U.S. Coast Guard

Law Enforcement In Full Force For Columbus Day WeekendLocal law enforcement will be in full force on the water for Columbus Day weekend, considered the most dangerous weekend of the year for boating.
Body, Boat Found From Missing Cargo ShipThe U.S. Coast Guard searched through the night for any sign of a cargo ship, or its crew, which disappeared last week when it crossed paths with Hurricane Joaquin.
Debris Spotted As Crews Search For Ship Lost Off BahamasRescuers spotted floating debris and an oil sheen Sunday as U.S. crews continue an intensive search off the southeastern Bahamas for a U.S. cargo ship with 33 people on board.
Homeland Security Taking To The Sky In Drug Smuggling FightAuthorities are taking to the sky in an effort to stop the increasing flow of drugs through the Caribbean Sea.
Fire Breaks Out On Carnival Cruise Lines ShipPassengers and crew were evacuated from a Carnival Cruise Lines ship after a fire broke out Monday.
Families Of Missing Teen Boaters Make Difficult Decision To End SearchThe long search for two missing teen boaters is being brought to an end.
South Florida Family Rescued At Sea After Run-In With Wicked WeatherWhat one family thought would be a leisurely sail from South Florida to the Carolinas turned out to be anything but when wild weather left the group stranded at sea.
Preps Underway For 4th Of July Celebrations Across South FloridaPreparations are underway across South Florida for the big 4th of July holiday weekend.
Authorities To Crack Down On Unsafe Holiday BoatingAs fourth of July weekend draws closer, authorities say they will be cracking down on boaters.
Coast Guard Crew Medically Evacuates Woman From BoatA woman, who needed medical attention while on a boat, had to be medically evacuated by the United States Coast Guard crew.
Crews Cease Search For Missing Olympic SailorU.S. Coast Guard and Florida Fish and Wildlife (FWC) officers ceased their search for a missing Olympic sailor whose boat was found abandoned off Dinner Key Marina.
Coast Guard, Cuban Migrants Continue Deadly Hide-And-SeekAmid a new relationship between Cuba and the U.S., more Cubans are attempting a risky journey to U.S. shores in fear the "wet-foot, dry-foot" policy will be changed.