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

DETROIT (AP) — A Michigan city is asking a federal appeals court to reconsider a ruling that found it unconstitutional to mark tires to keep track of illegally parked cars. A three-judge panel of the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled last month that Saginaw’s marking of tires qualified as a search of property and might violate the Fourth Amendment. Saginaw on Monday asked the full court to set aside that decision and to rehear the case, saying it believes the panel misapplied U.S. Supreme Court precedent.

UNDATED (AP) — Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has emerged as one of the most polarizing figures in the Cabinet, but also one of its most enduring members. While chiefs of a dozen other agencies have quit or been fired, DeVos has survived and shows no intention of leaving. But she says she not sure her husband would be OK with her staying on the job if Trump wins reelection.

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Federal officials predict water levels will surge to record highs in some areas of the Great Lakes over the next six months. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers report released Monday says the lakes have been rising steadily for several years and are getting an extra boost as winter’s melting snow mingles with recent heavy rainfall. It’s a remarkable turnaround from early this decade, when lake levels were slumping and some hit record lows.

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — Officials say a 76-year-old woman has died after having a medical emergency while running a race in southwestern Michigan. The Kalamazoo Gazette reports Kay Caskey of Kalamazoo was participating in the 10-kilometer race of the Borgess Run for the Health of It event. Race organizer Blaine Lam says Caskey had run less than a mile Sunday when she was taken to a hospital where she died. Caskey’s family told the newspaper that she had a heart condition that likely contributed to her death.