US Coast Guard Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. Oil globs close Los Angeles-area beaches to swimmingRead the original story

    Thursday | WAFF-TV Huntsville

    Popular beaches along nearly 7 miles of Los Angeles-area coastline were off-limits to surfing and swimming Thursday as scientists looked for the source of globs of tar that washed ashore. The sand and surf on south Santa Monica Bay appeared virtually free of oil after an overnight cleanup, but officials weren't sure if more tar would show up.

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  2. Coast Guard rescues ill man from Marthaa s VineyardRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Cape Cod Times

    A 68-year-old man who became ill on Martha's Vineyard was flown off the island to a Boston hospital early this morning by a U.S. Coast Guard air crew. The Coast Guard 1st District Command Center was notified at midnight by Martha's Vineyard Hospital that the man had internal bleeding and needed immediate transportation to a mainland medical facility, according to the Coast Guard.

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  3. Beach Tar Ball Cleanup to Continue Into WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | NBC Los Angeles

    Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo beaches remained closed Thursday after tar-like globs ranging from the size of golf balls to footballs began washing ashore. Hetty Chang reports for the NBC4 News at Noon on Thursday May 28, 2015.

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  4. U.S.C.G. and Lockheed Martin ink $72 million contractRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    Lockheed Martin has signed a contract to provide the command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance system for the United States Coast Guard's eighth National Security Cutter. The C4ISR system offers various capabilities, including real-time situational awareness that allows Coast Guard crews to assist other vessels in distress as well as the ability to track and engage other vessels if necessary.

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  5. Long-time officer named police chief in NewarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Columbus Dispatch

    NEWARK, Ohio The man who has been serving as Newark's interim police chief for nearly three months was officially given the job yesterday. Mayor Jeff Hall announced that Barry Connell, a 25-year veteran with the force, will be sworn in as Newark's next police chief in a ceremony before Monday's city council meeting.

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  6. South Bay beaches remain closed as officials investigate source of apparent oil spillRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | San Gabriel Valley Tribune

    As a cleanup worker picks up oily tar from the sand at Manhattan Beach Thursday, May 28, 2015, surfer Alan Chalk saw no reason to stop his activity because he saw no oil in the water. A 9-mile stretch of the South Bay coastline remains closed today as officials attempt to identify and clean up the large globs of tar that washed ashore Wednesday, coating the area's most popular beaches.

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  7. U. S. Coast Guard apprehend freighter with drug cargoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Examiner.com

    Thirteen thousand pounds of marijuana inside the cargo freighter Caribbean Soul were offloaded in Ponce, Puerto Rico, May 17, 2015. The U. S Coast Guard News reported yesterday that the Coast Guard, the Royal Netherlands Navy and U. S. law enforcement agencies formed a partnership for an international operation in the Caribbean Sea, dubbed Operation Caribbean Venture, in May to put down a drug smuggling operation.

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  8. Mysterious globs of oily goo close 7 miles of Los Angeles beachesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KSBW-TV

    Cleanup along a stretch of Southern California coastline is expected to take at least five days after a mysterious tar-like goo forced the closure of several South Bay beaches. Manhattan, Hermosa and Redondo beaches remained closed Thursday after the patties of petroleum -- ranging from the size of golf balls to football -- began washing ashore Wednesday along a six-mile stretch of coastline.

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  9. L.A. beach gooRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Inside Bay Area

    Nearly 7 miles of Los Angeles-area coastline was closed to beachgoers Thursday as scientists investigated mysterious balls of tar washing ashore. Officials said it appeared to be about a barrel or two of oil -- nothing like the pipeline spill that created a 10-square-mile slick off the Santa Barbara County coast last week and killed some 16 birds and nine marine mammals.

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  10. Oily Substance on California Beach Prompts Officials to Close CoastlineRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | KRVN-AM Lexington

    The tar-like material began appearing Wednesday afternoon and spread out across 6.5 miles of coastline, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. The source of the material is not yet known.

