Tests Show Elevated Levels Of Lead At Howell Elementary SchoolThe school district began a water-testing program in its schools in light of the lead-contamination crisis in Flint.
Snyder Calls For $30 Million In State Help For Flint Water BillsCustomers would still be responsible for paying for water used to flush toilets, water lawns, wash clothes and other purposes.
Michael Moore's Open Letter: Don't Send Water To Flint"Unfortunately, the honest answer to your offer of help is, sadly, you can’t," stated Moore in his letter.
Ex-prosecutor To Spearhead Investigation Into Flint WaterThe Michigan AG says Todd Flood, a former assistant prosecutor in Wayne County, will spearhead Schuette's investigation and serve as special counsel.
Q&A: What You Need To Know About The Drinking Water Crisis In FlintThe crisis began after officials switched the water source in 2014 while under state financial management, and the tap water became contaminated with lead.
Michigan Matters: Protecting Michigan Waterways And The Political LandscapeThe first Democratic presidential debate, the implosion of the Detroit Lions, The FBI looking at Gov. Snyder’s EAA and DPS and issues revolving around Flint’s lead tainted water are discussed by this week's roundtable.
Wayne State Advances Tech For Detecting Lead Hot Spots In Urban GardensThe local food movement is gaining traction in cities across America, with urban gardens contributing a healthy source of fresh produce for local citizens as well as providing a social outlet for gardeners and creating open spaces for residents to enjoy.