Emails Show Officials Sniping Amid 2nd Michigan Lead CrisisThe documents and emails provide a behind-the scenes look at conversations between state and Benton Harbor officials after samples indicated high lead readings three years ago.
Michigan City With Lead In Water Ordered To Fix Water PlantThe Environmental Protection Agency said the situation was dire enough to order Benton Harbor to consider turning the water system over to someone else.
Here’s A List Of Michigan Beach Closures This WeekendSeveral Michigan beaches are closed this weekend at a time when they would normally be packed for the Fourth of July holiday.
Detroit Water Department Gives ‘All Clear’ To Use Drinking Water In Several East Side NeighborhoodsThe Detroit Water Department is giving the all-clear to use drinking water in several eastside neighborhoods.
Water Main Break Temporarily Shuts Off Water DowntownThe Detroit Water and Sewerage Department shut-off valves for a large part of downtown Detroit where some businesses and residents either experienced no water at all or low water pressure.
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 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.
City Of Detroit To Continue Moratorium On Water ShutoffsThe city of Detroit is extending a moratorium that stops water shutoffs for people unable to pay their water bills.
More Than 2 Years In The Making, $600M Flint Water Deal A Step Toward Making Amends"Flint residents have endured more than most, and to draw out the legal back-and-forth even longer would have achieved nothing but continued hardship"
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.