Faith-based and nonprofit organizations, companies, the rich and famous, and many others have targeted Flint for charitable giving.
In honor of the state’s 179th birthday, here are five interesting facts about the Great Lakes State.
Local officials have filed a federal lawsuit to block a new Michigan law that restricts them from informing voters about ballot issues.
A bill that will send more than $28 million to the city of Flint to help with the water crisis there is awaiting action in the state Senate.
More than 45,000 students at 44 Michigan high schools will get driving safety education as part of a program for the 2015-2016 school year.
The Mackinac Bridge has reopened after falling ice forced officials to stop travel between Michigan’s two peninsulas.
Walmart and several global beverage-makers have pledged to deliver about 175 truckloads of bottled water to Flint.
State Sen. Jim Ananich lives in one of the areas of Flint with the highest suspected concentrations of lead in the water.
An organization is stepping up to take care of the plastic water bottles piling up in Flint.
The Michigan Lottery says Pat Kukla may be the luckiest man in Calhoun County.
A bottled water company owned by the celebrities is pledging to donate water to Flint.
Autopsy results revealed that a man whose body was found outside a Mecosta County church last week died of hypothermia.
A Lansing church is working to reach undocumented immigrants in Flint and spread the word that help is available for everyone who needs it.
Organizers say there were more than 815,000 visitors to the North American International Auto Show this year.
A former prosecutor and a retired head of the Detroit FBI will play key roles in an investigation into Flint’s water crisis.