Coast Guard

Coast Guard Icebreaker Back After Pioneering North Pole TripA U.S. polar icebreaker has returned to Seattle after cutting its way to the North Pole in support of a mission to study the health of the Arctic Ocean.
Coast Guard Suspends Search For Owner Of Boat Found AdriftThe Coast Guard has suspended the search for a 54-year-old man whose empty boat was found adrift near Bainbridge Island.
Coast Guard Rescues 4 From Grounded Washington BoatThe Coast Guard says one of its helicopters has rescued four people
Coast Guard: Man Who Jumped Off Ferry Fined $5,000The Coast Guard has issued a $5,000 fine to a man who intentionally jumped overboard from a Washington state ferry before the vessel left the Bremerton, Washington, ferry terminal.
Rescued Sea Turtle Sent Back To CaliforniaAt least five other turtle caught in cold currents this winter were stranded and died on the coast of Washington and Oregon
With Sea Ice Melting, Coast Guard Proposing New Shipping Lanes To The ArcticAs global warming causes Arctic ice to melt, the Coast Guard is working on creating new shipping lanes so vessels can safely travel through the now open waters.
Mom Accused Of Throwing 6-Year-Old Son Off BridgeThe woman who said she threw her 6-year-old son off a historic bridge in the coastal Oregon city of Newport has been arrested on murder and manslaughter charges.
Oregon Beachgoers Form Human Chain To Rescue SwimmerRescuers pulled a struggling swimmer to shore by forming a human chain after she and seven others were stranded on a rocky outcropping during high tide.
Coast Guard: Vessel Runs Aground Near BrinnonThe Coast Guard says a 65-foot vessel ran aground while being towed near Brinnon with up to 500 gallons of diesel fuel aboard.
Alaska Man Gets 4 Life Terms In Coast Guard Deaths An Alaska man was sentenced Tuesday to four consecutive life terms in the 2012 shooting deaths of two co-workers at a Coast Guard communications station that mystified an island community for nearly a year before an arrest was made.
Coast Guard Rescues Kayakers In Rosario Strait Acting on a tip from a tugboat, a Coast Guard crew has rescued three kayakers who ran into trouble in Rosario Strait west of Anacortes, Washington.
State Fines Owner Of Derelict Barge For Oil SpillWashington state regulators on Monday fined the owner of a derelict barge for spilling oil into the Columbia River near Camas during an illegal salvage operation in 2011.

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