US Coast Guard
Coast Guard crews suspended their search Monday evening for two suspected migrants reportedly missing off the coast of Miami Beach.
Nearly a thousand feet of sorbent boom by clean up crews after a tug boat’s fuel tank sprung a leak.
One hundred and ten million dollars worth of cocaine will be offloaded by the U.S. Coast at their Miami Beach base Tuesday morning.
Forty million dollars worth of cocaine was offloaded by the U.S. Coast Guard Friday morning at Port Everglades.
The search resumed Tuesday for a central Florida man who went missing after he jumped off a boat to save a child.
Migrant rafters rescued by two cruise ships off the Florida Keys were interviewed by the U.S. Coast Guard on Saturday afternoon.
The US Coast Guard and Bahamian officials are searching for any survivors from a small plane that crashed Monday near the islands as it traveled to Daytona Beach.
More than 3,800 pounds of cocaine seized by the U.S. Coast in three different interdictions were offloaded Friday at the guard’s base in Miami Beach.
The mysterious object in the water which prompted evacuations at John U. Lloyd State Park Thursday afternoon is a harmless training device.
A Coast Guard helicopter and fixed-wing aircrew medically evacuated a 55-year-old women from a cruise ship Friday, approximately 57 miles north east of Nassau, Bahamas.