Data Blue Conduit

A new map is helping Flint residents sift through the history of their homes to find out what kind of water pipes they have.

Tracking Coronavirus data might seem as easy as going to the state’s website or following your local health department's web page, but as you dig into the data things start to get a bit more complicated.


Experts say local communities have been substituting mental health treatment for jail time in the United States for decades now. Tess DeGayner spoke with Nathan Payne, editor of the Traverse City Record Eagle Newspaper to discuss the Death Sentence data project. The project started over a year ago...




Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel today announced that her office, along with 48 other attorneys general, have reached a settlement with Equifax over a data breach.

Dr. Dorceta Taylor

New research from the University of Michigan finds environmental organizations lack transparency.