There are nearly a thousand homes in West Michigan that service people with everything from disabilities to dementia.
“Why would you fight over a kid? He’s just a kid, just doing a sport he loves to do. Why would you fight over that? That’s crazy.”
The state has suspended the license of a doctor accused of misusing prescription drug privileges and having an affair with a patient.
“Why is it possible to punch a button on a phone, have someone respond and then get your car stolen?”
“People use their car as a filing cabinet and it looks like it when it comes in. It’s shocking what’s left in vehicles.”
What are the rules when driving behind a school bus — and should they be changed to keep kids safe?
A 72-year-old man who drove the wrong way on US-131 is in the process of losing his license.
Target 8 found enforcement and honor are sometimes in short supply on the Silver Line, costing The Rapid and taxpayers money.
Bradley Scott Johnson was arrested on a stalking charge that was supposed to be levied against a man who shares his name.
Six weeks after a man with dementia drove the wrong way on a major highway for nine miles, he still has a valid driver’s license.
Detectives searching for Harold “Butch” Knight say they are questioning Amish leaders in Maine about whether he is hiding among them.
Representatives from colleges around the country received training on how to respond to sexual misconduct cases.
A door-to-door meat sales company was getting so much heat for its sales practices that it may have hit the trail and left Michigan behind.
When Bradley Scott Johnson was pulled over for a broken tail light, he thought he would just get a ticket. He was wrong.
Michigan’s decades-old repair laws does not require all aftermarket parts be certified, but there is a push to change that.