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In the Virgin Islands, the debris piles along roadsides from Hurricanes Irma and Maria are mostly gone. In the water however, there's still a major debris problem: hundreds of sunken boats, many of them broken and abandoned.

source: NPR

Texas game wardens have a new high-flying tool for search and rescue missions and other law enforcement...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

A Newport News man will spend more than four years in prison for making a false distress call and threats to the U.S. Coast Guard. The U.S. Attorney's Office said Tuesday 39-year-old Justin P. Stahmer was sentenced to 56 months —...

source: WAVY-TV

Renewing the registration for your boat or registering your boat for the first time now includes an extra step, one that’s intended to prevent fraud or theft. The 90th General Assembly of Arkansas passed Act 694 in 2015 to comply...

source: KAIT-TV

The Missouri State Highway Patrol announces the Patrol will participate in the National Association of...

source: Missouri State Highway Patrol via Democrat News

NASBLA is seeking volunteers to help in developing questions...

source: National Association of State Boating Law Administrators


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