Seattle Top Stories
Adopt-A-School Program, Part 1: Bringing a Message of Hope to StudentsFor 20 years, FBI employees have mentored and tutored students in disadvantaged communities.
FBI Seeking Tech Experts to Become Cyber Special AgentsThe FBI is recruiting the best technical talent to join the ranks of cyber special agents.
Digital Billboard InitiativeInitiative allows fugitive and other information to quickly reach the public, with great success.
The Fraudster Who Faked His Own Death: Inside the Aubrey Lee Price CaseThe case of a minister-turned drug dealer who faked suicide after his Ponzi scheme failed.
Director Pledges Continued Support for Indian Country Crime VictimsDirector Comey pledges continued support for crime victims on tribal lands.
Latest Hate Crime Statistics Report ReleasedLatest report shows slight decrease in reported incidents, includes new data.
New Top Ten Fugitive: Help Us Find a MurdererYaser Abdel Said is wanted for the brutal murder of his two teenage daughters in Texas.
FBI WMD Exercise Tests Response to Chemical AttackExercise in Houston tests how well emergency responders work together following chemical attack.
Annual ‘Officers Killed’ Report More Than a Tally of LossesMore than a tally of losses, annual LEOKA report gathers data to help prevent future incidents.
In the Line of Duty: 2013 LEOKA Report ReleasedAccording to latest report, 76 officers were killed in line-of-duty incidents last year.
Honoring the FallenCeremony marks 20-year anniversary of fatal attack on two FBI agents and a police sergeant.
Agency Cooperation Leads to 30-Year Sentence in Child Exploitation CaseMichigan man sentenced to 30 years in prison following joint investigation.
Cyber Security: Task Force Takes ‘Whole Government’ ApproachA look at how the National Cyber Investigative Joint Task Force confronts the cyber threat.
Agent Exposes Civil Rights Crimes in Alabama PrisonThe civil rights case against corrections officers who fatally beat an inmate in Alabama.
Sex Trafficker Receives 40-Year SentenceMan who used social media to lure young victims into prostitution gets 40-year term.