Flint Mayor Addresses Accusations He Lied About Graduating From College

He denies misleading the public.

Michigan Supreme Court Rules Judge Improperly Indicted Government Officials In Flint Water Case

The decision leaves residents frustrated about the lack of accountability after the city had been left without a viable water source for a lengthy period.

Michigan Cop Charged With Patrick Lyoya’s Death Is Fired

Officer Christopher Schurr is also facing murder charges.

Michigan Officer Who Fatally Shot Patrick Lyoya Charged With Second-Degree Murder

Officer Christopher Schurr has 'turned himself over' to authorities, the prosecutor says.

White Family Sues School District After Saying Their Black Adopted Daughter Has Endured Months Of Racial Harassment

The teen has reportedly been called the n-word and told to go back to the “plantation.”

Michigan Optometrist Charged With Delivering Nooses And Making Racist Threats

Kenneth Pilon faces years in prison if convicted.

Michigan Activist Fights to Keep Asphalt Plant From Opening In City Already Beleaguered With Environmental Issues

Flint residents push back against a plan to open an asphalt plant calling the plan "environmental racism."

At Funeral, Rev. Al Sharpton Demands Grand Rapids, Mich. Police Identify Officer Who Fatally Shot Patrick Lyoya

The civil rights leader warns that withholding the name can set a dangerous precedent.

Patrick Lyoya Died From Gunshot Wound To Back Of His Head, Independent Autopsy Shows

The Grand Rapids. Mich., man who died when he was shot by an officer, had been pulled over in a routine traffic stop April 4.

Former Michigan Governor Ordered To Testify In Flint Water Crisis Civil Trial

A judge ruled former Gov. Rick Snyder and four others testify in a civil trial regarding contamination of Flint’s water supply.