Here's good news!  Flint will receive $100 million in federal funding to address the city's drinking water crisis after the supply was contaminated with lead.

Gov. Rick Snyder signed the aid into law this week, months after it was initially approved by then President Barack Obama and Congress.

The new money will be used to replace corroded pipes and to update aging water mains and infrastructure.  Water meters will be replaced as well.  Here's more from WILX-TV 10.