Kansas City National Public Radio station KCUR reported Friday that U.S. Magistrate Judge David P. Rush has recommended that federal criminal charges be dismissed against three men indicted in relation to the
A Mauritius Port Authority (MPA) tug, the Sir Gaetan, sank yesterday in the course of assisting the continuing clean-up efforts following the grounding of the capesize bulker Wakashio. This morning, Mauritius media
The Coast Guard suspended its search Saturday for two missing crewmembers from the dredging vessel Waymon L Boyd which caught fire in an incident first reported to officials at the Port of
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on a July 5, 2019, incident in which three towboats and an unnamed deck barge—all owned by Hex Stone Inc., Louisiana, Mo.—that sank
Within days of being refloated by salvors, a 2016-built, 300,800 dwt ore carrier has been declared a constructive total loss (CTL), towed to deep water and sunk under supervision of the Brazilian
On April 21, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District’s dredge Jadwin allided with the Highway 190 bridge pier in Baton Rouge, La. As a result of the allision, the
The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) said during a public board meeting Tuesday that the continued operation of amphibious passenger vessel Stretch Duck 7 during severe weather led to the fatal July
The Coast Guard is conducting a Marine Board of Investigation (MBI) into the deadly July 2018 sinking of the DUKW-type amphibious vessel Stretch Duck 7 in which 17 people lost their lives.
The National Transportation Safety Board has issued its report on the sinking of the 1968-built towing vessel Tom Bussler, owned by McGinnis Equipment Company, Inc. and operated by National Maintenance & Repair
Local media report that Wepfer Marine has reached a settlement with surviving family members of two men who died in the December 2017 capsizing and sinking of the 1976-built towboat Ricky Robinson.