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  11. Hyde Marine to Present on BWTS at Nor-ShippingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Marine News

    Company to Share Seamless Integration of Ballast Water Treatment System ; Experience in Retrofits for Small Footprint Installations at Nor-Shipping Maritime Environmental & Efficiency Management Seminar Hyde Marine, Inc., announced it will attend Nor-Shipping 2015, June 2-5, held at the Norges Varemesse in Oslo, Norway.

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  12. USCG begins inspection on Victory II Cruise CasinoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTLV

    A local cruise casino is hoping to pass a federal inspection on Thursday so it can reopen by the weekend. USCG begins inspection on Victory II Cruise Casino JACKSONVILLE, Fla.

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  13. Migrants intercepted off Key Biscayne expected to return to CubaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Local10.com

    TONGEN, LOCAL 10 NEWS. TODD THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR BRINGING US THAT. A COAST GUARD PICKED UP A GROUP OF MIGRANTS VERY CLOSE TO THE SHORE.

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  14. Manhattan Beach coastline closed to public as authorities investigate oil-like substanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday May 27 | The Daily Breeze

    Along the Manhattan Beach coastline, globs of oil tar began washing up on the beach Wednesday afternoon. The beach was closed while cleanup and hazmat response crews showed up to begin dealing with the globs.

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  15. Hearing set on lawsuit to restore cross to Grand Haven's Dewey HillRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2014 | MLive.com

    A hearing is scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday, May 28, on an anonymous group's lawsuit seeking to force the city of Grand Haven to restore a 48-foot-tall Christian cross to a pole on the city-owned Dewey Hill sand dune. A group calling itself Citizens of Grand Haven claims that the cross removal violates the Michigan constitution and the state's Civil Rights Act because it allegedly "constitutes an action regulating speech in a traditional public free speech forum and discriminates on the sole basis of religion."

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  16. Officials unsure if oil near Los Angeles related to last week's spill further northRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | UPI

    Health officials in California have shut down 6.5 miles of coastline near Los Angeles after blobs of oil washed ashore Wednesday. The Los Angeles Department of Public Health closed the area from El Segundo Jetty in the north to the Redondo Beach city limit in the south -- including Manhattan beach -- due to the release of petroleum.

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  17. Lockheed Martin C4ISR system for new CG cutterRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | UPI

    The future USCGC Midgett, the eighth Legend-class National Security Cutter of the U.S. Coast Guard, is to be equipped with C4ISR systems from Lockheed Martin. The company's command, control, communications, computers, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance system will be supplied under a $72 million contract from shipbuilder Huntington Ingalls Industries.

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  18. Coast Guard investigating mysterious oil globs as Calif. beaches closeRead the original story

    Thursday | Stars and Stripes

    Nearly seven miles of Los Angeles County coastline is closed as U.S. Coast Guard scientists investigate mysterious balls of tar washing ashore. Officials say it appears to be about a barrel or two of oil - nothing like the spill from a pipeline that created a 10-square-mile slick off the Santa Barbara County coast last week.

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  19. Mysterious oil globs close 7 miles of Los Angeles-area beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Greenwich Citizen

    Nearly 7 miles of Los Angeles-area coastline was closed to beachgoers Thursday as scientists investigated mysterious balls of tar washing ashore. Officials said it appeared to be about a barrel or two of oil - nothing like the pipeline spill that created a 10-square-mile slick off the Santa Barbara County coast last week and killed some 16 birds and nine marine mammals.

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  20. Mysterious beach goo closes 7 miles of Southern California beachRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Campbell Reporter

    Nearly 7 miles of Los Angeles-area coastline was closed to beachgoers Thursday as scientists investigated mysterious balls of tar washing ashore. Officials said it appeared to be about a barrel or two of oil -- nothing like the pipeline spill that created a 10-square-mile slick off the Santa Barbara County coast last week and killed some 16 birds and nine marine mammals.

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