The small, long-closed landfill north of Rockford is among three dump sites at the center of a Kent County Health Department cancer study.
Belmont residents who until recently were drinking a likely carcinogen from their well water are a step closer to getting permanent relief.
The MDEQ is asking for the public’s help in testing lakes that may have been contaminated in the Rockford area.
The Grand Rapids City Commission will no longer hold secret meetings following a Target 8 investigation that questioned their legality.
“Right in here is where your dump is,” a former truck driver who hauled waste for Wolverine Worldwide showed Target 8.
Bill Crandall says he’s been fishing in the Rogue River for the past 40 years, but right now he’s not eating his catch.
Kent County is launching its most expansive cancer cluster study ever in response to contamination near a former Wolverine Worldwide dump.
Plainfield Township approved building homes near a Wolverine Worldwide dump site even after identifying it as an “environmental issue.”
Even the scientists were shocked by what they found in Sandy Wynn-Stelt’s drinking water in July.
The recent discovery of contaminated water wells near Rockford is leading to a possible new scam targeting residents.
An unlicensed contractor who made a mess of an Ionia couple’s roof will serve jail time for it.
A Grand Rapids police officer who was being investigated for allegedly using excessive force against a suspect has resigned.
CPS has documented dozens of additional deaths the agency failed to report to a state-mandated watchdog.
The Kent County Health Department hosted a meeting Tuesday for Belmont residents who recently learned their well water may be contaminated.
When Joann Hoganson saw Target 8’s 2016 story exposing the growing problem of infants born drug positive, she knew she could help.