Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 9:40 p.m. EDT
DETROIT (AP) — Detroit Police say the bodies of a man and have been found shot to death inside a home that had been set on fire. The Detroit Free Press says the bodies were found early Sunday morning. No other details have been released by police.
BERRIEN SPRINGS, Mich. (AP) — Police say the driver of an SUV that struck and killed a bicyclist in Berrien Township had a blood-alcohol content more than three times the legal limit when she was arrested hours later. MLive.com reports 32-year-old Todd Harrington of Berrien Springs was riding his bicycle Saturday afternoon on Pokagon Road when he was struck by the SUV.
DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit-Wayne Joint Building Authority is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the dedication of the Spirit of Detroit sculpture. A free program is scheduled Sept. 21 (Friday) at the sculpture outside the Coleman A. Young Municipal Center in downtown Detroit. The sculpture by artist Marshall Fredericks was commissioned in 1955. The bronze cast was made in Norway and shipped to Detroit where the 26-foot-tall sculpture was dedicated in September 1958.
DETROIT (AP) — Newly expanded galleries dedicated to Asian art will debut at the Detroit Institute of Arts. The art museum says the Nov. 4 opening of the galleries will feature special programs including a conversation with an artist and a concert. The works will span thousands of years up to the present day in galleries of Japanese, Chinese, Korean, and Indian and Southeast Asian art, as well as a gallery for Buddhist art across Asia. They will include historical masterpieces and modern and contemporary art.