Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 5:40 a.m. EDT

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has extended Michigan’s coronavirus emergency declaration until July 16. That enables the Democratic governor to keep intact restrictions and orders that remain after she lifted a stay-at-home policy. Whitmer has been gradually reopening the state. She hopes to let gyms, movie theaters and bowling alleys reopen by July 4. They currently are operating only in northern Michigan. The state of emergency also is the underpinning for orders that make people eligible for unemployment for an additional six weeks, pause evictions, and require masks and social distancing during the pandemic.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan facility for teenagers with behavioral problems has both lost its contract with the state to care for youth in the state’s foster care and juvenile justice systems and its license to operate. Thursday’s termination of Michigan Department of Health and Human Services’ contract with Lakeside Academy in Kalamazoo comes in the wake of the death last month of 16-year-old Cornelius Frederick. The boy went into cardiac arrest while being restrained on April 29 by Lakeside Academy staff. Frederick died May 1. Authorities said at the time the teen was being restrained after he threw a sandwich. Health and Human Services says an investigation of Lakeside Academy found 10 licensing violations.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A man whose wife and three children died in a house fire in western Michigan has been charged with involuntary manslaughter. Robert Scales has said he was at work when the fire occurred in Grand Rapids in February. Kent County prosecutor Chris Becker declined to discuss the case in detail. But Becker says there’s no evidence that the fire was intentionally set. Becker says Scales is accused of “gross negligence.” Scales was being held at the county jail Thursday. It wasn’t immediately known if he has a lawyer who could respond to the charges.

DETROIT (AP) — The Michigan appeals court has ruled in favor of the state in a challenge to a second bridge being built between Detroit and Canada. Companies controlled by the Moroun family, owner of the Ambassador Bridge, sued over the condemnation of land for the Gordie Howe International Bridge. They argued that the agreement with Canada is illegal because lawmakers barred the state from spending tax dollars on the project, among other claims. But the appeals court says Canada is reimbursing Michigan for any dollars spent. Howe was a native of Canada who played hockey for the Detroit Red Wings. The bridge is expected to open in 2024.