Coast Guard, San Francisco Paramedics Rescue Accidentally Poisoned Woman from SailboatA U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew worked with San Francisco Fire personnel early Tuesday to medevac an accidentally poisoned woman from a sailboat almost 400 miles off the coast of Bodega Bay.
Video Captures Coast Guard Helicopter Crew Rescuing Woman Near China BeachA Coast Guard crew based in San Francisco rescued a woman near China Beach with a helicopter Tuesday morning.
VIDEO: Coast Guard Rescues Boater In San Francisco Bay Off TiburonA man whose boat capsized in San Francisco Bay near Bluff Point in Tiburon was rescued by a U.S. Coast Guard helicopter crew Wednesday morning. 
Boater Drowns Off Pacifica Near Sharp Park BeachA 60-year-old man drowned after authorities responded to a report of a boat in distress in the area of Sharp Park Beach on Wednesday evening, Pacifica police said.
Leaky Fuel Line Spills 400 Gallons Of Diesel Fuel Into Discovery Bay, Geese RescuedA leaky fuel line at a marina in Discovery Bay spilled 400 gallons of diesel into the water, covering two Canada geese and motivating a harbor clean up by the U.S. Coast Guard Monday morning.
San Rafael Robbery Suspect Swims Into San Francisco Bay In Escape AttemptA woman suspected of robbing a market and assaulting an employee in San Rafael was arrested after trying to escape by swimming into San Francisco Bay, prompting a multi-agency response to place her in custody, police said Wednesday.
Fire Contained on Cargo Ship Off Monterey; Crews to Determine If Vessel Can Be Towed to OaklandA fire on a container ship off the Monterey coast has been contained, smoke is no longer visible and the temperature has been falling in the NYK Delphinus's engine room, where the fire originated, according to a report from the U.S. Coast Guard.
UPDATE: No Injuries Reported in Container Ship Fire Off Coast of MontereyThe U.S. Coast Guard is responding Friday morning to a fire on a container ship about 50 miles off the coast of Monterey.
Returning U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Offloads Tons of Pot, Cocaine in AlamedaThe crew of the U.S. Coast Guard Cutter Munro returned to its Alameda homeport Tuesday and offloaded approximately 8,200 pounds of seized cocaine and 11,450 pounds of marijuana, according to authorities.
UPDATE: Family Offers $50,000 Reward For Finding Fremont Boy Swept Out To SeaThe family of the 12-year-old Fremont boy who was lost in high surf at Cowell Ranch State Beach in San Mateo County earlier this week is offering a $50,000 reward for finding and positively identifying the child.
UPDATE: GoFundMe Campaign Pushes To Continue Search For Fremont Boy Swept To SeaA GoFundMe page has been set up to raise money to support the continued search for a 12-year-old Fremont boy who was lost in high surf at Cowell Ranch State Beach Monday afternoon.