Heavy snow falls as members of the Chicago Police Department work the scene of a shooting in the 7200 block of South Sangamon Street Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2016, in the Englewood neighborhood of Chicago. Officers were driving down the block Wednesday night, checking out a report about shots fired, when a man ran up and told them, “They just got my gramma.” 72-year-old Emagene Jackson was shot in the chest and wrist and was taken to Advocate Christ Medical Center where she recovered.
Selena Guajardo, 7, left, and Anjeliah Flores, 8, play together in downtown Ogden, Utah in the summer of 2011.
Janelle Monáe performs at Lollapalooza Friday, August 2, 2019, in Chicago.
Sergio Arruda De Souza, father of Raphael Rodrigues Arruda, a soldier killed in Afghanistan, clutches the flag that covered his son’s casket during the interment at Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park Saturday, July 30, 2010, in Ogden, Utah. Arruda, who was born in Brazil, graduated from Bonneville High School in 2008 and enlisted in the Army Reserves. He was assigned to the 744th Engineer Company as a Combat Engineer. He was deployed in 2010 to participate in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan and was killed in action.
At Hill Air Force Base in Layton, Utah, the Holder boys patiently wait for airmen to step off their flight from Balad, Iraq as members of the 388th and 419th Fighter Wings and about 20 reservists return to the States after their deployment in the war.
17-year-old Maryori Urbina Contreras listens to her attorney Christopher Helt speak about her upcoming immigration hearing Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018, in Evantson, Ill. Maryori is one of 68,000 unaccompanied children who flooded across the southwest border of the United States, causing a humanitarian crisis in 2014. She had risked everything when she left Honduras and traveled alone across more than 1,500 miles, in a desperate attempt to escape the gang violence of her homeland and reunite with her mother, who has been in the country since 2001. In 2015, a final hearing was postponed until February 2018, when a Chicago Immigration Court judge granted her asylum. “I know that even though it’s not the country where I was born, it’s a place that can be my home.”
A young man climbs on the border wall at Friendship Park Tuesday, Dec. 31, 2019, in Tijuana, Mexico.
One of Chicago’s most popular destinations, the Cloud Gate sculpture (also known as The Bean) is devoid of visitors due to the coronavirus pandemic Wednesday, April 1, 2020, in a closed-to-the-public Millennium Park in Chicago.
A diver flips into the water during a swim meet between Windsor and Valley High Schools at Valley High School in Gilcrest, Colo.
Terron Sharp, left, and Cameron Dakota stand in the waters of Lake Michigan at North Avenue Beach at sunset Tuesday, July 18, 2017, in Chicago. “We came to the beach just to chill with each other. Play volleyball. And like, get wet, actually, because it was a hot day today. We’re just chilling and having fun with each other. It’s a nice beach,” said Terron. The two said they are best friends and have known each other for a long time.
Yesica Cruz. Dia de los Muertos 2017, Pilsen, Chicago.
24-year-old Deion Kidd reattaches a wooden “P,” part of the word “POWER,” hanging on the wall at Unanimous Boxing Gym Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019, in Chicago. Several years ago, Kidd found himself doing jail and even prison time on gun charges, and said boxing has really changed his life. “I loved the streets but the streets didn’t love me back. I love boxing and boxing loves me back,” he said.
Festival goers relax in hammocks hanging from a large metal structure at Lollapalooza Music Festival Saturday, August 1, 2015, in Grant Park in Chicago.
Jose Moreno, left, 17, huddles together with other members of the John Overton High School of Nashville marching band as they wait in the cold for their turn to join the St. Patrick’s Day Parade Saturday, March 11, 2017, in Chicago.
Indigo Monae poses for a portrait at her home Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2018, in Evanston, Ill. Monae is an instructor with Beach Yoga Chicago, a nonprofit that offers classes at Montrose Beach during the warmer months that helps fund a garden and yoga practice space in a previously empty lot in the poverty and violence-stricken Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago. She hopes to continue fundraising with Beach Yoga Chicago and other workshops to eventually create an “eco-garden” with indoor facilities for yoga, meditation and community oriented farming.
Herman Enninga, a veteran of World War II, sits on his bed Jan. 31, 2006, in Fort Morgan, Colo. in front of a Japanese flag signed by the residents of the village where he was stationed. Enninga received a Purple Heart for wounds he sustained in an ambush.
