Flint

City of Flint water tower
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The election of new City Council members might break an impasse and lead to a long-term deal over drinking water in Flint, Michigan. 

View of the Flint river
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Governor Rick Snyder has signed a spending bill that includes more money to prosecute members of his administration for their roles in the Flint water crisis. As we hear from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta, the 600 thousand dollars will go to state Attorney General Bill Schuette’s office.


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Flint Mayor Karen Weaver has survived a recall attempt with over 54-percent of the city's voters electing to keep her as Mayor. 

City of Flint water tower
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The state of Michigan wants the mayor of Flint to sign a 30-year deal for water next week.

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The latest in a criminal case against Michigan’s health director, who is charged with involuntary manslaughter in a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak during the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint (all times local):

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Flint mayor Karen Weaver joined Brooke Allen for "Mondays with the Mayor." She gave her opinion about the city council's request for more time to study Flint's long-term water source options, the Lifetime movie on Flint and rerouting of the Flint river.


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The ranking Democrat on the US House Oversight Committee wants to subpoena Governor Rick Snyder.

As we hear from Michigan Public Radio’s Rick Pluta, he’s looking for more answers on when the governor become aware of a fatal outbreak of Legionnaire’s disease. 


City of Flint water tower
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The City Council in Flint has voted to extend a short-term contract for drinking water after requesting more time to comply with a federal judge's order to choose a long-term water source. 

City of Flint water tower
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The City Council in Flint, Michigan, is asking a federal judge for more time to choose a long-term source of drinking water in the wake of the city's lead-tainted water crisis.

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Some classes are being canceled at the University of Michigan-Flint due to intermittent power outages.

City of Flint water tower
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A special prosecutor said Monday he'll add a charge of involuntary manslaughter against Michigan's chief medical executive in a criminal investigation of the tainted water crisis in Flint.

City of Flint water tower
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A federal judge has ordered Michigan and Flint officials to meet again with a mediator to discuss the long-term future of the city's water supply.

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Hip-hop artist and Flint native Mama Sol performs Hard to Swallow, Thankful and much more!  WATCH NOW

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One of three new exhibitions at the Flint Institute of Arts highlights more than five decades of work by an area printmaker.

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A Michigan woman has received her high school diploma eight decades after being kicked out of school for being pregnant.

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