Michigan highway named after honored probation officer

A Michigan highway has officially been named after a probation officer who was killed in a car accident.
Candice Dunn, and four other people, died in the crash on M-59 in May of last year.

She was on her way home from a ceremony in East Lansing where she was named the state's "Parole-Probation Agent of the Year".

Police say a drunk driver ran a stop sign and hit her car.

Governor Rick Snyder signed a bill naming M-59 the "Candice Dunn Memorial Highway" in Livingston County.