by Josh Israel Jan 25, 2016
Flint could have apparently saved 20 percent on water by not switching to the lead-contaminated Flint River, but did not.
Schuette's office is also responsible for defending Snyder in a class action lawsuit related to the crisis.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 22, 2016
"The first thing they asked me for was my license."
by Erica Hellerstein & Bryce Covert Jan 22, 2016
Pastor Bobby Jackson has been handing out bottled water to his homeless and low-income neighbors for more than a year.
by Adrienne Mahsa Varkiani Jan 21, 2016
An apology doesn’t change the health effects that Flint residents are seeing as a result of the elevated levels of lead in their water.
by Alice Ollstein Jan 20, 2016
"We don't need scientists to tell us that brown water is not good."
by Kira Lerner Jan 19, 2016
Cruz's fellow Republican candidates have generally held off on commenting on the crisis.
by Emily Atkin Jan 19, 2016
Four percent of the city's children have elevated levels of lead in their bloodstreams.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Jan 18, 2016
"Politicizing the issue doesn’t help matters," Snyder said.
by Lauren C. Williams Jan 16, 2016
"There are no excuses. The governor long ago knew about the lead in Flint's water. He did nothing."