Emails Shows Contractor Was Concerned About Lead In Flint's WaterEmails show senior employees at an engineering company hired by Flint were concerned about lead in the city's water in 2015 but didn't go public, news organizations reported Tuesday.
Court: Communities Can't Raise Tobacco Sales Age To 21The Michigan appeals court has struck down a Genesee County ban on tobacco sales and related products to people under 21.
Parent Claims Bugs Found In Daughter's School BreakfastA parent at a school in the Flint area is raising concerns about food sold at the school.
Governor Whitmer Announces Special Election Dates To Fill Seat In 34th House DistrictGovernor Gretchen Whitmer today announced the dates for a special election in the 34th District of the state House of Representatives to fill the vacancy created by former state Rep. Sheldon Neeley who resigned after being elected mayor of the city of Flint.
Weather Service: Snowfall Records Set In Detroit, FlintIt was a snowfall for the record books in Detroit and Flint.
Flint Mayor Ousted As Recovery, Rebuilding Trust ContinueThe city of Flint, Michigan, will continue to recover from a lead-contaminated water crisis with a new mayor, who will in turn work to rebuild residents' shattered trust.
Rev. Jesse Jackson Visits Flint, Discusses Importance Of VotingThe Rev. Jesse Jackson visited Flint Sunday to discuss the importance of voting and was expected to visit four area churches.
Shields Bring Fit To Her Hometown of FlintShields is fighting Saturday night against Ivana Habazin of Croatia in what will be her first pro fight in her hometown of Flint, Michigan.
Flint’s Water Remains Stable, Continues To Meet Federal And New Stricter State StandardsThe Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy announced Wednesday that the city of Flint’s water system has met state and federal standards for three years in a row and is also meeting the new stricter testing rules Michigan announced last year.
Ouch! Pro Runner Steps Into Michigan Pothole, Breaks LegThere's more evidence of Michigan's woeful roads: A champion runner says he fractured a leg bone when he stepped into a pothole during a 10-mile race in Flint.
Michigan Judge Denies Challenge To New Lead Rules Following Flint Water CrisisA Michigan judge has rejected a legal challenge to the state's new rules governing lead in drinking water that were implemented after the Flint crisis.
Owner Of Swanson Funeral Home Pleads No Contest To Two FeloniesO’Neil Swanson II, 58, of West Bloomfield, pleaded no contest to two felonies late last week before Genesee County Circuit Court Judge Elizabeth A. Kelly for his role in failing to escrow the money he collected from selling prepaid funeral contracts, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced July 25.
Fast Facts: Flint Water Crisis
Ex-FBI Agent Defends Flint Water Probe After CriticismA former FBI agent who investigated the Flint water scandal says investigators were months from "dropping a heavy rock" when new prosecutors took over.
Flint Hears From Prosecutors Who Dropped Water ChargesProsecutors who dropped charges against eight people in the Flint water scandal have explained their decision in a public forum.