Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 2:40 p.m. EDT

DETROIT (AP) — A judge has shut down an energy pipeline in Michigan’s Great Lakes, granting a request from the state. The move comes after the owner reported problems with a support piece deep below the surface of the Straits of Mackinac. The judge says Enbridge hasn’t provided enough information to show that continued operation of the west leg of the twin pipeline is safe. Enbridge’s Line 5 carries oil and natural gas liquids used in propane from Superior, Wisconsin, to Sarnia, Ontario. A four-mile segment divides into two pipes that lie on the bottom of the straits, which connect Lake Huron and Lake Michigan.

DETROIT (AP) — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Southeastern Michigan will offer an immersive summer and after-school program for young people interested in retail or fashion merchandising. The organization says Thursday that its first Industry Club is expected to open in September and share space at the Detroit is the New Black clothing store. Up to 200 youth will be employed each year and gain experience in careers representing every aspect of the retail business development cycle, including stocking merchandise, ordering wholesale and fulfilling online orders. Detroit-based Bedrock real estate will provide Industry Club with a $25,000 grant and free retail space.  

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — People affected by the coronavirus pandemic or major dam flooding could wait to pay their summer property taxes until 2021 without being penalized under legislation sent to Michigan’s governor. A related bill would require the state to provide short-term financing to local governments facing revenue shortfalls due to the later payments. It was not immediately clear if Gov. Gretchen Whitmer would sign the legislation. The state Department of Treasury opposed the bills last week. The main sponsor further work will be done over the summer to “refine” the proposed deferment program so it “can function as efficiently as possible.”

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — Two children — ages 12 and 5 — have been wounded as people in two vehicles exchanged shots in what Kalamazoo police are calling a “rolling gun battle.” The children were playing on a sidewalk about 9 p.m. Wednesday when they were shot as the two vehicles drove through the area. One child was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not considered life threatening. The second child was treated at the scene. No arrests have been reported.