Michigan Sues Flint for City's Decision on Drinking Water Contract
The city council decided to extend its current contract short-term instead of going with a 30-year one, as the mayor and state had suggested.
Flint Advisory Board Upholds Tax Liens Against City Residents For Unpaid Water Bills
The state won’t help subsidize the city’s water, but it is allocating $4 million to defend employees who were charged for their involvement in the lead water crisis.
READ: Will Officials Charged With Flint Water Crimes Really Do Time?
ProPublica takes a look at similar cases around the world and asks if the high-profile charges against government officials will result in prison time.
Officials Face Involuntary Manslaughter Charges for Flint Water Crisis
“Everyone has to die of something,” said one of the accused.
Flint Residents Deliver 1,000+ Empty Water Bottles to Elected Officials
Each contained a handwritten letter detailing how the water crisis has impacted a city resident.
In Flint, Residents Risk Losing Homes If They Don't Pay Their Water Bills
The city has begun issuing tax liens.
A Film On the Flint Doctor Who Exposed the Water Crisis
Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha didn’t let government officials stop her from seeking justice after finding that her patients’ blood lead levels had dramatically increased.
STUDY: What Did People Google Throughout the Flint Water Crisis?
Searches suggest Flint residents knew something was wrong with their water before government officials or local media did.
Study Shows a Third of Childhood Lead Poisoning Goes Undiagnosed
The report was released the same week as the three-year anniversary of the Flint water crisis.
READ: A Look Into What, Or Who, Might Have Been Behind the Flint Water Crisis
Why did the city take the step to change its water source to the one that caused lead contamination?
Flint Mayor Wants City to Stay With Current Water Supplier
The final decision will be made after a public town hall.
The Navajo Nation Is Experiencing a Water Crisis
In Indian Country, 26,000 homes lack access to safe water and/or sanitation services.
UPDATE: Judge Approves Plan for Pipe Replacement in Flint, Dismisses Lawsuit
Michigan has agreed to put $97 million aside for approximately 18,000 water service lines.
ICYMI: Flint Apartment Complex Facing Water Shut-Off and There Are More to Come
The city will shut off water for up to 18 residences on April 4.
Flint Water Crisis A Result of Systemic Racism and History of Segregation
A new report tracks what led to the disaster—and how to prevent it from happening again.
1,700+ Flint Residents Sue EPA for $722M in Damages
They filed the class-action lawsuit yesterday (January 30) calling out the agency’s inaction on the water crisis.
Michigan Governor Signs First State Legislation to Result From #FlintWaterCrisis
This bill will require municipal water systems to notify the public within three days of discovering dangerous levels of lead.
Twitter Reacts to Cher's Casting in Movie About Flint
“Whenever there is a tragedy involving Black people Hollywood makes it about a white person,” one user tweeted.
ICYMI: Water Bottles From Flint Repurposed to Create Chandeliers
More than 2,000 plastic containers were used for the latest art.
LISTEN: Flint Mayor Speaks Out on City's Water Crisis
Mayor Karen Weaver: “Rebuilding trust is harder than rebuilding infrastructure.”