City Of Detroit Announces COVID-19 Water Restart PlanFor the first 30 days the State of Michigan will cover costs and after 30 days for only $25 a month, customers without water can have it restored.
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.
Which Drink Is Best For Hydration? Hint: It Isn't WaterWhen you're thirsty and in need of a drink, which beverages are best at keeping you hydrated?
Cases of Water Found in an Abandoned Church in FlintCases of water were found inside an abandoned school in Flint and documented by an Urban explorer from the area.
Michigan Releases Results Of Water Tests For PFAS ChemicalsMore than 60 drinking water systems in Michigan sampled last year had measurable levels of a class of long-lasting and highly toxic chemicals linked to cancer.
Michigan Standard For Protecting Drinking Water May Not Be Strong EnoughMichigan may need stronger standards for toxins based on new reports. 
Michigan Agencies Are Helping Schools Check For Lead In PlumbingMichigan agencies are offering to help schools check their plumbing for lead.
High Lead And Copper Levels Found At 57 Detroit Public SchoolsThe Detroit Public Schools says elevated levels of lead or copper have been found in water fixtures at 57 of 86 schools tested so far.
NASA Finds 'Water Ice' On The Surface Of The MoonScientists have long believed that water ice could exist in the ever-dark recesses at the moon's poles and that belief has finally been confirmed in a paper published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences on Aug. 20.
Michigan Families Concerned About Chemicals Found In Tap WaterIt's been about three weeks since Tammy Cooper last drank water from her tap. That's when she saw a warning on Facebook for residents of her small Western Michigan town to stop drinking the water.
Deadly E.Coli Outbreak Traced to Contaminated WaterDon't worry, the recent deadly outbreak of E. coli in romaine lettuce is over. And yes, the romaine lettuce you buy at the store or pile on your plate at the salad bar now is safe to eat.