Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EDT

PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — Aretha Franklin’s sons disagree about who should manage what could be a multimillion-dollar estate. Attorneys for Theodore White II last week told a Michigan judge in a court filing that White should be named co-executor, or personal representative, along with Franklin’s niece, Sabrina Owens. Owens has had that role since the singer’s death last year, when a will couldn’t be found. The subsequent discovery of handwritten wills has left control of the estate uncertain.

MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A tribe in Wisconsin is suing Enbridge Inc. in hopes of forcing the Canadian company to remove a key pipeline that runs through their reservation. The Bad River Band of Lake Superior Chippewa filed the lawsuit Tuesday in federal court in Madison. The tribe says Line 5, a 66-year-old pipeline, could rupture on their reservation and that easements for the line expired in 2013. The lawsuit seeks an injunction forcing Enbridge to stop using the line and remove it from the reservation.

DETROIT (AP) — A man convicted of sexual assault 20 years after the crime has been released from prison after the Detroit Free Press raised doubts about the case. Wayne County prosecutors agree that James Clay should be free on bond while awaiting a new court hearing. In 2017, CIay was convicted of raping a teen back in 1997. He was charged after his DNA was compared to evidence that had languished in storage. Now 37 years old, the woman says she didn’t recognize Clay at trial as an old boyfriend.

DETROIT (AP) — James Harvey, a former Saginaw mayor, congressman and federal judge, has died. He was 97 years old. The U.S. District Court in Detroit says Harvey died Saturday in Naples, Florida. His first name was Russell, but he was known as James. Harvey was a federal judge in eastern Michigan from 1974 to 1992. He handled many high-profile cases, including the sentencing of reputed mob boss Anthony Giacalone in 1979.