Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EDT

SAULT STE. MARIE, Mich. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard says it has approved plans by owners to refloat a 629-foot Great Lakes freighter aground in the St. Marys River. Officials say Grand River Navigation Inc. plans include off-loading ballast to refloat the vessel named Calumet. The effort is to get underway late Friday. The Coast Guard says once the vessel is refloated, it will be towed to a designated anchorage in Lake Nickolet for exterior and interior hull examinations. The cause of the grounding is under investigation.

MIDLAND, Mich. (AP) — A business recovery center is coming to mid-Michigan to help firms affected by severe summer storms and flooding. The U.S. Small Business Administration says the center is opening Monday at the United Way of Midland to help answer questions and give information about disaster loans. The late June storms caused flooding that closed numerous roads. Disaster declarations were made by the state for Midland and Isabella counties.

DETROIT (AP) — An outdoor yoga session is scheduled in downtown Detroit to benefit an organization that collects food to fight hunger. Yoga on the River will be held Wednesday on Cobo Square. A $10 donation will go to Forgotten Harvest. Oak Park-based Forgotten Harvest collects surplus food from grocery stores, markets, restaurants and other locations and distributes it to emergency food providers in the Detroit area.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The state of Michigan has reversed at least 44,000 unemployment benefit fraud cases covering a two-year period and is refunding nearly $21 million after a computer system wrongly accused people of collecting excessive benefits. The figures were released as part of a review that began in January. The Unemployment Insurance Agency said Friday it has now reviewed more than 62,000 cases.