The law firm, Jones Day, lied to the public for months about the prospect of municipal bankruptcy.
Columnist Nick Krieger explains why the state of Michigan does not have the authority to prevent Flint from suing.
Flint taxpayers are on the hook for the growing legal fees of the former emergency manager who failed to protect residents from the drinking water crisis.
Mayor Duggan’s outlandish claim during the State of the City address warrants a closer look at his relationship with Gov. Snyder and emergency management.
The news comes on the same day the FBI confirmed it was investigating officials’ role in the Flint water crisis.
Even the state Treasury warned against using a new pipeline that ultimately led to a decision to use the Flint River.
DPS officials are accused of ignoring numerous complaints that Charles Pugh was preying on students.
Detroit Public Schools has an ugly history of failing to safeguard its abandoned properties, but the problem is worsening at an alarming rate.
This is the third time in two months that the Duggan administration has demanded that we pay thousands of dollars for public records. One bill was $42,000.
This isn’t about the effectiveness of a city ordinance or emergency management. It’s about a mayor intentionally misleading the public.