Maria Torres lies on the ground with other members of The Community Renewal Society as they stage a “die-in” as part of their “Faith in Action” campaign at the Illinois State Capitol Tuesday, May 12, 2015, in Springfield. The faith-based organization involves members from many different churches and works “to eliminate race and class barriers.”
The mother of Kennatay Leavell kneels over his body outside a group of row houses in the 500 block of West Iowa Street Friday, July 28, 2017, in the Cabrini Green neighborhood of Chicago. The 31-year-old was shot multiple times in the face and died at the scene. Family members had been watching for an hour, held back from Leavell’s then-uncovered body by police tape and officers, when his mother eventually found a way through one of the Cabrini Green apartments. “My baby,” she cried as she struggled to hold him close to her. “My baby.”
Three Chicago police officers walk by pictures demonstrators taped to the wall of Chicago police union headquarters Thursday, March 31, 2016, in Chicago. Demonstrators were protesting the hiring of Jason Van Dyke, the officer charged with first-degree murder in the shooting death of Laquan McDonald, as a janitor, and said the pictures were all of individuals that were shot by Chicago police officers. Dash-cam footage was released that shows Van Dyke shooting McDonald 16 times at close range.
Daisha Butler, 9, right, and a friend buy ice cream from a truck outside the Yoga Gardens space Wednesday, June 27, 2018, in the Lawndale neighborhood of Chicago.
A boy is stained with primary colors during the festival of Holi at the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah. Holi is the Hindu festival of colors, celebrating the passing of winter and coming of spring. Anyone and everyone is invited, and a few thousand people gather each year in Spanish Fork to throw colored chalk at each other and sing, dance and eat.
Ice forms intricate patterns on the inside of the windows at the Garfield Park Conservatory on a freezing Thursday, Jan. 31, 2019, in Chicago.
Volunteer firefighters in the tiny Alaska Native town of Elim race to put out a house fire in the winter of 2013. Many of the volunteers had never had to jump into action before and low water pressure in the fire hoses was not much help. The house burned to the ground, but no one was injured.
People walk through the parking lot as they evacuate Mercy Hospital & Medical Center during an active shooter attack that left four people dead, including Chicago police Officer Samuel Jimenez, Monday, Nov. 19, 2018, in the Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago. The shooter, Juan Lopez, 32, confronted emergency room doctor Tamara O’Neal, apparently over a “broken engagement,” killing her, 24-year-old first-year pharmacy resident Dayna Less, and Officer Jimenez, who responded to the shooting. Lopez was found inside dead the hospital, apparently suffering a wound to the head, but it was unclear how he was shot.
Girl in window. Ogden, Utah, 2011.
16-year-old Mariana Portillo Flores lays in the lap of her mother Maritza Flores at Dunbar Park Wednesday, May 23, 2018, in Chicago. The Flores family left their home country of El Salvador years ago due to gang violence, living in Guatemala for awhile before ending up in Mexico. They crossed the border into the United States as part of a caravan of hundreds of people, organized by Pueblo Sin Frontreras, where they surrendered and sought asylum. Pueblo Sin Frontreras worked with Showing Up for Racial Justice, a national network of activists, to find sponsor families, like the DeMay-Gres family in Chicago, to house those in the caravan who did not have relatives in the United States.
“Black Ink Crew: Chicago” reality star Charmaine Walker poses for a portrait in her 2nd City Ink tattoo shop Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2019, in Chicago. Walker, who is about 6 months pregnant with her first child, is also a deejay for WGCI-107.5 radio.
Becca Butcher performs at the first annual Miss Pole Dance Utah in Layton in 2009. 19 women from around the country competed.
A young girls is dressed as the Virgin Mary. Potosí, Bolivia.
Cordelia Dewdney poses for a portrait at her home Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2018, in the Edgewater Beach neighborhood of Chicago. Dewdney, of Lookingglass Theatre Company, was one of the Chicago Tribune’s Hot New Faces of Chicago Theater 2018, up-and-coming young people in the community.
Erzsebet Czibolia, posing in her blue fox stole at her home in Roy, Utah, is married to Dick Schaffert, who she met in Germany. Schaffert said he was a fighter pilot during the Vietnam War, studied counter-terrorism in the Philippines and spied on East German Premier Erich Honecker for NATO.
A cross is buried under wind-swept snow in the village of Unalakleet, Alaska.