If you're looking to sell your house, West Michigan realtors say now is the time. It's a sellers' market like never before.
Widely varying prices for the same hospital care are easily found in a new searchable web report put online by the federal government.
Democratic lawmakers have introduced more legislation to raise Michigan's minimum wage to $10 an hour over three years.
Many West Michigan residents received fraudulent text messages Tuesday in what appears to be a case of smishing -- using text messages to run a scam.
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.
Legal or authoritative language has been used for a long time as a kind of sales technique. In the case of some debt collectors, it's selling fear.
As a direct result of across the board budget cuts administered by the federal government, known as sequestration, Emergency Unemployment Compensation benefits
Some people who electronically filed their taxes early are still waiting for their tax refund because of a technical problem.
Radio ads are pushing seminars that will teach you how to make that cash -- and the classes are coming to West Michigan. But can they deliver what they
A recent Fannie Mae survey of more than a 1,000 Americans shows confidence in selling a home climbed to 23% in January 2013. There are signs West Michigan is
"In the long term, there will be less competition, and this is going to raise ticket prices. But in the short term, we're already going to see higher prices,"
Car dealerships will fix recalled parts for free, and yet thousands of drivers have not taken vehicles with open recalls in for repairs. Target 8 found in some
Your credit report could be causing problems you may not even know about.
Two Michigan Lawmakers introduced legislation that would require more online retailers to collect the 6% sales tax for purchases.
By the time you book your flight, pack your bags and lug the family to the airport, you've already spent hundreds of dollars.
A Grand Valley State University economics expert said the West Michigan economy will experience modest growth in 2013, while health-related sectors and