Flint Water Protestors Invade State CapitolNoisy protesters angry at Governor Rick Snyder's decision to close the last four free bottled water sites in Flint converged on the state Capitol to demand better efforts to provide clean water.
Drinking Water In Flint Schools To Be Tested For LeadMichigan officials are preparing to test water in Flint School District buildings for lead.
Tests Show High Lead Levels At 4 Flint Schools, Care CentersThe tests were completed by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs and the Department of Environmental Quality.
Flint Mayor Wants State Plan On School Water TestingStudents will not be allowed to drink from the tap until officials are satisfied with the water's safety.
Groups Accuse Flint Of Violating Legal Settlement Over WaterThe plaintiffs say they went to the judge as a "last resort."
Council Narrowly Approves Long-Term Flint Water DealThe deal was approved by a 5-4 vote after hours of debate and comments from dozens of residents.
Court-Ordered Talks Lead To Breakthrough On Flint WaterThe council is expected to vote on the 30-year agreement Tuesday night.
Election Could Lead To Long-Term Water Deal For FlintIt's part of a strategy to get the city past a lead contamination crisis.
More Than 5,200 Water Lines Replaced In Flint The program's goal is to replace nearly 20,000 lead-tainted lines in Flint by 2020.
Judge Dismayed By Flint's Failure To Follow Water OrderA judge on Friday said the Flint City Council again has failed to come up with a long-term water source and may be pushing the troubled community toward bankruptcy.
Michigan Governor Sticking To Story About Legionnaires'Nearly 100 Legionnaires' cases, including 12 deaths, were reported in the Flint area when the city was using the Flint River for water.
Snyder Appointee Contradicts Him On Legionnaires' OutbreakDid Gov. Rick Snyder lie under oath before Congress about when he knew about the deadly Legionnaires' disease outbreak in the Flint area?