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Tar mats photographed on the beach at Elmer's Island in September 2012, a few days after Hurricane Isaac.
5 hrs ago | WKYC-TV Cleveland
The Coast Guard has deployed a cutter from the East Coast and Cleveland is its home port.
6 hrs ago | Stars and Stripes
The federal government is putting a former Coast Guard cutter up for auction after efforts to send it to a museum in Juneau failed.
10 hrs ago | Peninsula Daily News
Craig Callens, deputy commissioner of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police "E" Division, and Rear Adm.
14 hrs ago | MLive.com
One person is dead and two others are being treated on shore after leaving for a fishing trip in the Saginaw Bay and not returning to shore on time.
16 hrs ago | Navy Times
Army football fans won't have to wait until fall to see if they can break their long dry spell in... The Coast Guard and China have made inroads and will continue to do so, Commandant Adm.
Up and down Federal Street, pink ribbons are now wrapped around trees, poles and cars.
Indiana officials say a substance found floating on Lake Michigan that led to beach closures is made at a nearby plant shipped out on barges.
The Obama administration on Tuesday asked a federal judge in Washington to throw out a three-year-old lawsuit by the owners of the Ambassador Bridge that seeks to compel the Coast Guard to grant it a permit to build a second bridge and block a new government-owned Detroit River crossing.
UPDATED 6/17 @ 2:00PM: Toledo Police Department, FBI, and US Coast Guard officials this afternoon are searching a segment of the Maumee River for 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth, now missing for more than two weeks.
Travelers can expect detours and delays on Tuesday as state highway officials conduct scheduled operations on two interstates throughout the day.
The Coast Guard is exercising a $76.8 million contract option for another cutter to be built by Huntington Ingalls in Pascagoula.
The search boast spent five hours on the water near the Anthony Wayne Bridge, known as the High Level Bridge, as fishermen somberly looked on.
St. Petersburg, Florida - The U.S. Coast Guard's only tall ship is docked at the Port of St. Petersburg this weekend.
A beachcomber called 911 after finding the body about one mile north of Copalis Beach near Iron Springs.
The cutter Storis was listed for auction last week on the General Services Commission website at an opening bid of $60,000, KMXT reported .
Officials with the US Coast Guard in Clearwater are reminding everyone who goes on the water to make sure they have a plan in place.