FBI Celebrates Anniversary of First Females AgentsThe FBI is celebrating its 45th anniversary of the first women agents of the modern FBI and St. Louis has a distinct connection
Trump Condemns KKK, Neo-Nazis, White Supremacists As 'Criminals'President Donald Trump made a statement on the weekend's protesting and riots in Charlottesville.
St. Louis Police and FBI Form Task Force to Combat CarjackingsAgents and electronic surveillance brought in to help end crime spree.
FBI Release New Information on Congressional ShooterFBI Special Agent Timothy Slater says Hodgkinson had a list, with six names of members of Congress.
FBI Task Force Fights Violence in St. LouisThe head of the FBI says that Washington hasn't forgotten St. Louis.
Local Agencies Work Together in Effort to Target CrimeSt. Louis was not among a dozen cities picked by the Justice Department for a new crime reduction program, but the head of the FBI here says that doesn't mean Washington D.C. has forgotten the city.
FBI Concerned for St. Louis City PoliceThe funding shortfall on the St. Louis Police Department and the shortage of officers is a cause of concern for the local head of the FBI.
Trump Offers New Angle in Comey DismissalPresident Trump has introduced a new rationale for firing FBI Director James Comey.
Missouri Sheriff in Office While Facing 18 ChargesAllegedly he handcuffed an innocent 77-year-old woman with so much force that she suffered a heart attack.
FBI Probing Possible Links Between Russia, Trump AssociatesThe extraordinary revelation, and the first public confirmation of an investigation that began last summer, came at the outset of Comey's opening statement in a congressional hearing examining Russian meddling and possible connections between Moscow and Trump's campaign.
Missouri Man Charged with Trying to Plan Terrorist AttackA Missouri native who said he wanted to participate in a terrorist attack that would cause many deaths and injuries is charged with helping plan a Presidents Day attack on buses, trains and a train station in Kansas City.
St. Louis Public Libraries Victims of RansomwareIt affects 700 public computers in the 16 locations. Access to the computers has been frozen.