After hearing from one couple whose home was mistakenly listed as foreclosed, Target 8 found dozens of others were also mislabeled.
Authorities say Nikolas Abbott provided the gun used in a murder, then tried to cover his tracks by selling the gun and reporting it stolen.
Metro Health University of Michigan Health is helping fight the opioid epidemic by sending overdose patients home with lifesaving Narcan.
The estate sale manager accused of ripping off a couple from Ottawa County is avoiding jail time, but has been order to pay them back.
In the midst of a national opioid epidemic, Michigan State Police are taking an unconventional approach to help those who are addicted.
Montcalm County plans to clean up a county property following a call from Target 8.
“It’s so real-looking. It was stamped by the government, approved by the government. I just figured, all these stamps, it’s got to be real.”
Attorneys are trying to clear the name of man who went to prison for allegedly lying in the investigation into the murder of an 11-year-old.
An East Grand Rapids contractor is headed to trial for allegedly taking clients’ money but never finishing the work he was hired to do.
The Wyoming landlady who admitted to ripping off would-be renters is now charged with stealing credit cards from an elderly neighbor.
A man who authorities say left a woman alone after she took a fatal dose of heroin in Grand Rapids is headed to trial.
A Grandville mom has a message to share amid the constant barrage of reports examining the overdose epidemic.
The drug that sickened a detective at the Kent County Sheriff’s Department last month was heroin mixed with Benadryl.
There’s no question opioids have devastated countless lives, killing tens of thousands of Americans yearly. But they’ve saved many others.
Nearly 2,000 people died in 2015 in Michigan from drug overdoses.