Attorneys For Former Gov. Snyder Says Conflict of Interest Should Stop Flint Water Court CaseAttorneys representing Former Governor Rick Snyder said a conflict of interest might keep the Flint water case from going forward.
Judge Needs More Time For Thorny Issues In Flint Water CaseDistrict Judge William Crawford II said he doesn’t know if he can make a decision about the work of a judge in a Circuit Court who served as a one-man grand jury and returned an indictment against Rick Snyder.
Michigan Schools Try To Eliminate Hunger For StudentsThe school district is working with the Food Bank of Eastern Michigan and the state Department of Education on the Best Food Forward Program. The goal is to eliminate hunger in school children.
Donors Helping Michigan Man Buy Home After 25 Years In PrisonA Michigan man who was released from prison after nearly 25 years plans to buy a house after a public plea by his supporters raised more than $265,000.
15 Pit Bulls Captured In Flint Fighting RingThe fighting ring was accidentally found during a drug investigation over the weekend.
Federal Judge Grants Preliminary Approval To $641M Flint Water SettlementThe Court’s approval order will become effective on Jan. 27, 2021.
Attorneys: Ex-Governor Snyder Charged In Wrong County Over FlintAttorneys for former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder are striking back, telling prosecutors Tuesday that the Flint water case should be dismissed because he was charged in the wrong county.
Former Michigan Governor, Rick Snyder, Charged In Flint Water CrisisFormer Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder was charged Wednesday with willful neglect of duty after an investigation of ruinous decisions that left Flint with lead-contaminated water and a regional outbreak of Legionnaires' disease.
Flint Families Welcome Water Crisis Charges, Seek HealingResidents had been complaining about the discolored discharge as early as 2014 after the financially strapped city — while under state oversight — switched from water pumped from Detroit to the Flint River to save money.
Michigan Plans To Charge Ex-Gov. Snyder In Flint Water ProbeFormer Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder, his health director and other ex-officials have been told they’re being charged after a new investigation of the Flint water scandal.
Judge Plans To Hear From Residents In $641M Flint Water DealA judge said Monday that she'll wait until January before deciding whether to give preliminary approval to a $641 million settlement in a lawsuit by Flint residents who were exposed to water contaminated with lead and bacteria.
Flint Joins $641M Deal To Settle Lawsuits Over Lead-Tainted WaterThe city's insurer would kick in $20 million as part of a sweeping deal to settle lawsuits against Flint, the state of Michigan and other parties.
Flint Water Settlement Borrowing Plan Approved By LawmakersThe legislation received House approval on 105-3 and 104-4 votes and will be signed by Democratic Gov. Gretchen Whitmer.
Michigan Legislators Finalize Flint Water Settlement Plan To Borrow $600MThe legislation received House approval on 105-3 and 104-4 votes and would authorize a loan from a state economic development fund, costing more than $1 billion to repay over 30 years — $35 million annually.
Michigan Will Borrow $600M For Flint Water SettlementMichigan lawmakers on Wednesday planned to begin swiftly passing a plan to borrow $600 million to fund the state's proposed settlement with the residents of Flint, who sued after their municipal water supply was contaminated with elevated levels of lead for 18 months.