A collection of editorial images.
The mace bearer stands at attention during the procession of graduates at the Kent State University graduate student commencement on Friday, Dec. 14, 2018.
Graduates sit and wait for the Kent State University graduate student commencement to begin.
A mom grabs her small child as he tries to run across the barrier on the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan. The bridge is normally closed to pedestrians but every memorial day, the bridge authority opens the 5 mile long bridge to pedestrians to walk from Michigan’s upper peninsula to the lower mitten.
Medals wait at the finish line of the Akron Marathon for runners to finish the race and claim them.
Kristin Lenton shields her son Beckett’s eyes as the Valley Fire District rides by and sprays water on spectators of the Stow, Ohio fourth of July Parade. Temperatures reached 92 degrees in Stow but it felt much hotter on the parade route.
A bridge connects to parts of the Ohio State University Recreation Center in Columbus, Ohio.
The City of Pittsburgh is the only city in the world to have tis particular color of yellow. Most of the bridges in the steel city are painted this color.
Connie Wagner (right) comforts her husband Michael Wagner during the funeral mass for their grandson, Jackson Steinmiller at St. John’s Jesuit High School in Toledo, Ohio on May 12, 2018. Jackson lost a three-year battle with fibrolamellar, a rare form of liver cancer, on April 19. When Jackson announced his diagnosis was terminal, his grandfather, a retired Marine Corp general, cried and begged him not to go. Jackson’s funeral was the hardest day of his grandfather’s life.
Josiah, 7, waits for his turn to poke his head into the penguin exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia. The aquarium is the second largest in the world and hold over 100,000 animals in over 10 million gallons of water.
Lucas Parsons-Moughler, 13, walks in the Akron Pride Parade which kicked off the second annual Akron Pride Festival.
Matthew Taylor gestures to the wall he designed and painted with artist Mede on Adams Street in downtown Toledo.
Sage Schiavone, 4, rearranges a candle on the sidewalk outside the Tallmadge Church in Tallmadge, Ohio on Monday, Sept. 11, 2017. Tallmadge Fire Cheif Michael Passarelli and firefighter Jeff Quick organize the commemoration every year and set up 2,976 candles, one for every victim of the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
David Horowitz, conservative writer and founder of the Freedom Center waits for the elevator doors to close in the Kent State University Student Center on Oct. 24, 2017.
Kevin Cline, President of Kent State’s Chapter of Young Americans for Liberty, takes part in a demonstration against safe spaces in college campuses hosted by Turning Point USA.
Valravn at Cedar Point in Sandusky, Ohio.
The Sampler Platter at City Barbecue in Fairlawn, Ohio.
Molds for handmade guitars sit on a table in the basement of Lay’s Guitar Shop in Akron, Ohio.
Dr. Bruce Cohen poses for a portrait at Akron Children’s Hospital.
Skye Marie, 1 (left); Chance, 4 (center); and Jeion, 4, all sit on the statue spelling “I Promise” in front o f LeBron James’ new school in Akron, Ohio on Monday, July, 30, 2018.
Protesters flip off police at the start of the clash between Antifa and police officers. Police came up behind the Antifa march with the intention of keeping the group moving but the group turned on police and that lead to the deployment of pepper spray.