More People Come Forward, Claim Gator Sightings In Mon RiverMore people are now coming forward, claiming they also spotted an alligator in the Mon River.
Alligator Reportedly Spotted Twice In Mon RiverPolice are investigating reports of an alligator in the Monongahela River near Belle Vernon.
Officials Cracking Down On Drinking While Boating This WeekendEveryone knows it’s illegal to drink and drive, but officials are also cracking down on drinking and boating.
Coast Guard Honors Victims Of 9/11Ceremonies in Washington DC, New York City and Shanksville commemorate the events of 9-11, but the Coast Guard wanted to give the people of Pittsburgh an opportunity to reflect some twelve-years later.
West Mifflin Man Home Safe After Being Stranded At Sea In Tropical StormA West Mifflin man was one of four sailors rescued by the Coast Guard off the coast of South Carolina.
Tow Boat, Barge Slam Into Hot Metal BridgeOfficials are inspecting the Hot Metal Bridge after police say it was struck by a tow boat and a barge.
'Operation Dry Water' To Begin On City's WaterwaysOperation Dry Water begins Friday and will last through the weekend. They’ll be extra sets of eyes looking for boaters whose abilities might be alcohol impaired.
Coast Guard Places Weight Restrictions On BoatsThe Coast Guard issued new restrictions on boat weights.
Barges Break Loose Overnight On Mon RiverSeveral bridges have been inspected and reopened, but the Coast Guard and River Rescue crews continue work today to clear the navigational channel on the Monongahela River after three barges broke loose on the water overnight.
Crews Round Up Runaway Barge On Mon RiverRiver rescue crews and the Coast Guard were called out overnight to round up a runaway barge on the Monongahela River.
Coast Guard Issues Safety Message For BoatersThe Coast Guard has a message for boaters on Pittsburgh’s three rivers this Memorial Day weekend.
Towboat Captain Praised After Retrieving BargeA local bridge that was hit by runaway barges on Wednesday is reopened after hours of inspection.