Man Accused of Kidnapping, Robbery Arrested in SwanseaOrtega Mitchell,26, was arrested without incident Tuesday at a home in Swansea, Illinois.
Illinois Debt Could Provoke Dispute with FBIDocuments obtained by The Associated Press through the Freedom of Information Act show that the deadbeat state owes $3 million to the FBI for processing fingerprints and conducting background checks.
FBI Offers $5,000 Reward for Kidnapping Ransom SuspectOrtega Mitchell, also known as Munk Milano, 26, allegedly conspired with two others to kidnap and hold a California man for ransom last September.
Widow of City Museum Founder Asks FBI to Reopen CaseBob Cassilly's body was found inside the cab of a bulldozer that appeared to have tumbled down a hill.
Missouri Still a Hotspot For Human TraffickingJefferson City woman said she was drugged, raped and beaten for three days by a man who she called a 'friend.'
FBI Gives New Classification to Animal AbuseThe FBI is now classifying animal cruelty as a Group A offense and a crime against society.
More Bulk Buys of Prepaid Cellphones Reported - Authorities Ask, Why?The state's former homeland security chief says the phones could be used to detonate a bomb, communicate between criminals, or to resell at a profit.
FBI Alerted to Suspicious Cellphone Buys in MissouriThe purchases last weekend in Columbia, Lebanon and Macon raised red flags because such cell phones, often called ``burners,'' frequently are discarded in an effort to avoid detection. And such phones can be used as bomb detonators.
FBI: St. Louis a Top Human Trafficking City in the U.S.Areas along Interstate 70 and 44 that have a high level of transportation see a larger prevalence of trafficking.
University of Chicago Calls Off Classes Over Online ThreatStudents who live on campus are advised to stay indoors.
St. Louis Police Work With Local FBI to Prevent Terrorist AttacksDotson says his department is in constant touch with the FBI's Fusion Center in St. Louis to make sure there are no active threats on this area.
MLB Commissioner Hopes FBI Investigation of Cardinals Ends in OffseasonThe U.S. Attorney's office in Houston tells us there is no new information they can give us at this time.

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