After Flint, Lawmakers Study $165M For Other InfrastructureKey legislators are receptive to the concept of the new fund but say details must be hashed out, including how much to spend initially and how to spend it.
Michigan Congressman Proposes Lower Lead Limit For Tap WaterRep. Dan Kildee says U.S. tap water protections are "outdated and a patchwork of different rules," and Flint is a "wake-up call" for the nation.
Strip Club Hands Out Bottled Water To Flint ResidentsHe says don't expect that there will be a show going on outside of the adult entertainment club.
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.
Detroit Lions Veteran Pro Bowl S Glover Quin Donates Water For Flint, MILions’ veteran Pro Bowl safety Glover Quin has rallied his teammates in the Detroit defensive secondary together to donate water to those affected by the water crisis in neighboring Flint, Michigan.
Work Moves Ahead On New Michigan Water PipelineAbout 1,200 workers are taking advantage of the relatively mild winter to build the final portion of a new pipeline to bring water from Lake Huron to communities including Flint.
Thousands Of Flint Residents Connect To Ask Questions About Water ContaminationCongressman Dan Kildee has called on the EPA to investigate what he calls the state of Michigan's "incompetence" in response to the water crisis.
State Under Mounting Scrutiny For Flint's Water CrisisThe ACLU began investigating after residents continually raised concerns about the water.
Governor Snyder Supports Switching Troubled Flint Water System Back To DetroitFlint is currently facing a public health emergency over lead in its water.
Toledo Assures Monroe County Residents: 'We Test Water Daily For Harmful Toxin'Officials in Toledo say they are doing daily water testing for the dangerous toxin that led to a water crisis in the region a year ago that left some Monroe County residents without water for days.
'Michigan Matters': Protecting Our Most Valuable Resource ... WaterThree community acitivists -- Peggy Case, Jim Lively and Liz Kirkwood -- appeared on "Michigan Matters" and told host Carol Cain their thoughts on how the state is doing in in protecting our rivers, streams and lakes.
'Michigan: Our Water, Our Future' Tackles The Issues!