Health Officials, CDC Investigating Shigellosis Outbreak Around Flint AreaAn outbreak of a highly contagious gastrointestinal illness, shigellosis, has CDC officials stationed in Flint.
Tentative Agreement Reached Over Trash Pickup In FlintUnder the agreement a lawsuit over the issue will be dismissed.
Clarkston Man Charged In 2 Attacks On Female JoggersIn each case, prosecutor's say, the 40-year-old suspect punched a woman in the face.
A Deliberate Slight To Flint's Mayor On Heels Of Donald Trump Visit To City?Flint Mayor Karen Weaver says she's baffled by the visit of Donald Trump without notice.
Police Investigate Possible Break-In At Flint Mayor's OfficeMayor Karen Weaver says she feels threatened and hopes that police can find the man.
Senate To Hold Test Vote On Water Projects, $220M For FlintThe bipartisan bill would authorize 29 projects in 18 states.
Flint Getting $3.7 Million From Feds For 33 FirefightersThe money will be used to bring back 33 firefighters, raising the staff to 91.
Group Surprises Flint Kids With Packs Stuffed With School SuppliesMany of them screamed out in excitement when a curtain concealing the surprise gifts was pulled back.
Complaint Seeks Flint Hospital's Information On Legionella CasesA complaint filed with the Michigan Court of Appeals says state health officials have not received information on Legionella cases from a Flint hospital since April.
Pure Gold: Flint's Claressa Shields Becomes First U.S. Olympic Boxer To Win 2 Gold MedalsFlint-native Claressa Shields becomes the first U.S. Olympic boxer to win two gold medals.
$5 Million, Legislation Sought For Flint Promise ScholarshipThe program allows communities that secure enough private funding to also use state tax revenue to pay students' college tuition. It is limited to 10 high-poverty areas currently.
Officials: Flint Water Efforts Remain After Emergency Declaration Expires"We won't be at the finish line until testing can confirm that Flint residents are receiving safe, clean drinking water."