Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 7:40 a.m. EDT

ANN ARBOR, Mich. (AP) — A court decision could force the University of Michigan to open the records of a doctor who is considered by critics to be an influential voice in anti-immigration matters. Dr. John Tanton of Petoskey donated 25 boxes of papers to the university, but 11 boxes were to remain closed until 2035. The Michigan appeals court says the records are public documents under the Freedom of Information Act because they’re being held by a campus library as an “official function,” a key phrase in state law.

BENTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A J.C. Penney store has closed after more than 90 years at two locations in southwestern Michigan’s Berrien County. Display racks and shelves were sold Friday to mark the last day at Orchards Mall near Benton Harbor. The Herald-Palladium reports that the retailer was at the mall for 40 years after about 55 years in downtown Benton Harbor. A longtime customer, Rose Thomas, says she “wanted to cry” when she saw the closing sign.

ST. CLAIR SHORES, Mich. (AP) — Police say two people are dead in suburban Detroit after a 28-hour standoff that began when a man was upset about fireworks in his neighborhood. The police chief in St. Clair Shores tells TV station WXYZ that a 58-year-old man fatally shot a 60-year-old woman and himself. The bodies were discovered about 2:30 a.m. EDT Saturday when officers got inside. The incident began Thursday when a man tried to disrupt the use of fireworks on his street and shot and injured two people.

LONDON (AP) — Stevie Wonder says he will be receiving a kidney transplant this fall. The music legend made the announcement to concertgoers in London on Saturday. Wonder said he’ll do three more shows and then undergo the surgery in September. He said he has a donor, adding, “it’s all good,” drawing cheers from the audience. He didn’t want his fans to hear rumors, Wonder said. There had been a recent report that he was facing a serious health issue.