A man and boy fishing near the Golden Gate Bridge died on Friday after being swept into the ocean by large waves, authorities said.
News of Saturday’s tragedy shocked many in the small college town of Arcata on the Northern California coast, about 280 miles north of San Francisco.
A couple is dead and their 16-year-old son missing after being swept into the sea in Northern California while trying to save their dog. The dog survived.
A surfer stranded on the rocks at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach was rescued and brought to shore Saturday morning.
Seven people were rescued from an overturned boat in Tomales Bay Sunday afternoon, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
Family members of two San Francisco fishermen who went missing in the waters off of the San Mateo County coast discovered the body of one of the fishermen just north of Pigeon Point Lighthouse on Monday afternoon, according to the U.S. Coast Guard.
The Coast Guard has suspended its search after two people disappeared when the 18-foot boat they were fishing in capsized off the San Mateo County coast.
Three San Francisco Giants fans were rescued by the Coast Guard on San Francisco Bay overnight, after their boat ran out of gas, and drifted into marshland near the Oakland Estuary.
A U.S. Coast Guard helicopter rescue crew from the Bay Area rescued two people from a downed airplane off the Monterey County coast Sunday afternoon.
U.S. Coast Guard crews were working Saturday morning to retrieve a boat that capsized near the San Mateo Bridge Friday afternoon.