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

DETROIT (AP) — Public health officials say at least a dozen COVID-19 cases have been tied to a strip club near the Detroit airport. The Wayne County Public Health Division on Sunday also encouraged anyone who had been at the Playhouse Club in Romulus recently to contact them whether or not they are feeling ill.  The state on Sunday reported 343 new coronavirus cases, bringing the total of confirmed cases to 65,876 since the outbreak. But it reported no new deaths from the virus. In all, there have been nearly 6,000 COVID-19 deaths in Michigan.  

TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — State officials say a sunken boat must be removed from the bottom of Grand Traverse Bay in northern Michigan. The Traverse City Record-Eagle reports that federal and state authorities said Thursday they are working to arrange the salvage operation for the 33-foot-long vessel that sank last month. Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy spokesman Nick Assendelft said officials “don’t want that left in the water.” The boat took on water June 19 and sank. The 10 people on board were rescued by the Coast Guard. The boat’s owner says he has insurance on the lake cruiser.  

WEST BRANCH, Mich. (AP) — Several horses displaced by the pandemic and flooding across parts of central Michigan have found a new home at a rescue farm. The Midland Daily News reports that between the pandemic and historic flooding in May that destroyed homes, barns, and fields, the situation became harder for owners to properly care for their animals. Since then, D&R Acres Hobby and Rescue Farm has received several equines. The 20-acre farm is now home to 38 horses, donkeys, mules, ponies and miniature horses. Although many animals stay there for the rest of their days, the farm does adopt out equines once animals adjust.

LANSING, Mich (AP) — A small Michigan village is pulling together after two dam failures in May. Volunteers in Sanford are still clearing muck and providing supplies to those whose homes were destroyed by floodwaters since there’s no telling when state and federal help will come. Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer asked President Donald Trump to declare a major disaster on June 15. That would open up federal resources and financial support for the area. An answer to Whitmer’s request has not been received. State legislation to give the Midland area $6 million to manage damage is sitting in a committee, with the Legislature adjourned for the summer.