A 53-year-old man is in critical condition after he was struck by a SUV on Thursday.
A 49-year-old Flint man was arrested after coming under surveillance because of the dozens of 911 calls to his home in the past year.
In recognition of Black History Month, Flint Mayor Sheldon Neeley honored five individuals and one couple for their trailblazing work and leadership in their community.
A local teen is hoping to continue her education at one of the top colleges in the nation. She was featured in a New York Times article focusing on a program that introduces underprivileged students to Ivy League coursework.
As more schools offer up more options for in-person learning, schools have been working hard for months to implement coronavirus measures to keep their students and staff safe. A local superintendent has details about their new safety measures as students prepare to head back to class.
A judge overseeing misdemeanor charges against a former Michigan governor in the Flint water scandal said Tuesday he's struggling with how to handle an aggressive effort to have the case dismissed.
Neglecting a city is not a crime, certainly not one with which Former Gov. Rick Snyder has been charged. That argument appearing in a court filing today by the legal defense team of Snyder.
Flint Community Schools students were expecting to return back to in person learning Monday but three days ago the return was postponed indefinitely. Board member Danielle Green said she doesn't think they're ready.
If you go hunting for unicorns, you’ll find a magical brown one. If you check its cover, it’s coauthored by a little girl from Flint.
Flint Community Schools will not return to in-person learning on Feb. 22 as previously scheduled. The district delayed its return due to an issue regarding sneeze guards.