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Two boaters were rescued after being stranded in the water near Richmond on Tuesday evening.
A van plunged off a surface street in Alameda into the waters of the Oakland Estuary shortly after 8 a.m.
The U.S. Coast Guard called off its search Monday for a boater who went missing south of Pillar Point Harbor.
A man found dead Sunday near a spinning boat in the water south of Pillar Point Harbor has been identified.
A death investigation is underway Sunday night aboard a tanker moored off the coast of Richmond.
A U.S. Coast Guard crew rescued two women Monday afternoon after their sailboat capsized near Richmond.
The organizer of a right-wing rally at San Francisco's Crissy Field this weekend Tuesday said he expected to receive a permit from the National Park Service.
A body was recovered from Tomales Bay Saturday, and the body is believed by family and friends to be that of a missing boater, a sheriff's lieutenant confirmed today.
The search for Tomales Bay Oyster Co. owner Charles "Tod" Friend, who disappeared from his boat in Tomales Bay on Tuesday, was suspended Wednesday.
The search for a missing boater whose unmanned motorboat was located in Tomales Bay Tuesday evening could extend into the night.
Two men and a child were rescued Saturday evening from San Francisco Bay after their boat capsized.
Two adults and a child were rescued Saturday evening from San Francisco Bay.
The Coast Guard is beefing up boating safety patrols throughout the Bay Area this weekend to make sure boating under the influence laws are enforced.
A boat capsized west of the Golden Gate Bridge this afternoon, putting three people into the water and triggering a rescue operation.
The shipwreck of a historic U.S. Coast Guard cutter with ties to the Bay Area that sank at sea 100 years ago today has been located off the coast of Southern California, Coast Guard and National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration…
A man is missing after he jumped in the water Saturday near the Antioch Bridge to get a hat.
Two kite surfers were rescued from the waters off San Francisco's Candlestick Point Saturday evening after one of their kites became entangled with a buoy.
One swimmer was rescued Saturday morning from San Francisco's China Beach and another from some nearby rocks.
A sunken barge in the San Francisco Bay south of the Bay Bridge is resting on the sea floor above the Transbay Tube, however, the tube is "not impacted."
Coast Guard boat crews rescued two distressed kite boarders in two separate locations Saturday in San Francisco Bay.
A 112-foot long freight barge that capsized south of the Bay Bridge early Friday morning is leaking and has 4,000 gallons of diesel fuel on board.
The incident involved a 13-foot Boston Whaler pleasure craft with two people and two dogs on board.
Firefighters are attempting to rescue a person who got swept into the water below a cliff near San Francisco's Baker Beach Monday night.
Oakland firefighters, police and a U.S. Coast Guard crew has responded Friday morning to a vehicle that went into the Airport Channel off San Leandro Bay.
Emergency crews rescued a man Tuesday evening and are searching in the dark for second victim whose canoe capsized off the coast of Fremont.
A dead whale that washed up near the Oakland waterfront on Saturday is now tied to a pier on Angel Island.
Three people trapped by the ocean tide and steep terrain were rescued from a beach Saturday afternoon on the San Mateo County coast.
A Coast Guard crew rescued two kayakers from the water near Rodeo Beach on Sunday afternoon.
Weather related cautions for large swaths of the Northern and Central California coast prompted the U.S. Coast Guard Wednesday to remind mariners and beachgoers of basic water safety tips.
A Coast Guard crew rescued four boaters from a sinking vessel in the Sacramento River on Tuesday.
Three people were rescued from a sailboat that ran aground and began taking on water Sunday near Oakland's Middle Harbor.
A woman who apparently purposefully ran down three pedestrians, including her estranged husband, in Martinez this morning jumped to her death from the Benicia-Martinez Bridge a short time later.
A search was suspended Wednesday evening for a Chinese sailor who left San Francisco last week in a bid for a world sailing record.
A 528-foot dry dock on its way to Mexico from Seattle sank early Wednesday morning about 40 miles west of San Francisco.
The upcoming Dungeness crab season appears to be headed in a good direction, according to the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife.
A boat has been located in the San Francisco Bay after it capsized and sunk on Saturday afternoon, sending 30 people onboard into the water.