Authorities have identified the recently recovered remains oftwo passengers on a medical plane that crashed into Lake Michigan aweek ago.
Mason County Undersheriff Tom Trenner says Friday night thebodies were identified at the county medical examiner's office asAlma school superintendent Don Pavlik and his wife Irene. Statepolice divers found the bodies earlier in the day.
Two people who were on the July 23 flight remain missing. Thepilot was rescued that day.
Officials located the plane's wreckage Thursday evening.
The plane plunged into Lake Michigan off the coast of westernMichigan while flying cancer patient Don Pavlik to the Mayo Clinicin Rochester, Minn.
Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
A bill before the House would hold back third-grade students who are not proficient in reading.
Power lines blocked busy 28th Street near the Grand Rapids-Kentwood border Monday evening.
Former South African president Nelson Mandela will be honored Tuesday morning with a public memorial service expected to be viewed by people around the world.