Singles Ann Stenftenagel of St. Anthony pushes her shih tzu, Sporty, in a stroller while on her walk to her mother’s home on Thursday, July 26, 2018 in St. Anthony, Ind. She said the walk was the first time she tried out the stroller with Sporty. “I love to walk,” Stenftenagel said. “I can walk him anywhere I want to. He can walk for a while and then when he gets tired, I can put him in here. Now I don’t have to leave him home when I walk.” From left, Sofia Chavez of Huntingburg, 4, her sister Jasmine, 8, and their cousin Abigale Brown of Tell City, 8, react to exhaust fumes lingering in the air from a diesel truck during the Firecracker Truck and Tractor Pull of the Otwell Fourth of July celebration at the Otwell Community Center on Saturday, July 7, 2018. "That smells good," Jasmine said as the exhaust passed by them. Michael Van Vlack of Evansville, left, a man who did not want to be named, center, and Logan Stickler of St. Henry shotgun beers during the annual mud volleyball tournament at Schnellville Community Club in Schnellville on Sunday, July 8, 2018. "We were sober the first game so we're hoping drinking helps us out," Van Vlack said. Ex-Michigan State University and USA Gymnastics Dr. Larry Nassar tears up during Trenea Gonzcar's statement on the fourth day of his sentencing for seven first-degree criminal sexual conduct charges on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018 at the Ingham County Circuit Court in Lansing, Mich. Gonzcar said she has known him for 31 years and that she defended Nassar until recently. "It's time for me to stand up for these little girls and not stand behind you anymore Larry," Gonzcar said. "Good-bye Larry. May god bless your dark, broken soul." Eric Rothgerber of New Boston dove into a pond to clean off mud near Schnellville Community Club in Schnellville after competing in the annual mud volleyball tournament on Sunday, July 8, 2018. Cadet Davis rubs his eyes due to exhaustion after arriving home from his three days of overnight field training exercises with the Michigan State University Army ROTC program at Fort Custer on Saturday, March 23, 2019. Brian N of Bedford, who did not provide his full last name, left, argues with Ralph Blackey of Northwood, N.H. outside of SNHU Arena in Manchester, N.H. on Thursday, Aug. 15. Michigan State freshman 149-pounder Jaden Enriquez, left, rests after losing his match while Michigan State freshman 184-pounder Cameron Caffey waits for his match to begin on Jan. 11, 2019 at the Jenison Field House in East Lansing. "I'm thinking about how I'm going to move, how I'm going to set things up," Caffey said. "If my reaction time is good enough, all of those things will just follow through." Caffey went on to lose his match, which concluded the meet with MSU losing to Illinois 18-15.