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

CHESTERFIELD TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — The former leader of a Detroit suburb has been sentenced to two years in prison for taking $30,000 in bribes from a trash hauler. Michael Lovelock was supervisor of Chesterfield Township, the highest-ranking elected official in a growing community of more than 40,000 residents. He lost a 2016 election, a week before he was arrested in an investigation of corruption in Macomb County. Lovelock took bribes from Charles Rizzo in exchange for favorable treatment from Chesterfield Township.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan residents will be able to use the internet to register to vote under laws signed by Gov. Rick Snyder. The measures enacted Thursday require the state to develop an interface so voter registration applications can be submitted on the secretary of state’s website. People wishing to register to vote currently must complete a form by hand and mail or deliver it to their local clerk. About 95 percent of Michigan’s voting-age population is registered to vote.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan drivers will be required to slow down when passing an emergency, maintenance or utility vehicle that is on the side of the road. A law signed Thursday by Gov. Rick Snyder mandates that motorists slow by 10 mph below the posted speed limit and, if possible, move over a lane when passing police or emergency vehicles on the side of the road.

DETROIT (AP) — Detroit has made Fodor’s Travel “Go” list of 52 recommended destinations to visit next year. It joins such locales as Bears Ears National Monument in Utah; Puerto Rico; Lagos, Nigeria; Berlin; and Morocco’s Atlantic coast. The popular international travel guide says “Detroit has had several false starts, but it looks like America’s favorite comeback city is finally making a legit comeback.”