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The American flag reflects off the windshield of the car carrying fallen Kent Police Officer Diego Moreno's urn on July 31, 2018. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Air Force Staff Sgt. Damien Kent, a cardio-pulmonary respiratory technician, is one of 1,500 students who trained in Cincinnati to join Critical Care Air Transport Teams since 2003. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Officer Jenifer Eshom poses for a photo in January 2018 at the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission in Burien, Washington. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Sam Clayton, a 13-year-old with Down Syndrome, works on a reading assignment at his Federal Way home. Clayton spends every school day in a self-contained classroom in the Federal Way School District, which is now conducting an audit of their special ed programs. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Jennifer Tucker, a sex trafficking survivor, poses for a photo at her Tacoma home. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Kimberly Perry, lead vocalist of The Band Perry, performs on the main stage on the final day of the Buckle Up Fest at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove on Sunday, July 20, 2014. The country music group was the Sunday headliner at the festival. Taylor Mirfenderski | WCPO

A DUSTOFF medical evacuation team unloads a wounded Afghan soldier from their aircraft at Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on Sept. 4, 2014. The soldier was one of two injured in an attack on Forward Operating Base Ghazni earlier that day. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

A U.S. Air Force pilot flies a Critical Care Air Transport Team (CCATT) mission to an Italian military base to pick up a critically wounded soldier in Afghanistan on September 12, 2014. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Braedon Hafey, a 7-year-old with autism, climbs a tree at his farm in Olympia, Washington. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Air Force Physician Sabrina Akhtar transports a wounded Afghan Border Patrol commander who's clinging to life on September 12, 2015 in Afghanistan.

Apartment residents look out their windows Saturday afternoon to watch the Seattle Women's March on January 20, 2018. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Sarah Carollo, 7, swims at Sammamish Lake State Park in Issaquah on May 13, 2018. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Tom Anglin, 71, of Green Township, watches Firefighter Daryl Gordon's funeral procession outside Oak Hill Cemetery on April 1, 2015. Anglin's son is one of the pallbearers who carried Gordon's casket. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Maj. Jay Rames, a U.S. Army flight nurse, cares for a wounded soldier during a DUSTOFF medevac flight in Afghanistan on Sept 9, 2014. The Afghan soldier suffered a gunshot wound after insurgents attacked Forward Operating Base Shank in Logar province. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Hans Schettler, 37, of Seattle carries his 2-year-old daughter Goldie Morris on his back at Cal Anderson Park in Seattle during the Seattle Women's March on January 20, 2018. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Jim Miller, 62, uses a saw to cut the tree that fell on top of his van when a tornado came past his Port Orchard home on December 18, 2018. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Air Force members training to join Critical Care Air Transport teams are tested as they practice unloading critically wounded patients from a military transport plane on March 20, 2014 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Lucky Mulumba, a U.S. Air Force nurse at Craig Joint Theater Hospital, cares for Aminulla, an Afghan soldier who was wounded in a bomb blast on September 4, 2015.

A crowd fills a bazaar on a warm summer afternoon in Tehran, Iran. Photo by Taylor Mirfendereski

A mother gets emotional as she watches the honor guard carry fallen deputy Daniel McCartney’s casket inside Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Sgt. Maj Raymond Chandler III, the top enlisted officer in the U.S. Army, watches a demonstration of how specialized teams of Air Force doctors, nurses and respiratory therapists work on simulated patients at University of Cincinnati Medical Center to treat wounded soldiers in flight.

Rob Anderson, a corrections officer at the Clermont County Jail, peeks inside an isolation room to check on an inmate placed on suicide watch. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Lexington firefighter Steve Mohr embraces his 2-year-old son Mason outside Oak Hill Cemetery on April 1, 2015. The father and son were among hundreds of others who lined the Glendale streets to watch FAO Daryl Gordon's funeral procession to the cemetery. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Members of Ceatl Tonali hold a ceremony outside of Judkins Park on May 1, 2018, hours before the start of Seattle's May Day March. Taylor MIrfendereski | KING 5

A man fishes for salmon from a West Seattle pier as the sun sets on September 14, 2017. Taylor Mirfendereski | KING 5

Brent Bielinski, 25, is the CEO of Cincinnati-based NomNom Nation. The smartphone app allows people to fill up their local food bank from their phone. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

A U.S. flag flies over Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan on September 5, 2014. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Kimberly Perry, lead vocalist of The Band Perry, performs on the main stage on the final day of the Buckle Up Fest at Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove on Sunday, July 20, 2014. The country music group was the Sunday headliner at the festival. Taylor Mirfenderski | WCPO

A portrait of a man who sells handcrafted goods on the streets of Tehran, Iran. Photo by Taylor Mirfendereski

Provocative actors covered in fake blood line the walls of Club Blood, one of 11 haunted mazes at Kings Island's popular Halloween attraction. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Three-year-old Sophia Deaton of Edgewood (left) watches the 95th annual Findlay Market Opening Day Parade with her cousin Lilly Paskal, 4, of Villa Hills on Monday, March 31, 2014 in downtown Cincinnati. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

Air Force members training to join Critical Care Air Transport teams are tested in the back of a military transport plane on March 20, 2014 in Cincinnati. | Taylor Mirfendereski

Darlene Rogers, 58, of South Lebanon was in court for almost 20 months after village officials cited her South Main Street home for ordinance violations. Taylor Mirfendereski | WCPO

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Members of Ceatl Tonali hold a ceremony outside of Judkins Park on May 1, 2018, hours before the start of Seattle's May Day March. Taylor MIrfendereski | KING 5