Today, we look at the not-so-readily-apparent social costs of the Flint water crisis. And we learn how dark money groups try to influence your vote.
To find individual interviews, see below:
- Water tests show improvements in Flint, but bottled water and filters still a must
- State sitting out DPS, EAA debt repayment debacle
- The social costs of the Flint water crisis could amount to $395 million
- Michigan's tech scene sown, but will it maintain startup crop?
- Mailers, radio ads, robocalls: How dark money groups tried to influence 5 GOP primary races
- Michigan working toward "next generation" of primary care
- Jupiter revving up Perseid meteor shower