Living in Michigan, I've been following the Flint water crisis closely. I'm looking forward to watching a televised and webcast talk by Professor Marc Edwards of Virginia Tech tomorrow. He is an expert in urban water supply safety and has led the research uncovering the lead contamination of Flint residents' drinking water. You can watch live from 2 to 4pm tomorrow (Thurs. Feb. 25) online here http://tv.wkar.org/live-webcast/. The title of his talk is "How Jonathan Baldwin Turner Saved Flint, Mich.: Public-Inspired Science and the Modern Land-Grant University."
You can read more about Marc Edwards and his role in the Flint water crisis in this Washington Post article "The heroic professor who helped uncover the Flint lead water crisis has been asked to fix it".
If you're looking to learn more about the lead water crisis in Flint, Michigan Radio's Environment Report is an excellent place to start.