US Attorney Robert Hur Announces Establishment Of MS-13 Information HotlineLaw enforcement is asking for tips about the MS-13 Gang. 
'The Audience That Tunes In Is Very Smart': Actor Jeremy Sisto On CBS's 'FBI' & 'Clueless'The actor shares the best parts of being on the CBS hit drama and life in Hollywood.
'We Are Really Finding Our Groove Now': Missy Peregrym On CBS's 'FBI', Dick Wolf, Jeff BridgesMissy discusses her leading role on the hit CBS drama and working with Jeff Bridges.
Officials Rule Out Tainted Alcohol After Deaths Of 3 Dominican Republic TouristsThe U.S. Department of State has ruled out tainted alcohol in three Dominican Republic tourists' deaths, according to reports. 
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'I Can't Believe I Get To Be One Of The First Protagonist Arab Muslims': Zeeko Zaki On CBS' 'FBI' & Dick WolfThe star of CBS's hit drama discusses the new season of the show and what it means to be an Egyptian man in a leading role.
Complaint: Maryland Man Threatened 'Racial War' Against Hispanics In FloridaAn FBI complaint in Miami says Lin sent messages via Facebook between May and August to a Hispanic woman he knows, threatening her and her family, expressing support for Adolf Hitler and calling for the extermination of Spanish-speaking people and other ethnic groups.
Local, Federal Officials Announce Details Of Significant Crime Crackdown In BaltimoreMaryland's U.S. Attorney Robert Hur Thursday announced a significant crime crackdown in Baltimore in recent weeks.
Akia Eggleston Went Missing 2 Years Ago, Her Father Is Begging For Officials To Do More In Their Search EffortsIt's been two years since Akia Eggleston, who was eight months pregnant, disappeared just days before her baby shower.
New Pictures Show Suspects In Brutal Attack On Police Employee, Advocates Want Hate Crime InvestigationA number of groups are offering a combined $34,000 reward for information about a brazen attack on a Baltimore Police Department civilian employee attacked near the Inner Harbor.
FBI Says Ransomware Victims Shouldn't Pay, Instead Protect Their SystemsThe computer systems at more than a half dozen cities and public services across the country have been hit by ransomware this year. Baltimore is one of them. That attack could end up costing the city more than $18 million.