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On Daybreak Today, protest and violence continued across the country over the weekend.
- Dozens of cities put curfews in place after protesters set fires and looted stores.
- Demonstrators are calling for justice after George Floyd died in police custody.
- Read more here: US heads into a new week shaken by violence and pandemic
Gov. Greg Abbott has declared a disaster declaration for Texas
- He has also deployed thousands of National Guard troops as protests pop up throughout the state.
- In Dallas, more than 100 were arrested and curfews are in place there and in San Antonio.
- Read more from The Texas Tribune: Live updates: Dallas, San Antonio extend curfews through Sunday night
Police in Lubbock arrested two people Saturday night after a man showed up to a protest at 19th Street and University Avenue carrying a rifle.
- Investigators say officers talked the man into putting the gun down when another man tackled him.
- A police officer suffered minor injuries during the incident.
- Read more here: RAW VIDEO: Man with gun tackled, 2 arrested at Lubbock protest
One person is dead and two others injured after a fire at the River Oaks Villa apartments in the 1300 block of 65th Drive.
- The fire, which was reported Sunday morning, damaged 16 units.
- There is no word on what caused that fire.
- Read more here: 1 killed in Sunday morning fire at River Oaks Villa Apartments
One new cases of COVID-19 was reported by the Lubbock Health Department.
- That update came Sunday afternoon.
- There have been a total of 692 cases reported since March 17, but 171 are active cases.
- There are currently 12 people hospitalized with the virus.
- Get a detailed look here: COVID-19: Lubbock reports 1 new case on Sunday, total now 692
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