Reward Offered In Theft Of Guns From Locked FBI Car In BeniciaA reward of up to $5,000 is being offered by authorities for information leading to the arrest of anyone involved in the theft of handguns and other items stolen early Friday from a locked FBI vehicle in Benicia.
Free, Open Wi-Fi At Super Bowl 50 Creates Likelihood Of Cyber ThreatsThe free high-speed wireless Internet at Super Bowl 50 events are "very likely" to attract "significant cyber threats" for Super Bowl 50 fans, according to the FBI's cyber threat assessment.
FBI Sets Up Command Post For Super Bowl 50A high-tech command post housed in a non-descript building, not far from Levi's stadium, will serve the efforts of hundreds of FBI agents, analysts and local law enforcement officers during Super Bowl 50 festivities.
Former SF City Hall Insiders Turn Themselves In On Corruption ChargesThree San Francisco insiders charged Friday with taking contributions from undercover FBI agents in return for political access and favors have surrendered to the sheriff's department and could be arraigned later this week.
FBI Brings Saratoga ‘Jane Doe’ Homicide Victim Back From GraveUsing high tech forensic imagery, the FBI has recreated the likeness of a young female homicide victim whose body was discovered near a rural Santa Clara County road back in December of 2014.
FBI Searches For ‘Hefty Heister’ Serial Bank RobberThe FBI sought the public’s help Friday in identifying a bank robbery suspect nicknamed the ‘Hefty Heister’ in connection with eight bank robberies in seven Northern California cities.
FBI Cracks Down On Super Bowl Sex TraffickingFor the first time in its efforts to crack down on sex trafficking during the Super Bowl, the FBI will try to reach out to women and girls selling sex in the run-up to the game to give them a way out and get them to turn against their traffickers.
FBI Says Refugees Used Social Media To Plan Fight In SyriaAn Iraqi man bragged about his experience fighting in Syria and the skills he developed as a teenage insurgent as he urged a fellow Iraqi refugee in the U.S. to join him in what both hoped would be martyrdom, according to documents filed in federal court.
Prosecutor Calls Chow A 'Ruthless Thug' In Closing ArgumentsRaymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow, the leader of a Chinatown fraternal association, was described as a "ruthless, opportunistic, ego-driven thug" by a prosecutor during closing arguments Monday.
FBI: White Powder Sent To Santa Clara Muslim Group Not HazardousThe letter sent on Dec. 10 to the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations contained a powder that prompted evacuations.
Former Secret Service Agent Sentenced In Silk Road RipoffA former U.S. Secret Service agent who stole $820,000 worth of bitcoin from the Silk Road online black market while investigating has been sentenced to five years and 11 months in federal prison.
FBI: San Bernardino Terrorists Visited Shooting RangeThe shooters in the San Bernardino terror attack had participated in target practices, including once within days of the attack that killed 14 people, federal authorities announced Monday.

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