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Coast Guard will begin an annual two-week helicopter proficiency exercise Monday, and residents living near Torrance's airport likely will bear the brunt of it. "We know this is a sensitive issue for the residents of Torrance and Lomita," said Cmdr.
A whale was spotted near San Francisco's Pier 39 on Thursday afternoon, according to U.S...The whale was traveling east in the San Francisco Bay when it was seen around 3:30 p.m. Coast Guard officials said a whale sighting in the Bay is fairly common
The electric utility company, based in Akron, Ohio, announced earlier this week it will ship "coal combustion by-products" produced by the Bruce Mansfield power plant in Shippingport, Beaver County, to an existing unlined ash disposal site in LaBelle,
Katz After two and one-half years in Haiti, Jonathan Katz was preparing to leave the impoverished but endlessly intriguing nation in January 2010...Then, a massive earthquake ripped apart his house, his plans and the lives of Haitians all around him.
The crew of the Coast Guard Cutter Sapelo Saturday night interdicted 1.3 tons of cocaine off the coast of Bani, in the Dominican southern region, with a wholesale value of more than US$34 million. While on a routine patrol, a deployed Coast Guard Air
Friday, Jan. 18, 2013 Petty Officer 2nd Class Pamela J In this image provided by the Coast Guard, damage is seen to the tanker Overseas Reymar following a collision with tower six of the San Francisco Bay Bridge, Monday, Jan. 7, 2013. The empty oil
Before shale drilling became a huge craze in the late 2000s the Arctic was supposed to be the next oil frontier...Geological Survey found that the Arctic holds about 90 billion barrels of oil, enough to feed the world's thirst for oil for about three
Prime military health care system, a move that could impact some 2,500 military retirees and family members in Southern Oregon. Prime beneficiaries along the Interstate 5 corridor in Oregon, according to U.S...Moreover, it would eliminate service to
Farriella for New York Daily News Former Coast Guard member Edgard Ruiz in his Woodhaven home with some of his several medals and ribbons. Ruiz is disputing the termination of his active duty pay because he claims that he was denied medical
Forty-six Cuban migrants have been returned to their home country, the U.S...The Seventh Coast Guard District prosecuted four Cuban migration cases resulting in 46 interdicted migrants being repatriated to Bahia de Cabanas, the Coast Guard said