Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 1:40 a.m. EST

EGELSTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Two people have been injured in a house explosion in western Michigan. The blast occurred Tuesday afternoon in Egleston Township, northwest of Grand Rapids. The explosion reportedly shook nearby homes. Muskegon County sheriff’s Capt. Shane Brown tells WOOD-TV that the victims suffered second-degree burns. The cause of the explosion was under investigation.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The state of Michigan has issued the first licenses to a business planning to grow and sell marijuana for recreational use. Ann Arbor-based Exclusive Brands, which already has medical marijuana operations, received recreational licenses Tuesday. It wants to start selling marijuana to adults age 21 and over as soon as Dec. 1. Recreational marijuana is unlikely to available on a widespread basis in Michigan until licensed growers can harvest the first crop, possibly in March or April.

MONROE, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say two police officers were shot and wounded as they investigated a reported assault at an apartment complex in southeastern Michigan. Monroe Police Chief Charles McCormick says the officers were shot in the legs as they responded about 9 a.m. Tuesday to a call about an assault involving a man working at the complex and an armed resident. Other officers returned fire and shot the suspect.

DETROIT (AP) — Federal prosecutors in Detroit say they traveled to St. Louis last week to provide documents and determine if a United Auto Workers official would consider a plea deal in a corruption investigation. The disclosure was made in a court filing Tuesday. The disclosure was made in a court filing. Vance Pearson is a UAW regional director in Missouri. He’s charged with embezzlement, fraud, filing false reports and conspiracy, but the criminal complaint is a temporary step. He hasn’t been indicted.