Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 3:40 a.m. EDT

DETROIT (AP) — The U.S. Justice Department won’t appeal a decision by a Detroit federal judge who threw out female genital mutilation charges against members of a Muslim sect. Solicitor General Noel Francisco calls it an “especially heinous practice.” But in a letter to Congress, he says the law needs to be changed to be found constitutional. Judge Bernard Friedman in November said the law was unconstitutional because Congress didn’t have power to regulate genital mutilation.

STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) — The state has ordered an indoor amusement center in suburban Detroit to shut down several rides because of multiple safety violations. The Bureau of Construction Codes issued a cease and desist order Friday to Jeepers of Lakeside Mall in Sterling Heights for the rides Banana Squadron, JJ’s Driving School, Python Pit, and Yak Attack. The order prohibits Jeepers from operating the rides until violations are corrected.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — The University of Michigan is informing students and staff that an international visitor who has returned home has been diagnosed with measles. The university says anyone who was in certain campus buildings from April 1 through April 5 should monitor themselves for rash, fever or other symptoms. The locations are the Intramural Sports Building, North Quad Complex and the Angell Hall Courtyard Computing Site. There could have been exposure to the person away from campus, too.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A judge says prosecutors can pursue a second felony charge against a former medical school dean who had oversight of Larry Nassar at Michigan State University. Judge Joyce Draganchuk on Friday approved the request to add a charge of second-degree criminal sexual conduct. She also ordered Michigan State to release documents that William Strampel wants for his defense. Strampel is accused of sexually harassing female students when he was dean of the osteopathic medical school. The trial is May 28.