News@noon: The first criminal charges out of Flint

The Detroit News

Today is Wednesday, April 20, 2016, and the first criminal charges to come out of the Flint water crisis have been filed. Michigan Department of Environmental Quality District Engineer Michael Prysby faces six charges. Stephen Busch, DEQ’s Office of Drinking Water’s Lansing and Jackson district supervisor, faces a total of five charges. And Michael Glasgow, Flint’s utilities administrator, is facing two charges.

Former Detroit FBI head Andrew Arena, left, Attorney General Bill Schuette and attorney Todd Flood discuss a Flint water crisis investigation earlier this year.

Names notably missing from that list: Gov. Rick Snyder and Emergency Manager Darnell Earley. How do you feel about this? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @detroitnews.

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Wings on the brink

More blight aid

Radio host dies 

  • A popular Southwest Michigan radio host and her husband were found dead in their home in an apparent murder-suicide Tuesday. 

Ohio tragedy

Let's get political

The British celebrate

A Viagra waiting list

Nick Mitteer, herdsman at Country Dairy, helps one of the newborn triplet heifers to her feet Tuesday in New Era. Kelsey, a 6-year-old cow, gave birth about 1:30 p.m. Sunday to triplet heifers.

A dose of cute 

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