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A foreign ship operator has agreed to pay a $1.5 million fine after the vessel's engineers allegedly dumped oily water into the sea and used f…
In a nearly 20-year-long long effort to recognize the crew of the USS Tampa, several families, including the descendants of the lone African-American member from South Carolina, will be handed the Purple Heart in Washington D.C. next month.
The Horne boys from Johns Island spent their spring break with their mom, Rachel, in California.
Unlike other military personnel, Coast Guard members aren't getting paid during the shutdown – even though they are still on duty.
A Charleston Coast Guard officer has been reprimanded for intentionally flashing a hand gesture on live TV last year that he knew was associated with white supremacy.
Only some of the estimated 50,000 federal employees in South Carolina will be affected if there's a partial government shutdown.
Two of the five Lowcountry residents aboard a small plane that disappeared off Charleston's coast last week are remembered as avid outdoorsmen — one a private pilot, and the other a sport fishing captain.
A Coast Guard rescue helicopter takes off Oct. 27, 2018, from the North Charleston-based Cutter Hamilton during search for a downed civilian a…
crew members of the North Charleston-based Coast Guard Cutter Hamilton search for a downed civilian airplane Oct. 27, 2018, about 110 miles ea…
The Coast Guard searched more than 3,500 square miles of ocean but couldn't find the small airplane that went down 100 miles off Charleston.