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Those Protesting George Floyd's Death Comply Peacefully With Dallas Police As Curfew Zone ExpandedAs the 7:00 p.m. curfew drew near, the crowd dispersed, with many moving to Lake Cliff Park, where the curfew is not in effect.
Despite Peaceful Protests Some Arlington Businesses Close Fearing Second Night Of LootingSome of the protesters were frustrated, felling their peaceful demonstration was conflated with those showing up and doing damage.
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Governor Abbott Says He Won't Ask US Military To Come To TexasThe Governor made his comments during a news conference at City Hall with Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price, Dallas Police Chief Renee Hall and Fort Worth Police Chief Ed Kraus.
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Dallas County Sees Record Number Of New Coronavirus Cases (257) And Deaths (16)To the extent possible, please find ways to maintain 6 foot social distancing, wear a face covering when in crowds," Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins said.
Protesters Back In Arlington After Protest Devolved Into Crime SpreeNo trouble so far Tuesday, after violence and vandalism Monday night.
Texas Top Cop Believes Antifa Was Behind Looting Of Looting, ViolenceThe Director of the Texas Department of Public Safety said Texas is investigating how much of the violence and vandalism was pre-planned.
Arlington Church Leaders, Police Pray For PeaceCBS 11 photojournalist Mike Kinney takes us to the event.

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