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1 hr ago | The Florida Times-Union
Stephens' vehicle was rear-ended with its hood up on top of the Mathews Bridge Friday and his body was found in the Trout River by a fisherman Monday.
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3 hrs ago | WWTC-AM Eagan
BP says the U.S. Coast Guard on Tuesday ended patrols and operations related to the four-year active cleanup following the massive Gulf oil spill.
6 hrs ago | Tri-County News
Emergency crews are searching the Ohio River for an SUV that was spotted floating in the water early Tuesday morning.
6 hrs ago | Tri-County News
The sighting touched off a major emergency response to the riverbank around 7:30 a.m. just north of Riverfront Park in Point Pleasant, just above the railroad bridge.
8 hrs ago | Anna Maria Islander Newspaper
Around 3:20 p.m., the U.S. Coast Guard at Station Cortez received a report of a person in the water and an overturned vessel in the Gulf of Mexico around the 5100 block of Gulf of Mexico Drive, Longboat Key.
13 hrs ago | WHAS11
The U.S. Coast Guard launched a search and rescue mission today near Floridana Beach, Fla., after a mysterious raft washed ashore this morning full of personal items.
15 hrs ago | Norwalk Citizen News
As commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr. has made it a priority to develop a national museum dedicated to the maritime service.
16 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
The United States Coast Guard cutter Legare pulled into base Miami Beach Tuesday to offload 3,300 kilos of cocaine -- worth $110 million in wholesale value -- recovered in two separate cases in Souwestern Caribbean waters.
19 hrs ago | New York Business.com
In late 2006, a U.S. Coast Guard pilot named Nelson Brandt was invited for dinner at the home of someone who had once been one of the city's most successful retailers, Nobody Beats the Wiz co-founder Marvin Jemal.
Crew members of the cutter Sitkinak offload 2,500 pounds of cocaine Jan. 28 in Miami.
Didi Fung, a contractor for the Environmental Protection Agency, collects water samples from the Dan River as state and federal environmental officials continued their investigations of a spill of coal ash into the Dan River in Eden, N.C., Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014.
Petty Officer 3rd Class David Froehlich, of Coast Guard Air Station Atlantic City, deploys from an MH-65 Dolphin helicopter Monday.
Coast Guard auxiliary member Steven Riddell, right, of Fort Collins discusses a training scenario with fellow volunteer Carl Koonsman, left, of Denver, as auxiliary memers from three states met this past wekend in Grand Junction.
The 140 foot cutter Neah Bay had planned to begin work tomorrow, but they've had a change of plans.
The U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Stratton returned home to Alameda on Sunday after a 97-day deployment in the Eastern Pacific Ocean, where its crew seized about 500 kilograms and disrupted 1,650 kilograms of cocaine valued at more than $70 million.
There is now an estimate on how much it cost to rescue a San Diego family with a sick child off the coast of Mexico.