Most of the money -- $600 million -- is coming from the state of Michigan, which was accused of repeatedly overlooking the risks of switching Flint's water source without treating the water to prevent what turned out to be a disaster.
Liane Shekter Smith, who was the head of the state's drinking water office when Flint's water system was contaminated had $191,880 in back pay returned.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer proposed using federal COVID-19 relief money to replace lead water pipes.
Flint's drinking water has met state and federal lead standards for five years in a row, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy announced.
The settlement fund includes $600 million from Michigan and $20 million from Flint. Attorneys are seeking $200 million in fees so the amount of money available to Flint residents is far less than $641 million.
The study shows there was distrust of the government before the Flint water crisis and it just got worse.
A Flint judge has rejected a request to dismiss misdemeanor charges against a former Michigan governor in the Flint water scandal.
Lawyers who helped secure a settlement for Flint residents are asking to receive payment for their work.
The lawyers who negotiated a settlement for victims of tainted water in Flint are asking for $209 million in fees and expenses, roughly a third of the massive damages the state is shelling out.
Judge William Crawford said he needs to research whether prosecutors filed the case in the wrong county and issues concerning the one-man grand jury used to indict former Gov. Rick Snyder.
Lawyers for former Gov. Rick Snyder and eight other defendants oppose a motion from a Genesee County Chief Circuit Judge who requested extra time to review grand jury testimony. They say the delay will hurt the defendants.
A judge has granted the first approval of a $641 million deal that would go to Flint residents who were harmed by lead-tainted water.
The attorney for former Gov. Rick Snyder said the charges against the ex-Michigan leaders should be dismissed because he was charged in the wrong county. Snyder was indicted on a misdemeanor charge of willful neglect in Genesee County.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel said she will hold a Thursday morning press conference to announce the findings of her team's investigation into the Flint Water Crisis.
“I want to get excited and get my hopes up but they have been dashed so many times with what they think is justice," said Melissa May, Flint resident and activist.
"I have to say that my surmise, is these charges are nothing more than an attempt by some to gain some type of a political advantage to take advantage of the situation," said Levine, the defense attorney for Baird.
"It's hard to say - what's lives worth? It is never going to be enough," she said. "If we could get a sliver of justice I think it would bring hope to many that we need right now."
The former mayor of Flint, Karen Weaver, calls the misdemeanor charges against former Gov. Rick Snyder a slap in the face to the residents of Flint.
The Michigan Attorney General's Office has charged nine people, including ex-Governor Rick Snyder, in a wide-reaching probe of the Flint Water Crisis. One of the case's prosecutors called it "one of the largest criminal investigations" in the world.
Former Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder was charged Wednesday with two counts of willful neglect of duty stemming from an investigation of the Flint water crisis.