U.S. Coast Guard
A 92- year old World War II veteran received his long awaited medals on Wednesday for his service in the armed forces.
It has been a busy week for the U.S. Coast Guard battling illegal migration as more than 200 people were rescued and repatriated.
Twelve Cuban migrants were rescued after their boat sank in the Caribbean Sea Thursday.
Dozens of Cuban migrants on an overloaded vessel that was sinking got a free ride on the Carnival Ecstasy Tuesday evening after the cruise ship spotted the troubled boat.
Fire boats and divers searched the waters off Key Biscayne Saturday morning after a boater reported three people missing.
An effort to impose minimum regulations on the parasailing industry, aided by video of a ghastly accident last summer that went viral on the Internet, is starting to get off the ground in the state Legislature.
The U.S. Coast Guard is working on a possible cargo ship fire off the coast of Key Largo.
Local Coast Guardsmen prepared and cooked lunch for Miami’s homeless community Friday to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day which is coming up Monday.
Don’t risk your lives trying to escape Haiti. That’s the message from the U.S. Coast Guard which is urging Haitians not to attempt risky sea voyages to escape their Caribbean homeland.
Multiple people are dead and a hundred Haitian migrants are in the water near the Bahamas after a boat capsized late Monday night.