(MPRN-Lansing) The head of the Environmental Protection Agency says Flint’s water system still faces major problems. EPA chief Gina McCarthy sent a warning letter to Governor Rick Snyder and Flint Mayor Karen Weaver. 

Andrew Harnik, The Associated Press


(MPRN-Washington D.C.) Someone should resign. That was the message delivered by members of a congressional oversight panel looking into the drinking water crisis in Flint. Michigan Governor Rick Snyder testified, along with EPA chief Gina McCarthy. Depite that general agreement that someone high up ought to get fired or quit, Republicans and Democrats disagreed on exactly who that should be. 

iStock/Svetlana Larina

(MPRN-Washington D.C.) Governor Rick Snyder and EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy are about to go on hot seat as they take their turn in front of a congressional panel looking into the Flint water crisis. 

iStock/Svetlana Larina

(MPRN-Washington D.C.) The charge has been leveled that state and federal officials put salvaging their careers ahead of making sure kids in Flint had safe drinking water. 

Kevin Lavery, WKAR

A congressional panel will continue its look into the Flint water crisis with another round of hearings this week. The House Oversight and Government Reform Committee will hear Tuesday from former Flint Mayor Dayne Walling, and former Flint Emergency Manager Darnell Earley on how the city’s drinking water became contaminated with lead.