Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up in Michigan at 1:30 p.m. Questions about today's coverage plans are welcome and should be directed to the AP-Detroit bureau at 800-642-4125 or 313-259-0650 or apmichigan@ap.org. Jeff Karoub is on the desk. AP-Michigan News Editor Roger Schneider can be reached at 313-259-0650 or rschneider@ap.org. For up-to-the minute information on AP's coverage, visit Coverage Plan at newsroom.ap.org.

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TOP STORY:

ARETHA FRANKLIN-WASHINGTON LEGACY

Throughout Aretha Franklin's career, "The Queen of Soul" often returned to Washington, D.C. for performances that at times put her in line with key moments of U.S. History where she sang for diplomats, welcomed new presidents and made the first black president of the United States cry. By Russell Contreras. SENT: 900 words, photos, video.

AROUND THE STATE:

DETROIT HOUSING-SPECULATION

DETROIT — Property speculation is causing dysfunction in Detroit's housing market and leading to blight and instability in neighborhoods, according to a newspaper investigation. University of Michigan-Dearborn Assistant Professor Joshua Akers documents Detroit property speculation on his website Property Praxis. Akers told the Detroit Free Press the annual Wayne County tax foreclosure auction "is one of the greatest destabilizing forces" in the city. SENT: 350 words.

EXCHANGE-AUTISM INNOVATION

BRIGHTON, Mich. — A Michigan facility is opening to treat autism and other conditions. Oxford Recovery Center works to do that through a "synergistic" approach Dr. Tami Peterson said, using multiple therapies to treat children and adults with a wide variety of medical conditions ranging from autism, cerebral palsy and attention deficit disorder to macular degeneration, traumatic brain injury and depression. By Susan Bromley, Livingston Daily. SENT IN ADVANCE: 1711 words, photos.

EXCHANGE-AUTONOMOUS MARITIME RESEARCH

HOUGHTON, Mich. — Michigan Technological University recently unveiled its Maritime Autonomy Research Site, which the university hopes will spur new developments in unmanned research vessels. Officials also announced the Smart Ships Coalition. It includes scientists, policymakers, navigators, educators and others from around the Great Lakes looking to develop guidelines for conducting research with autonomous boats. By Garrett Neese, The Daily Mining Gazette. SENT IN ADVANCE: 499 words, photos.

IN BRIEF:

— MARIJUANA RAID-CANOE FLIGHT: An eastern Michigan man was arrested after attempting to evade police who raided a marijuana growing operation by paddling away in a canoe.

— BROADBAND MICHIGAN: Gov. Rick Snyder has unveiled a plan that would make universal access to high-speed internet available throughout Michigan.

— HEALTH FUNDING: Michigan has received up to $10 million to promote the integration of primary and behavioral health care efforts.

SPORTS:

BBA--TIGERS-TWINS

MINNEAPOLIS — Manager Ron Gardenhire and the Detroit Tigers wrap up a four-game series in Minnesota against the Twins, Gardenhire's former team. By Andres Ybarra. UPCOMING: 700 words, photos. Game starts at 2:10 p.m.

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