St. Louis Top Stories
Ten Sentenced in Hate Crime CaseConspirators sentenced for racially motivated crimes that resulted in one man’s murder.
FBI Safe Online Surfing Internet ChallengeOur Safe Online Surfing Internet Challenge just wrapped up its third year with record results.
The Case of the Corrupt Coin DealerInside the case of a corrupt coin dealer who targeted elderly victims.
Taken for a RideInside the case of a travel agent who scammed high school marching bands out of trips.
International Soccer Officials IndictedNine FIFA officials, five corporate execs charged with racketeering, corruption offenses.
National Missing Children’s Day 2015In honor of National Missing Children’s Day, we ask for your continued help to locate the lost.
Alabama Jeweler Sentenced in Federal CourtHow an Alabama jeweler got caught pawning his own “stolen” diamonds.
Community Partners Recognized2014 Director’s Community Leadership Award recipients honored.
Death Notification with CompassionFBI, Penn State offer online death notification training for first responders.
Justice in Decade-Long Ponzi SchemeJail time, restitution ordered for businessman who ran 10-year, $230 million scam.
Oklahoma City Bombing: 20 Years LaterA look back at the deadliest act of homegrown terrorism in the nation’s history.
Endangered Child Alert: Help Us Identify John Doe 29The FBI is seeking the public’s help in identifying an unknown male who may have information about the identity and whereabouts of a young girl depicted in a series of photos being sexually abused. The abuse may be ongoing. The man, dubbed John Doe 29, is not being accused of abusing the girl, but investigators are hoping to interview him about the location of the victim—the ultimate goal is to rescue the child.
Violent Gangs: Kidnapping Crew Targeted Criminal CommunityInside the illegal enterprise of a violent street gang that targeted other criminals.
Public Corruption in Indian CountryCase is one example of how FBI agent helps protect his Native American community.
National Explosives Task ForceMulti-agency group of bomb experts uses intel to counter incidents.