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  • Two injured sailors rescued from yacht off San Francisco coast

     
    Braving waves that at times reached 20 feet, U.S. Coast Guard boats were able to reach a 67-foot yacht hundreds of miles off the San Francisco coast Sunday and rescue two injured sailors. A large wave had apparently caused the......
  • Three victims from capsized boat off Santa Cruz Island identified

     
    The Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Department has identified three men whose bodies were recovered after their boat capsized near Santa Cruz Island, while divers continued searching for a fourth man. The men are Sieng Sophorn Bun, 37, of Oxnard, Edgar.......
  • Sunken WWII boat mystery: Where did 3 million gallons of oil go?

     
    It was just after sunrise on Dec. 23, 1941, when the tanker Montebello was hit by a torpedo from a Japanese submarine just off the Central California coast, taking 3 million gallons of crude oil with it as it sank.......
  • Coast Guard: Shipping lanes need to be moved to protect whales

     
    The U.S. Coast Guard has recommended shifting the shipping lanes in the Santa Barbara Channel to move cargo ships out of the way of whales feeding in the Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary. A proposal published Tuesday would narrow the......
  • Coast Guard saves 77-year-old woman on cruise ship off San Diego

     
    A 77-year-old woman showing signs of a stroke was evacuated from a cruise ship by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter dispatched from San Diego....
  • U.S. Coast Guard rescues men who'd been adrift for 33 days

     
    Just another day on the job for the U.S. Coast Guard: The Coast Guard has rescued two men who were adrift in the ocean for 33 days in the middle of the Pacific Ocean; the men made their way to an atoll, where they were spotted and saved....
  • 4 boaters rescued from sinking vessel off San Pedro

     
    Four people who were bobbing in the ocean about six miles off Point Fermin in San Pedro were rescued Thursday afternoon in an operation that relied on quick coordination between private and military vessels, officials said. The U.S. Coast Guard......
  • Two aboard sinking craft rescued southwest of San Diego

     
    Two U.S. citizens aboard a personal watercraft in danger of sinking near the Coronado Islands were rescued Tuesday morning by good Samaritans and the U.S. Coast Guard. The two were aboard the craft about 13 miles southwest of San Diego.......
  • Swimmer still missing off Seal Beach as big surf hits coast

     
    A swimmer was still missing late Wednesday off Seal Beach as a helicopter continued to search area waters, officials said. The swimmer, a man believed to be in his early 20s, was last seen about 200 yards offshore in the......
  • 9/11 anniversary: Police boost security at Port of Los Angeles

     
    As a precaution during the 10th anniversary of Sept. 11, police at the Port of Los Angeles said Sunday they have stepped up patrols both on land and water. “Given the significance of the week leading into 9/11, we have......
  • $44.4-million settlement reached in San Francisco Bay oil spill

     
    Local, state and federal officials on Monday announced a $44.4-million civil settlement with the owners and operators of a container ship that spilled 53,000 gallons of oil into San Francisco Bay after striking a tower of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay...