Advocates say Flint has blown through a court-ordered May 1 deadline to figure out which residents are still dealing with potholed yards and sidewalks, after work crews excavated lead service lines and left a mess behind.
Once beset by industrial pollution, Rouge River on a slow path to recovery
Thanks to the Clean Water Act, the Rouge is no longer a dumping ground for industrial waste. But its gains are fragile and incomplete, with contaminants still soiling the river bottom and the fish that returned to its waters.
Amid human health fears over PFAS, Michigan weighs new fish guidance
As evidence mounts about the health risks from the so-called ‘forever chemicals’, state regulators are considering whether PFAS ‘do not fish’ advisories are strong enough to protect Michiganders. If the answer is no, more rivers may be flagged for contaminated fish.
Michigan Republicans outraged by Donald Trump indictment, Dems mostly mum
As news spread Thursday that the former president had been indicted on charges related to payments made to adult film actress Stormy Daniels, Michigan Republican officials cried foul while Democrats urged restraint.
EPA seeks lower PFAS drinking water standard: What it means for Michigan
The new standards, which could take effect this year, would be stricter than Michigan’s existing standards. EPA officials acknowledged it’s unsafe to drink virtually any of two PFAS compounds, but set proposed limits at the lowest amount technology can detect.
MSU returns to class with unease, determination and more empty seats
MSU students described their return to class Monday as anything but normal, yet many called it a necessary step in the long road back to normalcy.
Michigan State University school shooting: How to help victims of attack
Donations are pouring into verified fundraisers set up to help victims and their families.
Michigan State professor details terror of mass shooting in Room 114
Marco Díaz-Muñoz, a language and humanities professor, described the terrifying moments when a masked figure entered the classroom and wordlessly began shooting, killing two students and injuring others.
Michigan State University school shooting: How to help
Donations are pouring in to fundraisers set up to help victims and their families.
MSU shooting: Anthony McRae had guns charge, mental health problems
The alleged gunman faced a felony gun charge that could have led to a lifetime ban on possessing a firearm if he was convicted. He was allowed to plead to a misdemeanor.