Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EDT

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — A faith-based adoption agency is suing Michigan, challenging a settlement that prevents it from refusing to put children in LGBT homes for religious reasons. St. Vincent Catholic Charities and a couple who adopted five children filed a lawsuit Monday, less than a month after Democratic Attorney General Dana Nessel announced the agreement. The American Civil Liberties Union of Michigan sued the state in 2017 on behalf of lesbian couples who say they were turned away because they’re gay.

EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) — The Michigan State University Museum is staging an exhibit created in collaboration with the sexual assault victims of now-imprisoned former sports doctor Larry Nassar. “Finding Our Voice: Sister Survivors Speak” opens Tuesday. The exhibit incorporates and is inspired by teal ribbons that were tied to trees around campus as a reminder of the survivors. The exhibit runs through March 2020.

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — A judge has sentenced a western Michigan man to life in prison for killing a 16-year-old girl who accused him of rape. Forty-three-year-old Quinn James of Wyoming, Michigan, learned his sentence Monday after a Grand Rapids jury found him guilty of first-degree murder in the strangulation death of Mujey Dumbuya. Her partially clothed body was found in January 2018 in woods in Kalamazoo, about 50 miles southeast of her Grand Rapids-area home.

DETROIT (AP) — A Canadian cab driver has been sentenced to 16 months in a U.S. prison for sending desperate immigrants through a railroad tunnel under the Detroit River. Juan Garcia-Jimenez wept and apologized Monday in Detroit federal court. Besides prison, he was fined $8,680, the amount of money paid by six people who were caught last year when they emerged on foot on the Detroit side of the international tunnel. The tunnel is used by cargo trains moving between Ontario, Canada, and the U.S.