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The latest Michigan news from the Associated Press

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Michigan's attorney general has ordered an investigation of police in suburban Detroit who questioned a black man when a woman claimed he was staring at her.

Pictured Rocks
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Kayakers on a tour of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in northern Michigan narrowly escaped injury when a large section of cliff collapsed near them into Lake Superior.

Mackinac Bridge
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The Mackinac Bridge Authority says will no longer accept bridge tokens for tolls beginning Sept. 10.

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A coalition of 22 Democratic-led states has sued the Trump administration over its decision to ease restrictions on coal-fired power plants.

Sand Dunes
Amanda Barberena

Researchers say Michigan may have more than twice as many sand dune acres as previously known.

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A white police officer in western Michigan is on paid administrative leave after an apparent Ku Klux Klan document was seen framed on a wall of his home.

A 41-year-old Iraqi-born man who had lived in the U.S. since he was an infant but was deported in June for committing multiple crimes has died in Baghdad.

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Former Michigan State University basketball star Mateen Cleaves is standing trial on sexual assault charges in his hometown of Flint.

A federal grant of $700,000 will help a Michigan-based Native American tribe build a new food distribution center.

Aretha Franklin
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A judge is expected to consider a request for a handwriting expert to examine wills discovered in couch cushions after Aretha Franklin's death.