State: No Emergency Manager Currently Operating in MichiganState Treasurer Nick Khouri says that for the first time in nearly 18 years no Michigan city or public school district is under financial oversight through an emergency manager.
Almost 9,000 Detroit Residents At Risk Or Have Had Water Shut Off Due To NonpaymentAs long as people come in and set up a payment plan their water will not be shut off.
Detroit Schools Plagued By Mismanagement, Student LossesOfficials say only money from the state will fix the district's problems, both financial and educational.
Gov. Rick Snyder Under Siege Over Racial Impact Of StrategyDuring his tenure, Snyder has had eight cities and three school districts under state control, most with majority black populations and black elected leaders.
Judge Who Drank Flint Water Recuses Himself From CaseGoldsmith served at the Flint federal courthouse for a brief period in 2014 when the city was using water from the Flint River.
Detroit Public School District To Be Restructured Under State House Plan"They are despicable,' says state Rep. of teachers involved in sickouts.
Snoop Dogg Plans Return To Flint For Water Crisis Hoops BenefitThe musician plans to team up with former MSU and pro basketball star Morris Peterson for a "Hoop 4 Water" celebrity basketball game.
Flint Mayor To Governor: Drinking Filtered Water Is Meaningless; You've Got To Live HereWeaver says the governor's decision overlooks the fear Flint residents have over bathing and cooking with their water.
Detroit School Board Names Gov. Snyder In Federal LawsuitThe lawsuit -- in part -- lames the district's financial troubles on Michigan's emergency manager law.
Schools Remain Open As More Teacher Sickouts ExpectedMore teacher sickouts and protests are expected at Detroit Public Schools.
Admission Of Failures In Flint Water Crisis May Not Curb Michigan's Emergency Manager LawA spokesman for House Speaker Kevin Cotter said mistakes were made in Flint "at every level of government," but that emergency managers are needed.
Congressman: 'A 5-Year-Old Would Have Known There Was Something Wrong With The Water'The former head of EPA's regional office that covers Flint defended her actions at the hearing.