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GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) - A Milwaukee man has died in Michigan in the cabin of a boat that was registered for a yacht race across Lake Michigan. Grand Haven police say foul play isn't suspected nor is the death of the 41-year-old man related to the Queen's Cup race. The Grand Rapids Press reports that authorities were called to a marina around 4:50 a.m. Saturday.

DETROIT (AP) - The Roman Catholic Church in southeastern Michigan is urging people to step forward if they believe they were sexually abused by a priest who died in 1993. The archdiocese says it investigated a complaint against Monsignor Arthur Karey and found it credible. Spokesman Ned McGrath says the allegation involved a girl decades ago but was received just last year. Karey died in 1993 at age 74. He was a priest for 50 years in Detroit, Ecorse and Lake Orion.

STANDISH, Mich. (AP) - A 15-year-old Michigan girl remains missing, more than a month after she disappeared through a bedroom window with her backpack. Kaitlyn Leonard is a student at Standish-Sterling High School in Arenac County. She left her phone behind and hasn't been active on social media since she was last seen on May 20. Investigators believe Kaitlyn is a runaway and she may have had help getting away. Undersheriff Don McIntyre tells the Bay City Times that a few tips haven't been fruitful.

CLARE, Mich. (AP) - Brides and grooms now have the opportunity to host their weddings at a central Michigan ranch with a historic bootlegging past. The Morning Sun of Mount Pleasant reports that owner Jim Paetschow is renovating the Tobacco Ranch in Clare into a venue for weddings and business retreats. The ranch was once owned by lawyer Isaiah Leebove, who worked for one of Detroit's most prominent gangs in the 1920s, the Purple Gang. The allies of Al Capone made a business in bootlegging.

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