A door-to-door meat sales company that left Indiana amid allegations it deceived customers is setting up shop in West Michigan.
Despite allegations claiming he mishandled prescription drugs and had an affair with a patient, Dr. Donald Hardman remains in practice.
“I’m sorry that, you know, the relationship did develop beyond what was considered professional,” Carmen Brown told Target 8 on Monday.
After a Target 8 investigation into allegations a doctor was illegally selling prescriptions to junkies, some patients came to his defense.
A doctor is under federal investigation, suspected of writing prescriptions from his car to known drug users and dealers.
A man was sentenced Tuesday after he convinced three teenage girls to send him explicit pictures of themselves to him over an app.
A Michigan health insurance company is giving its members more incentive to shop around before their next doctor’s visit.
Target 8 has discovered a West Michigan county no longer posts restaurant inspections online for you to see.
The intern who was riding along with a deputy in a high-speed crash that critically injured a teenager defended the deputy.
A sheriff’s deputy with a history of bad driving is still on the job after a hearing over a chase that led to a serious crash.
The deputy involved in a March crash was also in 14 previous accidents in previous years, more than half of which were in cruisers.
Nearly six months after Harold Knight allegedly strangled his wife, detectives say it appears he has used her Facebook account.
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.