Questions Still Linger A Year After Deadly Dive Boat Conception Fire Claimed Seven Bay Area LivesIt's been one year since seven San Francisco Bay Area residents died in a fire that swept through the Dive Boat Conception as they slept.
Burning Dive Boat Tragedy: All 34 Died Of Smoke InhalationAll 34 people killed last Labor Day when a dive boat caught fire off the Central California coast died of smoke inhalation and suffered burns after losing consciousness, according to a coroner's report.
Search Resumes For Final Victim Of Dive Boat FireOfficials say divers have resumed a search for the last missing victim who died in a fatal boat fire as authorities continue a criminal investigation into the blaze that killed 34 people off the coast of California.
Criminal Probe Underway In Fiery Dive Boat DisasterU.S. authorities are conducting a criminal investigation into the fiery dive boat disaster that killed 34 people off the coast of California, two officials said Monday.
Search Warrants Served on Dive Boat Owners in Santa BarbaraAuthorities are serving search warrants at the California company that owned the scuba diving boat that caught fire and killed 34 people last week.
Rough Seas Force Suspension of Search for Final Victim of Dive Boat FireThe search for the final victim of a boat fire off the Southern California coast has been suspended until early next week because of gusty winds and rough seas.
Sheriff Confirms UC Berkeley Grad Among The Dive Boat Tragedy VictimsWorking around the clock since last weekend's deadly dive boat tragedy, a group of coroners from around the state have been able to identify 18 of the 33 bodies recovered from the wreckage of the 75-foot Conception, officials said Thursday.
Sheriff: Dive Boat Victims Appear To Have Died From Smoke InhalationDozens of people trapped on a scuba diving boat that caught fire off the Southern California coast appear to have died from smoke inhalation, not burns, authorities said Friday.
Dive Boat Owners Seek Legal Protection Under 1851 Maritime LawThe owners of the dive boat where 34 people perished in a fire off Southern California filed a lawsuit Thursday to head off potentially costly litigation, a move condemned by some observers as disrespectful to the families of the dead.