In 2012, Kalamazoo enforcers dished out 56,942 parking tickets, some downtown and some outside the central business district; enforcers in Grand Rapids dished
Who is dying from heroin in the suburbs of West Michigan? That’s been the focus of a Target 8 investigation, following several overdose deaths in recent
Even wealthy celebrity Angelina Jolie took note that the $3,000 cost to test for gene mutations that can increase the risk of breast cancer "remains an
One West Michigan woman has taken her quest to make sure women are aware of their breast's density to the state capitol.
The number of children getting special education services is going down in almost every West Michigan school district, despite the fact that the number of
Grand Rapids police say a system that automatically scans license plates has recouped parking ticket fines and found stolen vehicles -- but the information it
A Grand Rapids-area woman says Spectrum Health released her STD test results to another woman over the phone, who then put the information on Twitter and
You expect stores to keep recalled products off their shelves, especially if the items pose a potential risk to babies. But that's not what Target 8
The Michigan Senate Thursday easily passed a bill that would fix a state law Sen. Dave Hildenbrand said is "shameful."
A flawed system that allows bad doctors to keep practicing in Michigan needs fixing, state senators said Tuesday in response to a Target 8 investigation.
21 calls, 2 different phone numbers, $10,000 demanded and one West Michigan woman in the middle of the latest phone act used by scammers.
Thursday, the Kent County Health Department started testing to determine just how contaminated the water is.
After taking two water samples from the heavily flooded Grand River to be tested for its contents on Monday, Target 8 has received the results of that testing.
A federal magistrate in Grand Rapids has revoked the bond of an alleged swindler and put him behind bars.
Two West Michigan men have pleaded no contest in connection with running a $9 million scheme that targeted the elderly.
A Florida debt collection company says it won't call a Kentwood woman again after she gave a recording of one call to Target 8 investigators.