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Canndus Lewis, 33, releases balloons once a year as her own way of keeping the memory of her daughter Forever Donatto alive. Donatto was shot when she was only 11-months-old by a drive-by shooter while she was sitting on her car seat in her mother’s vehicle which was parked on front of a known drug house in northeast Houston in August 2012. Her murder was one among 24 homicide division cases that were ignored causing the firing of Sgt. Ryan Chandler. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Canndus Lewis, 33, releases balloons once a year as her own way of keeping the memory of her daughter Forever Donatto alive. Donatto was shot when she was only 11-months-old by a drive-by shooter while she was sitting on her car seat in her mother’s vehicle which was parked on front of a known drug house in northeast Houston in August 2012. Her murder was one among 24 homicide division cases that were ignored causing the firing of Sgt. Ryan Chandler. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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Canndus Lewis, 33, sits on the front steps of her cousin’s house in Houston where she lives, holding balloons which she releases once a year in remembrance of her 11-month-old daughter Forever Donatto who was shot a few days away from her first year birthday in 2012. The murder is still unresolved as well as other 23 cases by the Houston Police Department. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Canndus Lewis, 33, sits on the front steps of her cousin’s house in Houston where she lives, holding balloons which she releases once a year in remembrance of her 11-month-old daughter Forever Donatto who was shot a few days away from her first year birthday in 2012. The murder is still unresolved as well as other 23 cases by the Houston Police Department. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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Canndus Lewis, 33, of Houston has the name of her daughter Forever Donatto tattooed on both her arms. Donatto was only 11-months-old when she was shot at 8339 Ponnel Lane by a passing vehicle. Two years has passed since the murder and still the case has not been solved by the Houston Police Department. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Canndus Lewis, 33, of Houston has the name of her daughter Forever Donatto tattooed on both her arms. Donatto was only 11-months-old when she was shot at 8339 Ponnel Lane by a passing vehicle. Two years has passed since the murder and still the case has not been solved by the Houston Police Department. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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Jennifer Ortiz - Puerto Rico - by Marie D. De Jesus
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Jennifer Ortiz - Puerto Rico - by Marie D. De Jesus

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Reggie Bibbs, 49, a patient of neurofibromatosis, is surrounded by support. In exchange Bibbs has dedicated himself in bringing awareness about his severe condition to help other receive treatment as well. Dorothy Bibbs, left, 77, got the news about his genetic disorder early on her sons life, but after that, the Bibbs family have protected Reggie and built a community around him. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Reggie Bibbs, 49, a patient of neurofibromatosis, is surrounded by support. In exchange Bibbs has dedicated himself in bringing awareness about his severe condition to help other receive treatment as well. Dorothy Bibbs, left, 77, got the news about his genetic disorder early on her sons life, but after that, the Bibbs family have protected Reggie and built a community around him. Thursday, July 24, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

Luis Benicio De Matos, 5, and his father Caio De Matos visit the pool facility available at the apartment complex where the family are staying while Luis Benicio receives proton therapy at MD Anderson. The family which are from Brazil, have been taking advantage of all that Houston has to offer to visitors, like museums, sports events, and a wide variety of retail options. Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Luis Benicio De Matos, 5, and his father Caio De Matos visit the pool facility available at the apartment complex where the family are staying while Luis Benicio receives proton therapy at MD Anderson. The family which are from Brazil, have been taking advantage of all that Houston has to offer to visitors, like museums, sports events, and a wide variety of retail options. Thursday, Aug. 7, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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Mary Beleele, 83, of Porter feels upset about the accident that took place on the backyard of her home when I man hired by her daughter to cut a tree on her property of 20 years, got pinned by a branch. The first responders had to amputate the leg of the man. Wednesday, July 16, 2014, in Porter. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Mary Beleele, 83, of Porter feels upset about the accident that took place on the backyard of her home when I man hired by her daughter to cut a tree on her property of 20 years, got pinned by a branch. The first responders had to amputate the leg of the man. Wednesday, July 16, 2014, in Porter. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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Sombrero vueltiados (Colombian Spanish for turned hats) at Colombian Fest in Houston. The hats are no longer just used as a traditional item for Colombian workers, but as a national symbol widely used by celebrities and patriotic artists. Sunday, July 20, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )
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Sombrero vueltiados (Colombian Spanish for turned hats) at Colombian Fest in Houston. The hats are no longer just used as a traditional item for Colombian workers, but as a national symbol widely used by celebrities and patriotic artists. Sunday, July 20, 2014, in Houston. ( Marie D. De Jesus / Houston Chronicle )

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