Natalie Zarowny, ABC12WJRT

Natalie Zarowny


Contact Natalie

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Unknown

Past articles by Natalie:

Lawsuit is appealed to get rid of Emergency Manager

Michigan's emergency manager law is once again coming into question. Monday, lawyers announced they've filed an appeal to a federal lawsuit. → Read More

Step by step guide on registering to vote

GENESEE COUNTY (WJRT) - (02/05/16) - Michigan's presidential primary election is March 8, which means you have to register by Feb. 8. Voting rates are low all over the country. Last presidential primary, less than 11 percent of Genesee County's population voted. ABC12's Natalie Zarowny shows us how easy it is to exercise your constitutional right. → Read More

Innocence Lost: A Mothers Nightmare Unfolds

A lot of people who are locked up in prison or jail say they're innocent - but what if it was actually true? What if you spent nearly five years in prison for a crime you didn't commit? It really happened to a woman in Michigan. → Read More

UM-Flint professor heads team mapping lead lines in city

Before anyone can decide to take out pipes, someone has to figure out where exactly they are. That's what a professor and his team at UM-Flint have been doing for the past 10 days. → Read More

Mayor Weaver says lead pipes will be removed in certain homes ASAP

Flint Mayor Karen Weaver wants certain households in Flint to have their lead pipes taken out immediately - and she says she's going to make it happen. → Read More

Rally for Flint water emergency kicks off at First Trinity Baptist Church

A rally for Flint's ongoing water emergency was held Monday at First Trinity Baptist Church in Flint. → Read More

Breastfeeding and lead exposure: what you need to know

Breastfeeding is almost always the best option for both mothers and babies – despite lead exposure. → Read More

Update on Flint's water emergency: talking with Mayor Weaver

Fresh off a trip to Washington D.C., Mayor Karen Weaver says she's happy to be home to keep working on solving Flint's water emergency, but a lot has happened while she was gone - from an investigation into the state's handling of the situation, to a protest on water bills at city hall on Monday. → Read More

New medical marijuana dispensary holds water drive

Former Detroit Piston Ben Wallace is co-owner of the dispensary. → Read More

Updates on water relief efforts in Flint

Officials gave an update Monday on several elements of Flint's water emergency, exactly three weeks since Governor Rick Snyder made an emergency declaration. → Read More

Flint medical marijuana dispensaries donate and raise money during water emergency

Whether it's with water bottle donations or raising money, businesses all across Mid-Michigan have been stepping up to help people living in Flint. That includes medical marijuana dispensaries. → Read More

Seniors and home-bound not getting water fast enough

In the past week, ABC12 News has been getting phone calls from seniors and home-bound people living in Flint. They're asking why they aren't getting bottled water and other supplies. → Read More

Undocumented immigrants late to know about lead in water, scared to get help

There are estimates that a group of people in Flint are not getting the supplies they need during this water emergency - these people are undocumented immigrants. → Read More

Three water-related class action lawsuits filed by Flint residents

Flint residents and the attorneys representing them want to make government officials pay for Flint's water emergency - both financially and legally. → Read More

Hekmati family, Congressman Kildee meet with Amir Hekmati in Germany

Monday afternoon, Congressman Dan Kildee and the Hekmati family were able to meet in person with Amir Hekmati at Ramstein Air Base, in Germany, where he is undergoing medical evaluations. → Read More

Rep. Kildee goes with Amir Hekmati's family to meet him overseas

Sunday morning Kildee spoke in Flint about the release of Amir Hekmati; a cause he's been working on for years. → Read More

Filmmaker Michael Moore holds rally in Flint, calls for President Obama to visit

Filmmaker Michael Moore held a rally in front of Flint City Hall, Saturday afternoon, about the city's ongoing water emergency. → Read More

Sheriff's door-to-door water distribution continues

More than 1,000 Flint residents have been visited so far by a team of volunteers going door to door. → Read More

Flint fire stations act as hubs for bottled water, filters

Five Flint fire stations are now acting as hubs to provide bottled water, water filters and more. It's part of efforts right now to make sure people in Flint have safe water to drink. → Read More

Gun store owner shares opinion on Obama's new policies

Gun buyers and dealers are getting a better handle on what the president's executive action on guns will mean for their rights. Anyone who sells a gun has to be licensed and those who buy may have to go through stricter background checks. → Read More