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

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan regulators say Detroit casinos must ban smoking on their gambling floors and limit capacity to 15% initially when they are allowed to open by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer. The Michigan Gaming Control Board approved minimum reopening guidelines for the commercial casinos Monday, though they remain closed under a gubernatorial order. Many tribal casinos, which aren’t regulated by the state, have already reopened or will do so soon. During their initial re-opening, Detroit casinos will limit capacity and keep poker rooms closed. They will check temperatures of everybody entering. Patrons will be required to wear a mask unless drinking or eating.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer says she will request a federal disaster declaration for the Midland area, where a failure of two dams destroyed 150 houses and caused more than $200 million in damage. Under a disaster declaration, Whitmer said Monday she hopes to gain Federal Emergency Management Agency assistance as soon as possible to provide a wide range of service such as crisis counseling, road repairs and loans to homeowners. The nearly 100-year-old Edenville Dam in Midland failed on May 19, forcing 10,000 residents to evacuate their homes as flood waters raged through the area.

FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A white man is accused of hitting a black man in the face with a bicycle chain in what authorities allege was a racially motivated assault at a southeastern Michigan beach. The Monroe News reports that 42-year-old Lee James Mouat Jr., of Newport, Michigan, remains jailed on charges of felony assault and ethnic intimidation. Monroe County sheriff’s Maj. Jeff Kemp says the assault happened after a group of white people and a group of black people exchanged words Saturday at a beach in Frenchtown Township. Kemp says Mouat used a racial slur before hitting the victim with a locking device for bicycles that he had retrieved from his car.

PARK TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The bodies of a 6-year-old boy and a teenager have been found after both went missing in separate weekend incidents in Lake Michigan. The Ottawa County sheriff’s office says the body of 17-year-old Christian Ngabo was found in the lake about 9 a.m. Monday. The body of 6-year-old Iain Rowe was found about 7:15 p.m. Sunday amid rocks along the shoreline in western Michigan. Iain of Ferrysburg was reported missing Saturday at Holland State Park while authorities were at the park searching for Ngabo who last was seen struggling while swimming with his 19-year-old brother. The park is in Park Township, southwest of Grand Rapids.