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Personnel with the United States Coast Guard are currently searching the Delaware River for a man who was reportedly ejected from his personal watercraft Friday afternoon.
It has been more than a month since the ice covering the Great Lakes reached near-record highs, but the amount remaining could have major impacts on the environment in the months and years ahead, according to The Huffington Post.
A busy tourist season is to blame for increased traffic and congestion at both approaches to Snake Creek.
A Coast Guard cutter is heading back to Virginia waters after intercepting more than $100 million in cocaine in the Caribbean.
The Coast Guard is warning boaters that despite the warmer weather, Lake Erie is still very cold.
The operator of a cabin cruiser that rammed and killed a man on a smaller fishing boat in a San Francisco Bay accident near Brisbane was convicted Thursday of two misdemeanors.
Ohio authorities have identified a teenage girl and a woman whose bodies were recovered in western Lake Erie near where their partially submerged boat was found.
Boat fire put out by U.S. Coast Guard, no one injured on firstcoastnews.com: http://www.firstcoastnews.com/story/news/local/beaches/2014/04/17/coast-guard-responds-boat-fire/7818179/ A Coast Guard boatcrew from Station Mayport, Fla., assisted two men and a dog after the men reported their 33-foot sport fisher Day Tripper may have caught fire, ... (more)
The fire disabled the boat which, was carrying two men and a dog, according to a release from the United States Coast Guard.
U.S. Coast Guard crews are searching for at least three fishermen who went missing on Lake Erie near Put-in-Bay.
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The bow of an Aquasport boat shows damage from a Sunday collision on the water near the Lorelei Cabana Bar in Islamorada.
Text messages are being released on the first SOS messages from the passengers of the sinking South Korean ferry.
WASHINGTON a?? Even before the South Korea ferry disaster Wednesday, maritime accidents were a major concern for U.S. safety advocates.
The owner of an offshore drilling rig is waiting for weather off the Texas coast to improve to assess damage to the rig after it was struck by a large storm wave.
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