Ronnie Duncan, WBTV News

Ronnie Duncan


Flint, MI, United States

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Past articles by Ronnie:

Smack down: Viral video of man beaten with can Twisted Tea after using racial slur is from Elyria (graphic)

Police were not called to the Circle K on Broad Street on Christmas Eve and no charges have been filed, which is why 19 News is blurring the people in the video. → Read More

Showdown in Congress over Flint funding

A showdown is underway over millions of dollars that would help the City of Flint. A bill on the floor of Congress would send more than $172 million federal dollars, along with a $700 million loan,... → Read More

County leaders demand state reimburse them

Genesee County Commission Chairman Jamie Curtis is demanding that the state of Michigan give the county more than $1 million as reimbursement for money the county spent on the Flint water crisis. → Read More

Whistleblower files lawsuit

Lee Ann Walters, is picking up her gloves and she is preparing for a legal fight. → Read More

Activists, private contractors take initiative on pipe removal

People in Flint are taking matters into their own hands. Community activists and private contractors put shovels in the ground to dig out those lead pipes. → Read More

Mother of three grateful for investigation into skin rashes

Ariana Hawk is optimistic. "For them to have people in here doing this and trying to figure out what's going on here I was appreciative," Hawk said. → Read More

Blood testing event helps elevate stress for parents, guardians

Gloria Jones is a grandmother living in Flint and she is surround by fear of the unknown. → Read More

Lansing is model for replacing lead pipes

It's a sight that many Flint residents would love to see, the sound of hundreds of lead service lines being replaced. → Read More

Locally-owned McDonald's makes adjustments after boil advisory

Sam Cox is the owner operator of a McDonalds on the corner of Clio Road and Pasadena Ave. in Flint. → Read More

Clinton speaks in Flint, promises to be part of the solution

"When people are hurting you have to do everything you can," said presidential hopeful, Hillary Clinton. → Read More

Group from Baltimore brings water to Michigan

Help came to Flint in a 16-wheeler, all the way from Baltimore. → Read More

Doctor: City in need of long-term resources, investments

"We keep asking for the lead service lines to be replaced and that’s what needs to happen because we can't continue this way indefinitely." → Read More

Grammy-nominated R&B and soul singer volunteers in Flint

"Nothing happens without the people and this is what this about," Kem said. → Read More

Snyder makes surprise visit in Flint

Mayor Karen Weaver said she was as shocked as anyone to see Gov. Rick Snyder in Flint on Friday. → Read More

Water shut off notices paused

James Edwards rushed down to city hall to pay is water bill on Friday. → Read More

Community outreach bright spot in water crisis

There appears to be some signs of relief for residents affected by an ongoing water crisis. → Read More

Hospital, MSU team up to support future of lead-exposed children

Michigan State University and a Flint hospital are putting a team together to keep a long-term eye on Flint's lead problem, from offering nutrition tips to residents to health monitoring. → Read More

Parents facing uncertainty in water crisis

"Nobody is going to fix my daughter if there is something wrong. It's a long term thing that she is going to have to deal with the rest of her life," said Holly Versailles. → Read More

Police, volunteers deliver water door to door

One by one volunteers knocked on doors, delivering clean drinking water. → Read More

Mother concerned, angry over continuing water crisis

Keri Webber, summed up her feelings in as it relates to the city of Flint and its lead contaminated water: "We're terrified." → Read More