According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, crew members of a CBP P-3 aircraft spotted a speedboat north of Panama and alerted the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard.
50-year-old David Lashley was living under the alias Welsly Byrd after an alleged connection to the disappearance of a houseboat in an attempt to fake his own death in Florida.
Newly graduated United States Coast Guard ensigns divest themselves of their cadet insignia by tossing caps and shoulder boards into the air at the conclusion of the 132nd Commencement at the United States Coast Guard Academy Wednesday, May 22, 2013.
The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission and Keepers of the North Head Lighthouse invite the public to attend the 115th anniversary of the North Head Lighthouse at Cape Disappointment State Park in Ilwaco.
Jay Wesley Rydberg, 40, has been living on a sailboat for the past year in Key West's Garrison Bight Marina, according to reports from the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
Since more Coast Guard ships and planes are operating in the Arctic, Adm. Robert J. Papp Jr.
Last weekend's extensive, 12-hour search for a New Bedford chiropractor could cost between $100,000 and $200,000, police said.
The Lagoon Bridge, now under construction near Kentucky Lake, is the first phase of the replacement for the Eggners Ferry Bridge over the Tennessee River.
Fifty-year-old David Leon Lashley was arrested Monday in the Clark area near the Montana border by U.S. Marshals and U.S. Coast Guard investigators.
The landmark lighthouses that sit along Grand Haven's south pier and state park will receive a long-awaited restoration this spring after a lengthy process that began more than three years ago.
Norman "Buddy" Custard, Shell Alaska's emergency response coordinator, was the first witness at a Coast Guard marine casualty investigation hearing that will review the grounding of the Kulluk, a 266-foot diameter drilling barge that Shell used last year to drill in the Beaufort Sea off Alaska's north coast.
A jet-boater takes a turn in the St. Joe River, near St. Maries, as the annual races took place over the weekend, as a result of last-minute pressure on the U.S. Coast Guard by Gov.
First responders and emergency crews were dispatched to a 'fake gunman.' They responded on the water and in the air.
No longer needed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the historic Superior Harbor South Breakwater lighthouse is being offered free to any eligible entity for educational, recreational, cultural or historic preservation purposes.
No longer needed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the lighthouse is being offered to any eligible group that would use it - and pay for its upkeep - for education, recreational, cultural or historic preservation purposes.