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Located on the Flint river, some 70 miles northwest of Detroit, Flint is best known as the birthplace of General Motors. The area had a thriving carriage business at the turn of the century so it only made sense with advent of the motor vehicle that Flint became the center for manufacturing these new fangled machines.

Population: 124943
Local Newspapers: Flint Journal
Local Sports Teams: Flint Generals (International Hockey League)
Local Colleges: University of Michigan Flint Kettering University

Zip Codes associated with flint, michigan: 48503 48504 48505 48506 48507 48532
Towns/Cities near flint, michigan : Burton Grand Blanc Swartz Creek Flushing Beecher Mt Morris Davison Goodrich

Flint News
'Play Ball' event held in Flint

There was a chance for kids to run the bases, take part in a home run derby and register for a new league for young people. It's called "Comcast Cares Day".

63% of Americans are FINALLY concerned with the quality of their drinking water

Drinking water quality is an issue that does not usually get a lot of attention, which is pretty astounding considering the fact that clean water is one of life's basic necessities. However, the drinking water crisis taking place in Flint, Michigan, has brought this issue to light as concerns mount over plans by the Trump administration to roll back water protections.

Letter: So maybe Syria should bomb Flint, Mich.

Thousands of beautiful babies have been poisoned in Flint, Michigan. Perhaps the Syrian government should drop some bombs on the state Capitol in Lansing because poisoning is such a heinous crime.

Get help from those affected: Why environmental groups need more volunteers of color

Earth Day comes right before National Volunteer Week, an annual celebration of North American volunteerism in late April. This fortuitous timing gives environmental nonprofits an opportunity to engage prospective volunteers, especially nonwhites who live in communities exposed to environmental injustices.

"I hope it is the beginning of a movement:" Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha heads to March for Science

Tomorrow, Earth Day, the March for Science will be held in Washington, D.C. Other marches are planned for hundreds of cities around the world. The organizers' mission statement reads: "The March for Science champions robustly funded and publicly communicated science as a pillar of human freedom and prosperity.

Facebook videos entered into evidence in Buena Vista murder trial

Jurors were sent to lunch early on Friday, April 21, while prosecution and defense teams presented arguments to the judge to allow, or disallow, evidence to be introduced in a murder trial. Justin L. Hughes, 33, accused of slaying 34-year-old Jeffrey Reynolds on a Buena Vista Township, heard two witnesses for the prosecution and one from defense, though all seemed to favor Hughes.

Cleaning, Greening Vacant Lots May Help Fight Crime

In a new study, Michigan State University researchers compared crime statistics from 2005 through 2014 in Flint, Mich., with data from a greening program -- called the Clean and Green program -- in which thousands of abandoned lots were regularly mowed and maintained. "Generally speaking, I found that greening was more prevalent where violent crime, property crime and victimless crime were going down," study author Richard Sadler said in a university news release.

Trump budget cuts could increase lead hazards

The water crisis in Flint, Michigan focused national attention on the dangers of lead exposure, and over the past year Reuters has found more than 3,400 neighborhoods across the United States where childhood lead poisoning rates are at least twice as high as Flint's. Now President Trump is pushing for steep budget cuts that experts say could cause more children, not fewer, to suffer the lifelong effects of lead exposure.

Police: 6 arrested at Flint meeting on city's water supply

In this Thursday, April 20, 2017, photo, Flint police Officer Kristopher Jones removes resident Leah Palladeno, in handcuffs, from a town hall meeting at House of Prayer Missionary Baptist Church, related to the city's crisis with lead-tainted water, in Flint, Mich. Police say six people were arrested for disorderly conduct or other reasons.

Federal Law To Protect Drinking Water Up For Review

Midwest Food Bank workers and volunteers carry cases of water that was donated, Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2016, in Indianapolis. All of the water that was collected will be sent to Flint, Mich., where drinking water has been contaminated by lead.

March for Science: Nearly 500 communities across the globe will partake in Earth Day rallies

This Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, 2017, people in cities across the globe will march to celebrate science and its valuable role in everyday society. According to the event website , the march is not only about scientists and politicians; it is about the role that science plays in each of our lives and the need to respect and encourage research that gives us insight into the world.

James Richardson, Jr. named Judge Marable Student of the Year

Flint Division Judge Herman Marable, Jr. and his Citizens Advisory Committee announced that James Richardson, Jr. of Flint has been selected as the Judge Marable Student of the Year for the 2015-2016 school year. James, 16, is currently a junior at Grand Blanc High School.

Christie: State takeover helps Atlantic City turn the corner

Gov. Chris Christie is taking a victory lap in Atlantic City, saying his hard-fought takeover of the struggling gambling resort is starting to pay off with projects like a new university campus and a major casino investment. But the national head of the NAACP and local officials of the civil rights organization are wary of the state's intentions and are particularly afraid the city's water system will fall into private hands.

Lawyer says shots fired at undercover Flint cop were 'misunderstanding'

The lawyer for a man accused of shooting at an undercover Flint police officer said the incident was a misunderstanding after the suspect was the victim of an alleged drive-by shooting. Datwan Anthony Stewart, 27, of Flint faces seven felonious assault charges and a felony firearm charge in connection to the shooting around 9 p.m. on March 30 in the 5400 block of Marja Street.

Senate panel cuts Flint food dollars from agriculture budget, rankling Democrats

A proposed $680,000 cut to the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development budget funding Double Up Food Bucks led Democrats to oppose the bill in the Senate Appropriations Committee Wednesday. The Double Up Food Bucks are currently in place in Flint, which is suffering from a water crisis stemming from a water source switch made under a state-appointed emergency manager.

Severe weather with an isolated tornado possible in Detroit, Ann Arbor, Lansing and Flint

A fairly strong storm system will move through Lower Michigan today. This afternoon and early evening will have weather features that could produce severe thunderstorms in the southeast corner of Lower Michigan.

Work underway to remove coal tar from site of former Flint gas plant

Trees and brush have been removed from a large swath of the banks along the Flint River as Consumers Energy readies to dredge up 75,000 cubic yards of soil near its' former manufactured gas plant in the downtown area to remove coal tar. The river remediation project, spanning from the Hamilton Damn to East Fifth Avenue, will include mobilization of equipment and site preparation, set to begin in May, with dredging of impacted sediment and excavation of riverbank soil to start in June.

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