GRANDVILLE, Mich. (AP) -- Authorities say kayakers found the body of a missing western Michigan woman in the water of the flooded Grand River.
The body was found Tuesday night near the Grandville and Wyoming border, southwest of Grand Rapids.
MLive.com says authorities confirmed Wednesday that the remains are those of 51-year-old Mary Tornga.
Police say Tornga's husband reported her missing Sunday. They say he told them he and his wife had an argument while driving about 1 a.m. Sunday. He says she got out, planning to walk home.
Wyoming police Capt. Kim Koster says police are withholding the results of an autopsy conducted Wednesday.
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