Moments As her brother Jake Tomac-Galloway, 10, drives the electric farm cart, Emily Tomac-Galloway, 7, looks over her shoulder as the sun sets on the Tomac family farm in Chesaning, Mich., Saturday, Sept. 16, 2017. This was the pair's first solo adventure on the cart without an adult supervising. Myles McGuire poses in his room Nov. 28, 2017 in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. McGuire is an artist, both visual and musical, and is planning to move to Atlanta to pursue music. Krista Cooper-Nurse shows the bruising and injuries sustained from at her her former fiancee, Justin Ayars, a San Antonio police officer, allegedly assualting her by smashing her face with a rock and fracturing three bones outside her San Antonio apartment, June 15, 2018. Ayars has not been arrested in connection with the incident, which took place nearly three weeks prior. Janah Abd, 6, turns around during evening prayer at the Victoria Islamic Center July 20, 2018. The arson who destroyed the mosque Jan. 28, 2017 was found guilty nearly a year and a half later as the community works to rebuild and continue to worship together. Ray Golden, Jr., poses as he shows some of his tattoos in his apartment in Mt. Pleasant, Mich., Oct. 25, 2017. Golden has 11 tattoos, of which he is very proud of and hold significance to him. "I look at my tattoos as a vision. I have a vision of what I want my body to be." Golden says CPOY - Saginaw High School students converge on Terry Fifer as he gets out of his car on Objibway Island in Saginaw, Mich., during the pre prom gathering for the school on May 25, 2017. Jasmine Dilla, 4, climbs a tree in her apartment complex with her cousin Darline Ndjenomgotto, 9, June 27, 2018. The girls' family recently immigrated from Chad and have made a new life in San Antonio. Aaron Johnson of Brighton, Mich., ponders his day as he drives back to his apartment following class at Central Michigan University in Mt. Pleasant, Mich. As a musician and rapper, Johnson uses his platform of music to make a difference. “I have a responsibility to speak up on this… (but) there’s a lot of grace that has to be involved,” says Johnson. Asten Jones shows the scars from the surgery she recently underwent to treat a MRSA infection she contracted from using dirty needles, in her hospital room at Methodist Hospital Aug. 3, 2018. Jones recently had heart surgery because of damage her IV drug use has caused to her heart. Alma senior Dannielle Francis shields her faces from the sun as she tries to squeeze in a nap during the Chippewa Marching Band's morning practice in Kelly/Shorts Stadium before Central Michigan University's football game against Miami University Sept. 23. Band days are long and members of the Chippewa Marching Band squeeze in naps whenever possible.