Menorah lighting ceremony
Adam Rashkind of Winter Garden, Fla. symbolically lights the first candle of the eight days of Hannukah as members of the central Florida Jewish community and residents of Winter Garden gather for the Menorah lighting ceremony on Tuesday, December 12, 2017. The lighting was hosted by the Chabad of South Orlando. (Joe Burbank/Orlando Sentinel/TNS)
Wild win in shootout, 2-1
The Calgary Flames' Johnny Gaudreau (13) lifts the puck past Minnesota Wild goalie Alex Stalock (32) for a goal during the during the overtime shootout on Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, at the Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minn. The Wild won, 2-1, in the shootout. (Carlos Gonzalez/Minneapolis Star Tribune/TNS)
'That evening hunt … that was worth the whole trip'
A lone cottonwood tree is silhouetted against a December sunrise on a farm in western Minnesota. (Sam Cook/Duluth News Tribune/TNS)
MCVET offers shelter, services to the oft-overlooked: Homeless female veterans
Bertha Moore, who is a vet and received help from MCVET, helps sort some of the donated clothes at the center. Homelessness among female veterans is on the rise, but at Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training center, female veterans have a soft landing with a structured program that offers housing, programming and a variety of services to get them back on track. (Lloyd Fox/Baltimore Sun/TNS)
Thousands freed from LA gang injunctions that controlled their movements, friendships, even dress choices
Peter Arellano, 22, stands on the porch of his family's home in Echo Park, Calif., on Nov. 29, 2017. Arellano has been the subject of an Echo Park gang injunction since 2013, along with his father. Until he was recently taken off the injunction, he risked arrest by even going out to dinner with certain relatives. The LAPD & the City Attorney's Office invalidating a majority of the gang injunctions it has imposed in the city. During the injunction he was not allowed to wear blue. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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