Thursday, April 25, marks five years since Flint made the switch to the Flint River as its water source. What questions do you still have about Flint's water crisis? Ask us by using the submission form below.
Attorneys representing groups that sued to force the replacement of Flint’s lead service lines expect the job will get done this year.
Earlier this week, the city of Flint awarded contracts to replace the lead and galvanized pipes connecting homes to city water mains. It’s the final phase of a project started at the height of Flint’s water crisis. The pipes were a primary source of lead in Flint’s drinking water.
What would you do if your tap water turned brown? If it gave your children a rash every time they took a bath? Or worse, what if it made them sick? Listen to our special documentary below, and hear the wild story about how the water in Flint became Not Safe To Drink.