Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 11:40 a.m. EDT

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Police in Lansing are being sued by the family of a man who died in a jail last spring. Officers pinned Anthony Hulon to the ground on his chest and stomach, interfering with his ability to breathe, according to the lawsuit. Attorney Jennifer Damico says Hulon died from asphyxia, or suffocation, and his death was ruled a homicide by the Ingham County medical examiner. Lansing police and city officials declined to comment on the lawsuit. State police investigated Hulon’s death and sent a report to the attorney general’s office. The investigation remains open.

DETROIT (AP) — A commission has released the 47,000-student Detroit Public Schools from more than a decade of state financial oversight, restoring full control of the district’s finances to the city’s elected school board. The Detroit Financial Review Commission on Monday approved waivers handing control back to the district. The last time the district was fully in charge was in 2009 before a series of state-appointed emergency managers were installed with the directive to fix a district neck-deep in red ink whose students routinely scored at or near the bottom on standardized tests. The federal government raised questions in 2008 about the district’s $53 million in spending. 

OSHKOSH, Wis. (AP) — The coronavirus is getting worse in states that President Donald Trump needs the most. The upper Midwest is bearing much of the brunt of new infections surging across the U.S. That includes Wisconsin, where Trump is fighting to catch Democrat Joe Biden in a state Trump narrowly won in 2016. Also seeing a surge is Iowa, where Trump is now in a toss-up race with Biden after carrying the state by 9.4 percentage points four years ago. Both states are in the top 10 of those with the fastest-growing number of cases per capita over the past two weeks.

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A judge has sentenced a California man to a year and a day in prison for threatening a shooting at Ohio State University in 2018. The government says Daniel Rippy made the threats during Ohio State’s defeat of Michigan during the teams’ annual football match-up. Federal Judge Algenon Marbley had harsh words for Rippy at Tuesday’s sentencing, saying he epitomized fandom spiraling out of control, something that can be ignored in the age of mass shootings. But Marbley also said he recognized that Rippy’s mental health issues contributed to the incident. Rippy apologized several times for his actions.