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

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — Heavy snowfall and hazardous travel conditions are forecast for much of Michigan starting late Sunday ahead of a blast of dangerously cold temperatures. The National Weather Service issued winter storm watches, warnings and advisories for all but southeastern Michigan running from Sunday night through Monday evening. Four to 6 inches of snow was forecast for Detroit and surrounding areas, with 6 to 8 inches expected north of Flint and up to a foot of snow possible in the state’s Thumb region.

MARQUETTE, Mich. (AP) — Police in the Upper Peninsula are searching for a Northern Michigan University student who went missing on a hiking trip to photograph waterfalls. The search for 25-year-old Guiancarlo Estupigan was suspended Friday evening but was set to resume Saturday in Marquette County’s Ishpeming Township. WLUC-TV reports that Estupigan’s roommate told police he left Thursday afternoon for a hike near along the Yellow Dog River to photograph waterfalls. The roommate reported him missing Friday afternoon.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan State University police say a woman suffered a self-inflicted gunshot wound at a campus shooting range. Police were called Friday afternoon to the Demmer Center on reports of a shooting on the East Lansing campus. MSU police Sgt. Florene McGlothian-Taylor says the woman’s gunshot wound was self-inflicted. She did not know the extent of the woman’s injuries and a message left Saturday with campus police seeking more information was not immediately returned.

KALAMAZOO, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan Department of Transportation plans to install a new warning system on highway ramps with the goal of reducing deadly wrong-way crashes. A department spokesman says flashing lights are being installed at exit ramps on U.S. 131 in Kalamazoo and I-194 in Battle Creek. He says the locations were picked because of traffic volume and crash history. Department records show that there were 374 wrong-way crashes in the state in 2017, which resulted in 13 deaths.