Two of the Bay Area survivors of the ill-fated tourist fishing boat that sunk in the Sea of Cortez Sunday have returned home.
Mexican authorities have agreed to extend the search for seven missing Northern California fishermen in the Sea of Cortez, whose fishing boat capsized on Sunday morning.
On Wednesday, the shipmates who survived the wreck again waited anxiously for word as the Mexican Navy and the U.S. Coast Guard continued their search in the Sea of Cortez.
A U.S. Coast Guard C-130 airplane was assisting the Mexican Navy in scouring the Sea of Cortez on Tuesday for seven missing tourists, mostly from the Bay Area, whose fishing boat capsized two days ago.
A Mexican fishing vessel that capsized off the coast of Baja California Sunday morning killed at least one American tourist and had several people from the Bay Area onboard.
A search for a sea plane that capsized while taxiing in Richardson Bay was called off Saturday afternoon after divers and police agencies were unable to locate the plane.
A father and his two children were rescued 500 yards south of Ballena Bay in Alameda when their 19-foot aluminum boat capsized before 11:40 a.m., Sunday.
On April 19, nearly a dozen San Quentin inmates pulled two people from the frigid waters of the San Francisco Bay.
One of the two boaters rescued from the banks of San Quentin early Wednesday morning has died.
A 60-year-old man died when a crab fishing boat containing four other people capsized Tuesday morning off the Sonoma County coast near Jenner, a U.S. Coast Guard lieutenant said.