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Missouri governor and noted mask skeptic Mike Parson and his wife, Teresa Parson, have both tested positive for Covid-19.

Parson, 65, appears to have no symptoms, but has postponed all events, including ones for his reelection campaign.

Teresa and I enjoyed a great evening with friends at the 17th annual @MoCattle’s Association Steak Fry. pic.twitter.com/0pVyJpLixt

This is Lauren Aratani taking over from Joan E. Greve. Cities are bracing themselves for protests tonight following the grand jury’s decision in the case of the officers who killed Breonna Taylor.

The Chicago Tribune spotted a few demonstrators being arrested by police, though reasons for the arrest are unclear. Protesters have been gathering in downtown Louisville for hours since the decision was announced. The city set a curfew that will start at 9 pm tonight and end at 6:30 am today morning.

Getting a little tense now as police stop protesters in the street. #BreonnaTaylor #Louisville pic.twitter.com/BW8SbNASHA

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