Editorial Shaneekua Young holds her 9-month-old, Kiara, at the Zion Lutheran Church in Harrisburg, Pa. Young has been homeless for over a year. The Family Promise homeless shelter allows the two to live in one of the 13 local churches for a week at a time.Officer Ron Trace comforts Beth Trez, owner of Trez Music Education Center, as firefighters carry out remnants of her store in Mechanicsburg, Pa. Several residents were left homeless when a fire swept through a 120-year-old apartment building.During a private swimming lesson given by Laura Bradford, Jake Smith, 11, holds his breath and tries to swim as far as he can in the deep end before resurfacing at the Grant High School pool in Portland, Ore. Bradford worked with Smith to help him overcome his fear of the deep end.Megan Gorski sends a text message as her date kisses her while they rest on the small sofa during the Sigma Phi Epsilon Crush Dance at Hilltopper Cafe in Bowling Green, Ky. “I want to marry him,” said Gorski.Jose Guadelupe, second from left, watches out the window while Latin soap operas play during the chaos of morning in the migrant house in Lynnville, Ky. Guadalupe is the newest worker on Jerry Barber’s farm. He is working on paying off loans for the travel expenses here before he will begin saving for his second year of college.Specialist Steve Brown, 24, holds his wife Ashley, 22, before departing to Afghanistan with nearly 100 Pennsylvania Army National Guard members. Ashley Brown is three months pregnant with their second child.The Hot Spot Enforcement Action Team of police officers pull over a car with six adolescents that were in a four person car in Portland, Ore.Summer Hancock sits on the steps of a ride at the Juniata County Fair. Authorities investigate after a deadly fast-moving fire swept through a block of row houses in Harrisburg, Pa. Five people died including four children. “When the first firefighters arrived, they saw heavy fire coming out the front of the building,” said Harrisburg battalion chief Daniel Hartman. “People were yelling, ‘The kids were inside.'”Cedar Cliff High School senior Nick Pantalone receives chemotherapy at his home in Camp Hill. Pantalone was diagnosed with desmoplastic round cell tumor, a rare and aggressive cancer and hopes that after his rounds of chemotherapy he can go to Florida for college to make his dream come true of managing a theme park. Plainfield Elementary School’s Olivia Walter, 7, waits in line to get a cold meat sandwich. Plainfield is without air conditioning. Part of the lunch room and their classrooms had their lights off in order to keep the building cool. The children will be eating cold meat sandwiches for the rest of the week. Due to budget cuts, the school district will no longer keep Plainfield’s doors open. Standing on top of a tractor Lance Smith helps his grandfather Albert Bergmooser, center, and his brother Craig Smith, left, take down the limbs that hit his grandfather’s home. The 100-year-old tree snapped and fell on top of the roof creating two holes, drenching the Christmas ordainments and children’s books that were in the attic for storage.On the ferry Ulysses, the world’s largest car ferry, Kevin Flebbe, a sophomore at Catawba College, N.C., looks out the window while fellow classmates sleep below deck during the voyage from Ireland back to England. Flebbe, along with 165 other students, was enrolled at Harlaxton College study abroad program, where he is able to take classes in England and travel during the weekend.