Tatum Brown, 2, kisses his father David Brown goodbye as he goes to work at Josie's Party Store on Thursday, July 23, 2015, in Jackson, Michigan. Name Your Fare driver Matt Wilcox, left, took Tatum and his mother Jessica to the movies afterward. David said his family doesn't have a car and often uses Name Your Fare to get to work. "They really help us out a lot," he said. Name Your Fare is a transportation company offering rides to Jackson costumers at a rate of their choosing.
Dressed up in a giant chicken suit Tom Sheanan, of Edison, walks his chicken Kernel on a leash down Cains Court at the third annual Edison Bird Festival on Saturday, Feb. 8, 2014, in Edison.
Richard Uribe talks about having anxiety and depression during his arraignment by district judge Darryl Mazur on assault with intent to do great bodily harm and assault with a dangerous weapon Monday, July 27, 2015, at Jackson County Courthouse.
A woman displays herself to a Bellingham Police officer Saturday night, Oct. 12 near Laurel Park in Bellingham, Wash. After police broke up a Bellingham block party, young adults threw beer bottles and other objects at idling police vehicles. Police used pepper balls, smoke and flash grenades to disperse the crowd of about 500 people.
Austin Lefere playfully pulls his grandson Jalen Reeser's, 13, hair as he was rocking the chair his brother Zavien Lefere, 3, was sitting in at the 14th annual Jackson Blues Festival on Friday, June 5, 2015, at the Jackson County Airport in Jackson. Hundreds came out on the second of the three-day festival to enjoy blues music under a cloudy skies.
Program assistant Torrie Wyer, left, hugs Jacque Williams, a camp leader, at a Youth Haven Ranch summer camp Tuesday, June 23, 2015, in Rives Junction, Michigan. About 65 young campers hung out with Michigan State University mascot Sparty.
Fourth graders Eli Stutz, 10, left, and Michael Griffin, 10, react to the explosion of Mentos and diet soda during a science experiment day Tuesday, June, 9, 2015, at Paragon Charter Academy in Jackson. Griffin said not to drink the soda after putting Mentos in. "It will taste very bad," he said. The 68 fourth grade students spent the afternoon learning about chemical interactions, air pressure and electricity.
Gerald Cleunion, 7, right, eats with his brother 5-year-old brother Gavin on Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, at their Rives Township, Mich., home. Gerald has an aggressive stage four cancer and has been receiving treatment since March. (Nick Gonzales | Mlive.com)
Christal Hamlin, in red, hangs onto her 15-year-old Nicolas' arm at a candlelight vigil for Logan Bailey, 15, on Sunday, Nov. 1, 2015, at Vandercook Lake High School in Vandercook Lake, Mich. Bailey passed away Saturday, Oct. 31 after losing his battle with brain cancer. Hundreds gathered to remember and pay respects to Bailey's family. (Nick Gonzales | Mlive.com)
Jennifer Martinez, left, and Julie Morris, center, get teary-eyed as they watch a tribute video to people who have died due to gun violence with her 8-year-old son Emanuel Perez, at the "Enough is Enough" rally Thursday, Jan. 1, 2015, at Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. Emanuel's father, Anthony Perez, was among those who were remembered. Close to 100 people attended the event which featured speakers, prayers and a candle light vigil.
Nekeisha Alayna Alexis prays at the conclusion of the Know Your Civil Rights event put on by the People's History of Elkhart on Saturday, May 2, 2015, at the Roosevelt Center in Elkhart. More than 30 people attended the panel discussion with Elkhart Police Chief Laura Koch, Assistant Police Chief Mike Stuff, Elkhart County Sheriff Brad Rogers, attorney Kristi Osterday and Elkhart County NAACP President Ron Davis. The discussion focused on civil rights and best practices when interacting with police.
Alecia Finch, 7, stands on her porch Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015, in Jackson, Mich. Alecia was one of two children bitten by a pit bull on Sept. 2. She had plastic surgery on her face and is recovering from a fractured left arm. Alecia said she still likes puppies, but larger dogs scare her.
Elkhart mayoral candidate Dan Boecher stands at the podium with his wife Lori, left, and daughters Greta, 9, Clara, 5, and Lyla, 7, as he spoke to supporters in the Athenian Ballroom Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2015, in Elkhart. The Republican spoke of his passion for the city, where he’s lived with his family since 2001, and his eagerness to make Elkhart a place where people want to raise their families.
Michigan State Police trooper Steven Moore performs a sobriety test at the scene of a three-car crash Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015, on westbound I-94 near exit 142 in Jackson, Mich. Michigan State Police Sgt. Toby Baker said of the five people involved, one man was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries. A 16-year-old girl from Grass Lake failed to stop, rear-ended a car, which in turn struck another car, he said. The traffic was due to a crash farther up the highway. (Nick Gonzales | Mlive.com)