Snyder Halts Internal Flint Probes After Prosecutors ObjectAt Snyder's request, the auditor general also decided to no longer interview DHHS staff or ask them for information until further notice.
Michigan Paying Defense Bills For 2 Charged In Flint Water CrisisMichigan is paying criminal defense bills for two state employees charged amid Flint's crisis with lead-tainted water.
New State Rule Would Reduce Detroit Sulfur Dioxide PollutionThe state Legislature would still have to approve the new rule announced Thursday from the state Department of Environmental Quality.
Snyder Fires Former Head Of DEQ Drinking Water Unit“Putting the well-being of Michiganders first needs to be the top priority for all state employees,” the governor said.
DNR Chief To Lead Michigan's Environmental Agency On Interim BasisThe head of Michigan's Department of Natural Resources will temporarily become the state's top environmental regulator.
Agencies Offer Grants To Support Michigan Stream CleanupsSmall grants are available to local governments that want to help clean up Michigan's rivers, streams and creeks.
Regulators Work To Cleanse Highly Contaminated Site In Central MichiganMichigan's top environmental regulator has visited a highly contaminated industrial site in Gratiot County where state and federal officials are overseeing a cleanup.
Michigan Cites Company For Fracking-Related SpillThe state Department of Environmental Quality this week issued a violation notice to Encana Oil and Gas.
Trust For Ex-GM Sites Readies Pollution ReportA trust established to clean up and sell about 90 orphan General Motors properties says it's planning to file a contamination report with the state of Michigan.
Michigan Awards $880,000 For Coastal ProtectionThe Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has awarded 22 grants totaling about $880,000 for projects designed to protect the state's Great Lakes coasts.
Plan Would Dump De-Icing Fluid Into Michigan RiverOfficials at the Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids are seeking permission from the state to build a $15 million pipeline to dispose of a chemical used to melt snow and ice on aircrafts by dumping it into a river.

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