The water quality in Flint was an issue long before the national news media got to the story. Many are asking, "What took so long?"
The city can't afford the $1.5 billion price tag to replace its aging pipes, which are leaching lead into the water.
Gov. Rick Snyder last night released more than 250 pages of his own emails relating to the lead-tainted water crisis in Flint.
Chia Morgan, a social worker and parent of a 3-year-old, explains how the water crisis is affecting her family.
In his State of the State Address tonight, Gov. Rick Snyder is expected to spend most of the speech discussing the water crisis.
The city of 100,000 people wasn't always such a rough place. Gordon Young discusses "Teardown: Memoir of a Vanishing City."
Flint residents are calling for Governor Rick Snyder's resignation, as the water there remains undrinkable due to high levels of lead.
The move comes months after tests first showed residents – including children – experienced a spike in lead levels in their blood.
The number of children with above-average lead levels has nearly doubled since the city switched its drinking water source.