DOJ seizes $3 billion in bitcoin, CPW compensates animal deaths

This episode from February 10 goes over the “KCSU Live In-Studio” podcast, the DOJ seizing money from Bitcoin and the upcoming College Ave print issue.

DOJ seizes $3 billion in bitcoin, CPW compensates animal deaths

Ellie Shannon, Kota Babcock, Portia Cook, News Directors


In this episode, Portia Cook goes over updates in Colorado State University campus news with details on Black History Month events. Cook gives information on a car crash near campus Wednesday. Kota Babcock goes over new updates in COVID-19 pandemic statistics and policies. Listeners hear from local band Shadow Work on the “KCSU Live In-Studio” podcast.

After that, Babcock goes over the impacts of a trucker protest. Then, Babcock speaks to Kailey Pickering of College Ave magazine about their upcoming print issue coming out March 2. Eliza Drotar goes over information on CSU athletics. To conclude the show, Babcock explains some updates in technology with information on why the Department of Justice confiscated over 3 billion dollars in bitcoin.

About the Rocky Mountain Review: KCSU’s news directors bring you news coverage. Coverage includes northern Colorado and national news, straight from the KCSU Fort Collins news desk. Topics range from crime to cryptocurrency to local art galleries. KCSU news is also on Spotify (and most podcast streaming platforms), and listeners can find it by clicking here or searching KCSU News.