“If the jury would have actually heard what was said, I would have never lost my children,” a Mecosta County father told lawmakers.
A doctor who already has a suspended medical license was again penalized by the state after new allegations were filed against him.
A woman from Lakeview who was declared dead by the Social Security Administration is very much alive.
After a car dealer kept the only money Summer Lodewyk had for a down payment, a different metro Grand Rapids dealer stepped up to help her.
The Michigan Innocence Clinic, which believes Titus was wrongfully convicted, vowed on Friday to take the case to the state Supreme Court.
A month after Target 8 exposed a builder accused of taking advantage of an Ionia couple, several companies have stepped in to help.
When a crash wrecked Summer Lodewyk’s car, her hunt for a replacement put her in the center of a down payment dispute with a dealer.
Two city commissioners said they want to know the legality of secret commission meetings in response to a Target 8 investigation.
The meetings usually involve the mayor, two city commissioners, the city manager and other city staff and may violate the Opens Meeting Act.
Weeks and sometimes months before Grand Rapids city commissioners cast public votes on important issues, they meet secretly to discuss them.
A medical emergency at the pole barn-tuned-doctor’s office in Glenn prompted county authorities to put out an alert warning the public.
One day after Target 8 exposed a contractor accused of preying on an Ionia couple, prosecutors charged him with a misdemeanor.
The business is known as Upton’s Quality Construction, but victims tell Target 8 “there is no quality there.”
A couple who paid to have a handicapped-accessible shower installed in their home is still waiting to use it.
Police reports show a former nurse who admitted to stealing drugs from a boy who later died was investigated for stealing medication before.