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2 hrs ago | UnionLeader.com
A 600-foot oil tanker struck a pier on the Memorial Bridge before sunrise Friday, but engineers reported no structural damage.
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6 hrs ago | The Miami Herald
An assignment to a Hawaii-based cutter that conducts migrant interdiction operations has special meaning for U.S. Coast Guard Academy cadet Marlon Camejo.
10 hrs ago | WVEC-TV Norfolk
The crew of the Portsmouth-based Coast Guard Cutter Forward is scheduled to return to homeport on Sunday following a 63-day patrol aboard Coast Guard Cutter Escanaba in support of Operation Unified Resolve.
15 hrs ago | WINK-TV Fort Myers
The family of a 21-year-old Rice University student who went missing while in Panama City Beach on spring break is asking the public to continue looking for him.
President Obama's 2015 budget would reduce overall Homeland Security funding by nearly 3 percent but spend more on some of the department's most expensive agencies.
The Lake Erie Islands have been surrounded by ice since the middle of December, and that means the only way the islanders can get back to the mainland is through air travel.
A California woman who set out to sea in an inflatable dinghy to watch the sunset, spent about 15 hours clinging to the raft after it began taking on water in frigid Monterey Bay, before the U.S. Coast Guard plucked her to safety on Thursday.
Kentucky transportation officials are suing seven members of the crew of a cargo ship that struck and collapsed part of a bridge over the Tennessee River two years ago, causing millions in damage and diverting traffic for four months.
The state Transportation Cabinet says in a lawsuit moved to federal court this week that it spent at least $7 million to repair the Eggner's Ferry Bridge after the Delta Mariner struck it on Jan. 26, 2012.
A dog rescued from ice on Lake St. Clair by a U.S. Coast Guard crew has been reunited with his owners.
Some of the officers who command major cutters for the U.S. Coast Guard are meeting this week at the Coast Guard Academy in New London About 50 commanders and officers who will take command of some of the cutters this summer met Wednesday in groups to discuss sexual assault prevention, readiness issues and development of junior officers.
From the bridge of the Coast Guard cutter Mackinaw, northern Lake Huron looks like a vast, snow-covered field dotted with ice slabs as big as boulders -- a battleground for the icebreaker's 58-member crew during one of the roughest winters in memory.
Two Coast Guard petty officers were lauded by Clallam County officials Tuesday for being named 2013 enlisted persons of the year.
Techno-Sciences, Inc. today announced the successful installation of the second COSPAS-SARSAT Medium Earth Orbit Search and Rescue satellite Ground Station for the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration , the U.S. government agency responsible for the U.S. SARSAT program.
LANSING, Mich. Up to 150 workers at McLaren hospital could have their jobs outsourced if contract negotiations with a local union fall through.
Bridge openings questioned Frustration over traffic congestion on Longboat Key has commissioners questioning whether the island's two bridges are operating properly and opening and closing at the proper times.