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

UNDATED (AP) — The National Park Service has reached deals with more than 60 partner groups, concessionaires and states to handle trash removal, restroom cleanup and other basic tasks at more than 40 parks _ and, in a few cases, to keep park staffers on the job. But support groups for the parks say donations of money and time could run short if the impasse between President Donald Trump and congressional Democrats lasts much longer. Some are calling for parks to close for the duration of the standoff.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Department of Corrections is failing to adequately document how it selects which prisons get selected for closure, according to a recent audit report. The Lansing State Journal details that auditors determined in a Dec. 28 report the department failed to show how collecting information on the facilities’ age, condition, economic impact and operational costs plays a role in a prison getting shut down. MDOC closed three prisons from 2016-2018.

PORT HURON, Mich. (AP) — Port Huron police say officers shot and critically wounded a man holding a knife who charged at them. The department said in a release they went to a McDonald’s Saturday morning after receiving a call about a man who was stabbing himself in the parking lot. The release says officers spoke to the man, who was armed and covered in blood. Police say they shot the 21-year-old Lexington man multiple times after he refused to drop the knife.

WARREN, Mich. (AP) — A major metro Detroit freeway construction project is coming to an end. Michigan Department of Transportation officials say the westbound lanes of Interstate 696 in Macomb County are expected to reopen Saturday. MDOT says favorable weather allowed crews to finish work a little earlier than expected. The 10-mile overhaul began in October 2017. Work was delayed by a labor dispute that led to a lockout of a heavy equipment operators union.