Olympia, Jonathan Schell, Senator John Brown discussed on Talking Real Money with Don McDonald and Tom Cock


News 1000 FM 97 7 Good afternoon It is 12 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the combo 24 7 News Center, The state Capitol in Olympia is heavily guarded this weekend just as the state's capitals in all states. After an FBI warning of possible armed protests leading up to President elect Biden's inauguration COMAS Jonathan Schell reports. Businesses in Olympia don't like what they see some downtown Olympia business owners like Laurie Ma Geneti say the added security presence is not a good look for the area. Oh, it's cut into our business tremendously. We have not had one person in the shop today. It's a little intimidating. Republican State Senator John Brown hopes all of this comes down sooner rather than later. I do have long term concerns that we don't continue. To restrict access to the capital. It's unclear how long the fencing and barricades will remain. This doesn't feel like the America that I grew up in Frank Custom codes, Danger room comics and says he understands the need for added security. But if protesters do show up this weekend, well, I hope there's no violence. Authorities say There is no immediate threats in our welcoming protesters if they plan on doing it peacefully, Jonathan SHOW Comeau News in Tacoma 21 year old Man was shot multiple times last night in a parked car on South Jay. Street Right now. He's in serious but stable condition at the hospital. He's expected to survive. So far. No arrests have been made to women were shot. You were safely gas station on Rainier Avenue in south Seattle last night. Police tell us the women in their twenties they were taking the hospital in serious condition. Investigators have not said what led up to that gunfire. Police are still searching for the shooter. The holidays didn't help to slow the winter coronavirus surge. But one University of Washington, health experts says our state did pretty well..

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