The man and woman waved the firearms around and, at times, pointed them toward the demonstrators.
Bill Miller Sr. has stepped down as the Washington Missourian's publisher but is still the paper's owner.
Health officials said the person was "likely incubating illness and possibly infectious" while partying at various venues in Lake of the Ozarks, Missouri.
The Springfield-Greene County Health Department said it would contact all relevant customers and staff members at the Great Clips location.
These Missouri rabbis are using the Republican-held state's religious liberty laws to push for wider access to absentee ballots during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Missouri televangelist is being "unfairly targeted" for selling Silver Solution, his lawyer said.
But legal experts say efforts to hold China accountable for the coronavirus in U.S. courts are likely to be unsuccessful.
John Swaller was jailed in Missouri on a charge of making terroristic threats.
“Who’s scared of the coronavirus?” Cody Lee Pfister says to the camera before licking a row of deodorant sticks on a Walmart store shelf.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) faces a tough rough ahead in the race for the White House after not doing well in the Michigan primary.