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.
City of Flint to Stand Trial For Supplying Toxic Water
An appeals court ruled that the city has no immunity in the case.
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.
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.
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.
Despite Still Needing Filters, Flint Residents Must Start Paying Full Cost for Their Water
Those who can’t afford their bills will face shutoffs.
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.
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.
ICYMI: Water Bottles From Flint Repurposed to Create Chandeliers
More than 2,000 plastic containers were used for the latest art.
Trump Pushes Unfounded Claim That Millions of Undocumented Immigrants Illegally Voted for Clinton
Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein and Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton are working on a recount in Wisconsin. Meanwhile, the president-elect just keeps tweeting.
Rasheed Wallace on Flint: 'That Water's Not Fixed'
The former NBA star and assistant coach for the Detroit Pistons penned a heartfelt essay about the Michigan city’s ongoing water crisis for The Players’ Tribune.
Pastor Shuts Down Trump at Black Church in Flint
Rev. Faith Green Timmons: “Mr. Trump, we invited you here to thank us for what we’ve done in Flint, not to give a political speech.”
For Flint, Finding Safe Drinking Water Is Still a Problem
Water bottle donations have decreased, and doctors are questioning the effectivenes of water filters.
Michigan Budget Focuses on Flint's Children, Gives City $165M More
The funding increase comes on the heels of a CDC study confirming that kids 6 or younger were exposed to high levels of lead after Flint began selling cheaper, improperly treated water to its residents.
Metro Detroit High School Takes Action Against Students in Racist Video
“We just had an incident a few months ago, and we have all these things still happening,” one student said.
These 3 Men Were Charged With Felonies for Flint Water Crisis
In total, they face 13 criminal charges.
Michigan Gov. to Drink Flint Water for 30 Days. Mayor is Unmoved.
“Drinking filtered water does not impress us at all,” Flint Mayor Karen Weaver said. “We need the funds because our goal has not changed, which is new pipes for the people of the city of Flint.”