.
More than two years after Jessica Heeringa disappeared from a Norton Shores gas station, one name keeps popping up: Brad Mason.
A man convicted of murder by an all-white jury told Target 8 he is serving a life term because he wasn’t granted a jury of his peers.
There’s a push for change after some critics say defendants aren’t being granted a jury of their peers in West Michigan.
Police say they likely would have identified the remains of Carol Ann Cole long ago had she only been listed as missing.
For the family of Carol Ann Cole of Kalamazoo the 34-year search was all-consuming. How could a teen-age girl just disappear?
Target 8 investigates the dangers of millions of gallons of explosive crude oil that rolls through West Michigan every day.
Lawyers suing the state of Michigan say changes to the Child Abuse and Neglect Central Registry don’t go far enough.
“I believe he led us there to find her, to clear his conscience.”