Washington, Colorado, FBI discussed on Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz


Some winter weather in the Metro Later today into tonight, Fox 30 one's Brooks Garner tells us It's not gonna add up to a whole lot, but it will in parts of Colorado's high country. The higher totals will remain in the high country where a widespread itude of four inches could fall. Across south central sections, actually, from the San Juans all the way to the singer to Christos. We could see 6 to 12 inches of. So so this is mainly in southern Colorado. So for tonight, he says, we could see a morning Fleury along the planes after a quiet weekend in Washington. Security is extremely tight for this week's inauguration, The heart of Washington is barricaded by tall, anti scale fencing and national guard standing at roadblocks with guns across her chest that he blocks around the White House capital of National Mall or closed Heidi says she's never seen anything like this living in D. C. I look for during that 11, too, so it wasn't it don't feel this is blocked off as it is right now, This seems a little It's a lot worse. I feel this is more blocked off the 9 11. I feel like that. As of right now the streets are virtually empty over the weekend. There were no major protests here like Stone, ABC NEWS Washington We'll take you live to D C and chat with Alex Stone in the nation's capital, the end of this hour and expected protests by supporters of President Trump at the Colorado state. Capital, but it wasn't well attended on Sunday. It's estimated that reporters and photographers surrounding the Capitol building outnumbered any protesters by about a 5 to 1 margin. Law enforcement officials had feared armed protesters might show up at the Capitol that followed warnings by the FBI that rallies will be staged around the country and they could possibly turn violent. Chad Hoffman K away NewsRadio The FBI is still investigating organizer's behind the Capitol protests in Washington that turned to do a violent riot on January 6th. NBC's Gabe Gutierrez explains. The bureau is also investigating whether foreign governments or groups provided financial support to extremists who helped plan and execute the attack. The sources say the FBI is examining payments of $500,000 in Bitcoins. The payments apparently originated from a French national. Meantime, federal authorities are warning that foreign actors like Russia and Iran are trying to exploit the violence online. COLORADO GOP Congresswoman Lauren Bober is facing a federal lawsuit for blocking a constituent on Twitter. Former Democratic State representative Breathe Manteo lives in Pueblo Civil rights attorney David Lane is lead counsel in her suit. When somebody approaches me and says she's censoring me, and that's the First Amendment violation..

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