Michigan Undertaking Plan To Determine If Flint Water Is SafeThe DEQ hopes "to be able to say something about the general health of the system come mid-April."
Gov. Snyder, Michigan Department Of Environmental Quality Served Subpoenas Over Flint Water CrisisAttorneys representing Flint residents in a class-action lawsuit tied to the city's water crisis want more information from the government.
Oil Company Seeks Permit To Drill At Southfield Church"We are very concerned about our parks and land..."
Plans Call For Expanding Storage At Hazardous Waste Facility In DetroitThe facility wants to increase its hazardous waste storage from 64,000 gallons to nearly 666,000 gallons.
Groups Sue Over Steel Plant's Air Emissions PermitThe groups say the permit will allow the plant to continue polluting at levels that had been cited more than 30 times in state enforcement actions.
State Regulators Deny Permit For Detroit Pet Coke StorageDetroit's mayor last year ordered the company to remove piles of the waste product from a site along the Detroit River near the Ambassador Bridge.
Pure Michigan To Showcase Instagram Beach Photos Pure Michigan is asking beach-goers post their photos on Instagram during a 10-day #BeachChallenge.
Michigan Updates Oil, Gas 'Fracking' RegulationsThe state Department of Environmental Quality has updated its regulations of hydraulic fracturing or "fracking," a technique for extracting natural gas and oil from deep underground.
Grants To Help Communities Develop RecyclingThe Michigan Department of Environmental Quality is offering $250,000 in grants to help communities develop recycling programs.
Many Mich. Agencies Lose 2014 Beach Monitoring FundsDozens of health departments and other agencies won't get any money next year because the lion's share will go to Macomb County.
State Sues Developer Over Flint-Area WetlandsAn upscale housing developer violated Michigan law by destroying Flint-area wetlands and dumping sediment into waterways, according to a lawsuit by the state.
State Tests: Mounds Of Petroleum Waste Are SafeTests by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality have found that hulking black mounds along the banks of the Detroit River in southwest Detroit don't pose a threat to human health.