Flint Update: Prosecutors Examine Phone And Hard Drive of Former Governor Rick Snyder
A search warrant was executed to delve into data stored on devices used by Snyder and 66 other government officials.
From Notre Dame to Flint, Our Giving Exposes Who We Are [Op-Ed]
Writer Wei Jia and Project South’s Azadeh Shahshahani explore why the cathedral is being rebuilt by billionaires, but—five years after the water crisis began—Flint still doesn’t have safe water.
Flint Residents Get Greenlight to Sue EPA
Thousands have joined a lawsuit that says the federal agency was negligent in its response to the city’s water crisis.
Flint Receives $77 Million to Fund New Water Projects
Five years after the water crisis began, the city continues to recover with projects to protect residents and update infrastructure.
READ: Flint Whistle Blower Says Government Is Still Failing Residents
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha believes the state legislature is taking actions that could cause another water crisis.
Flint Launches Program to Help Kids Who Need Special Education Services Because of Water Crisis
Experts say it’s a step in the right direction, but not enough.
City of Flint to Stand Trial For Supplying Toxic Water
An appeals court ruled that the city has no immunity in the case.
State and Federal Government Still Resisting Efforts to Save Flint
Government employees allege that higher ups do not want to prevent another water crisis.
High Lead Levels Force Detroit to Shut Off Water Fountains At All Public Schools
The underfunded district faces millions in plumbing bills to reverse the problem.
Dangerously High Lead Levels Found In Suburban Chicago Homes
Researchers who helped in Flint, Michigan, are now intervening in Illinois.
New Report Details How Poorly The EPA Handled Flint Water Crisis
The EPA’s inspector general says the agency’s passivity worsened a “catastrophic situation.”
Watch Jenifer Lewis' Viral Video About Flint
“Flint ain’t fixed!”
Michigan Seeks to Enact Nation's Strictest Rules on Water Lead Levels
The changes are a response to the ongoing Flint water crisis.
ICYMI: Nestlé to Donate Water to Flint
Nestlé reportedly pays just $200 per year to access underground aquifers in the Michigan town of Evart, just two hours from Flint.
New Legislation Aims to Prevent the Next Flint Water Crisis
Representatives Keith Ellison and Ro Khanna introduced The WATER Act on the fourth anniversary of the day Flint’s water woes began.
Michigan to Stop Distributing Free Bottled Water in Flint
Many of the city’s residents do not trust—or use—what comes out of their tap.
Testing Shows That Flint's Kids Still Attend Schools With Elevated Lead Water Levels
Free bottled water for students is only guaranteed through the end of this school year.
Water Crisis Weighs on Citizens and Police in 'Flint Town'
A new Netflix documentary series embeds with the Flint Police Department as the water crisis corrodes the relationship between Flint officials and the predominantly Black citizens they serve.
STUDY: Outbreak of Legionnaire's Disease Linked to Flint Water Crisis
Researchers trace a rise in the illness to the water source that triggered the crisis.
Flint Finally Has A New Permanent Water Source
The predominantly Black residents of the Michigan city have been without safe water for 1,316 days.