Coast Guard Reminds Boaters Life Jackets Save LivesWith a hot Memorial Day weekend predicted, Coast Guard and other officials are reminding boaters to wear life jackets while on the water.
Several Cuban Migrant Identities Revealed As They Await DecisionA group of 19 Cuban migrants that were in a standoff with the Coast Guard at a lighthouse off the Florida Keys are still waiting to hear whether they’ll be able to remain in the U.S. or be sent back to Cuba.
Cuban Migrants Still Aboard Coast Guard Cutter, Awaiting AnswersQuestions remain for the 19 Cuban migrants caught hanging out on the American Shoal Lighthouse about five miles off Sugarloaf Key.
New Hearings Into Sinking Of El Faro FreighterThe U.S. Coast Guard's Marine Board of Investigation and the National Transportation Safety Board will begin a second round of investigative hearings Monday into the sinking of the freighter El Faro.
Fleet Week Gets Underway At Port EvergladesFt. Lauderdale's annual Fleet Week got underway Monday morning with the arrival of some of the U.S. Navy's finest at Port Everglades.
Coast Guard Shows Off $10 Million In Seized Illegal DrugsThe crew of the U.S. Coast Guard cutter Dependable is showing off more than $10 million of illegal drugs that they've seized during three operations in the last week.
Bodies Of Missing Boaters Found In St. Lucie InletA day out on the boat came to a tragic end for a Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy and three of his family members including his own son.
Search Called Off For Passenger Who Fell From Cruise ShipThe U.S. Coast Guard has cancelled the search for a man believed to have fallen off of a cruise ship near the Florida Keys.
Coast Guard Ends Search For Missing Cuban MigrantThe search for a Cuban migrant who went missing in the waters off Key West has been called off.
Dramatic Rescue Off Lauderdale After Mega-Yacht SinksMore than a dozen people were rescued after a mega-yacht went down off the coast of Ft. Lauderdale.
13 Rescued From Sinking Mega-Yacht Off Fort Lauderdale's CoastThe United States Coast Guard said 13 people were rescued from a 106-foot yacht that sank in the waters off Fort Lauderdale Monday evening.
Coast Guard: Cuban Refugees Becoming ViolentFearing that there will soon be changes to America's "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy, there has been a surge in Cuban refugees desperately trying to make it to this country.

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