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News Minute: Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press

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DETROIT (AP) - A lawsuit has been filed against the Detroit retirement home where a 67-year-old man killed two women. The family of Maria Gonzalez is suing Pablo Davis Elder Living Center, a property management firm and Mike Reda. Reda has been sentenced to life in prison for the killings of Gonzalez and Deborah Socia.

DETROIT (AP) - More than 30 current or former Detroit city employees have been charged with unemployment fraud. The city's inspector general says 18 of the people accused of illegally collecting benefits are currently on the city payroll. He says the state has paid the employees about $400,000 for illegal benefits since 2008.

DETROIT (AP) - The Securities and Exchange Commission is looking into the delayed recall of more than 2 million General Motors' cars with a deadly ignition switch problem. Regulators are likely examining whether GM failed to disclose the switch problem to investors.

DETROIT (AP) - Prosecutors have charged the boyfriend of a Detroit woman who was found stabbed to death in the same room as her baby. Lorenzo McNeil is accused of killing Charmanek Johnson, who he sometimes lived with. He is not the father of the eight-month-old girl.

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