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

MUSKEGON, Mich. (AP) — A Coast Guard crew has rescued three people and a dog from a sinking boat on Lake Michigan near Muskegon. The Coast Guard says occupants of the 21-foot boat reported Saturday morning that water was in the vessel and up to their knees. Each had on a life jacket. A crew from Station Grand Haven pulled the occupants aboard a Coast Guard response boat. No injuries were reported.

COHOCTAH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A 61-year-old man faces animal cruelty and other charges after about 70 cows were found dead on his property in Cohoctah Township, northwest of Detroit. The Livingston Daily Press & Argus reports Friday that a warrant was issued last month. Court records indicate that county animal control officials may have started investigating the case in May. Three pigs and five cows were recovered alive.

DETROIT (AP) — Coleman Young II has name recognition, political pedigree and the same racial heritage as about 80 percent of the people he wants to represent, yet he’s an underdog in his race to unseat the Detroit’s popular white mayor. Young is a state senator and the son of Detroit’s first black mayor Coleman A. Young, but if he hopes to supplant Mayor Mike Duggan in Tuesday’s election, it won’t be easy.

CLEVELAND (AP) — A northeast Ohio city is refusing to end its legal fight to move a high-pressure natural gas pipeline away from a community of 25,000 people. Officials in Green in southern Summit County are waging battles on different legal fronts against a partnership that has federal approval to begin construction of the $2 billion NEXUS pipeline. Green Mayor Gerard Neugebauer says he’ll keep fighting to get the pipeline moved “as long as there is hope.”