U.S. Coast Guard
More than 200 structures of national importance call New York Harbor home, and protecting them is a priority.
Gaze upon Weekhawken Cove and something is a little fishy, as it holds not one, but two sunken sailboats. A couple more look, well, left for dead.
Rescue crews found a dog dead inside a pickup truck that fell through the ice on a southern New Jersey waterway, but no one else was inside, police said.
Olivia Hooker was the first black woman to enlist in the U.S. Coast Guard, and this week she’s celebrating a big milestone.
Authorities on Thursday were trying to figure out what caused a two-mile-long, 400-foot-wide oil slick that was discovered near Sandy Hook Bay offshore from New Jersey.
Petty Officer Christopher Montgomery, 26, was reported missing last Thursday.
Scott Donsavage’s 15-foot vessel was found ashore in gear with no one aboard.
Nicholas Guilhote was reported missing just before noon Friday, authorities said.
The 5-foot-long reptile got entangled off Gardiners Island around 3 p.m. Sunday.
Rescue crews headed out on Monday in search of a missing canoeist in Norwalk, Connecticut.
U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) joined colleagues from Massachusetts and West Virginia Saturday, in a call to make it easier for consumers to assess the safety record of the cruise ship they are about to board.
A Coast Guard cutter was on the water Monday looking for a 26-foot sailboat off Long Island after the boater reported Sunday it was taking on water.
The deep freeze that’s settled over the Tri-State Area has left scattered sheets of ice littering the Hudson River. Breaking the ice: that’s the mission for the crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Penobscot Bay.
A tugboat sank along the Long Island shoreline for the second time in three days Wednesday.
A 125-foot deck barge washed ashore in Nassau County after the tugboat towing it off Atlantic Beach lost control in a large swell and sank, the Coast Guard said.