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

FRANKFURT, Germany (AP) — The headwinds buffeting the global auto industry made themselves felt in Europe as mass-market carmaker Ford and luxury-focused Jaguar Land Rover announced sweeping restructurings that will cost thousands of jobs. Ford Motor Co. said it will cutting an unspecified number of jobs in Europe as it seeks to make its business there more profitable, refocusing on commercial trucks and SUVs and dumping less lucrative models while shifting production to electric cars over the longer term.

MEMPHIS, Mich. (AP) — Officials say a security breach at a Michigan provider of HIV/AIDS care services and substance abuse treatment has compromised some patients’ personal and medical information. Sacred Heart Rehabilitation Center says a “limited number of patients” were notified about the breach linked to a phishing scheme that affected an employee’s email account last April. The organization says affected information included Social Security numbers, full names and addresses.

MCFARLAND, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say a snowmobiler who had been missing since the weekend in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has been found dead. Marquette County Sheriff Greg Zyburt tells WLUC-TV that the body of Dennis Pellinen of Ishpeming was found Wednesday by sheriff’s deputies at the scene of a crashed snowmobile. Pellinen was last seen Sunday. His disappearance prompted days of searching after he didn’t show up for work Monday. Heavy snow made the search more difficult.

GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan community college plans to hold classes in the fall at a renovated funeral home. The Grand Haven Tribune reports that Muskegon Community College purchased the Clock Life Story Funeral Home building for $378,000. Officials expect about $300,000 in renovations before classes begin in August. The college’s Grand Haven campus is currently located at the Grand Haven Community Center.