City Of Flint Looks To Fill 7,000 Vacant Commercial Building Amid Recovery EffortEmpty properties are found across the city, including former retail, office and industrial buildings.
State To Provide Supplies To Flint After Federal Emergency Aid EndsThe emergency declared by the Obama administration in January ends Aug. 14.
Water From Tap Still Undrinkable In Flint But Other Benchmarks Being MetHealth officials say a filter should still be used for drinking and food preparation.
Engineers To Present New Data On Flint Water QualityThey'll also discuss continued sampling of the water for the bacteria that can cause Legionnaires' disease.
Flint Water Crisis A Warning In Other States Dealing With Aging InfrastructuresThe issues of safe drinking water and eroding infrastructure are gaining more attention due to the crisis in Flint, Michigan.
Flint Residents Hope Pipe Flushing Will Help Get Lead OutResidents are being encouraged to run cold water for 10 minutes a day to help Flint recover from its lead-tainted water crisis.
Snyder, Other Firms Named In NAACP Lawsuit Over Flint's Poisoned WaterThe suit names Gov. Rick Snyder and other officials, along with two firms hired to evaluate water quality.
State Spends $3.6 Million On Flint Emergency PaychecksMichigan has spent more than $3.6 million for things like distributing and sampling water and administrative work.
Doctor Who Helped Expose Flint Water Crisis Speaking At MSUMona Hanna-Attisha is the speaker at Michigan State University's undergraduate commencement ceremony.
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.
UN Experts: Human Rights In Flint May Have Been ViolatedOne expert alleged such choices wouldn't have been made if its population "was well-off or overwhelmingly white."
Legislative Panel Holds 5th Hearing On Flint Water CrisisA legislative committee created to review Flint's water crisis hearing from top-ranking leaders in Gov. Rick Snyder's administration.
Criminal Charges In Flint Water Crisis Raise StakesMichigan Attorney General Bill Schuette guaranteed more charges in the $1.5 million investigation, which being led by a former FBI agent.
3 Charged With Several Crimes In Flint Water Crisis, More ComingTwo state regulators and a Flint employee are charged with evidence tampering and several other felony and misdemeanor counts related to the Michigan city's lead-tainted water crisis.
Government Officials: 3 To Be Charged In Connection With Flint Water CrisisThe charges will be filed against a pair of state Department of Environmental Quality officials and a local water treatment plant supervisor, according to reports.