The Vipers were first produced in 1992, with some donated to trade schools.
Witnesses told police Ebony Wilkerson struggled with rescuers trying to help her children.
The bill would make it easier for passengers to determine how much they are paying in government taxes.
The company may temporarily suspend sales if prices jump.
The office supply company reported lower sales during the holiday shopping period.
The rain is not expected to bring much relief to the state's drought.
Many cancellations were due to the bad weather.
The proposed change will make it easier for people to see how many calories they are consuming.
The phone is meant for those who work for or with government agencies.
A newspaper photographer brought a police officer to the scene before he captured the images.
Strong global demand could raise milk prices in the next few months.
The average IRS tax refund in 2013 was more than $2,500.
A retired lawyer and his wife were killed when a package exploded at their home earlier this week.
The bill passed after Republicans decided not to attach any conditions to the bill.
The flights still require FAA approval.
This is the 14th time the breed has won at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.
The school has more than 40 volunteers currently serving.
The 12-year veteran refused to move his engine out of the fast lane while responding to an accident.
Supplies are expected to drop as refineries begin winter maintenance.
The chemical has been approved by the FDA and USDA for use in food.
The White House remains confident Congress will pass the reform at some point.
Employees tend to focus more when conditions are not ideal outside.
Police are analyzing the heroin confiscated during the arrests.
The company partially blames the cut to reductions in the Food Stamps program.
Less than 3" of snow crippled one of the nation's largest cities earlier this week.
The suspect is charged with 30 counts stemming from the Boston Marathon bombing.
More than 90 officers at one base are now embroiled in the scandal.
An adult and child were able to escape the fire, and were taken to the hospital for treatment.
The helicopter crashed off the coast of Virginia Wednesday morning.
Group short of it's wreath-laying goal.
A British retailer is putting diversity to the test
Alcohol and drugs tests are pending for train engineer
A moment of silence was held on the 50th anniversary President Kennedy was shot by a sniper in Dallas.
A live report from Dealy Plaza. The area where President John F. Kennedy was assassinated 50 years ago.
Several breaks are not going to be available after the end of the year.
The image has garnered a lot of attention since being posted.
The first-term congressman was arrested in October.
Suspected fraudulent activity should be reported to the authorities.
The coffee giant has been ordered to pay billions in damages and fees.
Some states are seeing prices below $3 per gallon.
The proposed merger is expected to create the world's largest airline.
Stores are expanding hours in an attempt to maximize holiday sales numbers.
What teens post online could hurt their chance of getting into the college of their choice.
The special forces sergeant was not due home until later this month.
New numbers show the maximum penalty for Pennsylvania drivers is near the average for first-time offenders.
Only a handful of people were able to sign up on Healthcare.gov on launch day.
The number of non-graduates who own a home is now higher than college graduates.
The survey showed texting about heavier topics had an impact on relationship stability.
Multiple others were injured.
The tunnel ran more than a quarter-mile beneath the border.
The program helping to feed families will be reduced by $5 billion starting Friday.
The ban on cell phone calls during flights will not be lifted.
Passengers can check out the tablets from kiosks in the airline's terminal.
A new study says tens of thousands of jobs in the field will be available by the end of the decade.
The temporary budget expires January 2014.
The White House is considering putting an end to listening in on friendly foreign leaders.
The lower-cost phone made up around 1/4 of Apple's cell phone sales in September.
About 25 million students ride school buses across the country every day.
The man feels obligated to help prepare for the upcoming Million Vet March while Park Service employees are furloughed.
Seventeen servicemen and women have died since the government shutdown began.
The company may not meet sales forecasts for the coming year, according to a Wall Street analyst.
The school cites a need for safety while parents say the school is going too far.
The new notes were delayed by problems with the new security measures.
Three others in the vehicle were hospitalized.
Military personnel and retirees can temporarily use the chain while the government is shut down.
The U.S. must raise the debt limit by October 17th to avoid defaulting on its loans.
The site was offline during the weekend due to the government shutdown.
The government shutdown wasn't going to stop veterans from seeing the World War II Memorial.
Senator McCain Visits Middle East
The maker of Twinkies and Wonderbread announced Friday it is going out of business.
The Friday meeting discussed how to address the upcoming "fiscal cliff."
Former CIA Director David Petraeus testified in front of Congress Friday morning about the September attack on a U.S. Consulate in Libya.
Romney and Santorum CNN/ORC Poll Shows Candidates Running Neck to Neck
Company Violated Do Not Call List Provisions
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il died at the age of 69 on Saturday.
Jerry Sandusky has posted his bail
Retail Deliveries Up 15 Percent from Last Month
Doctor Murray Was Found Guilty of Involuntary Manslaughter
22 Protesters Have Died in the Recent Protests
Norfolk Southern Looking to Fill Jobs in PA
Claimants May Now Fill Out Eligibility Form on Fund's Website
Robber Uses No Disguises
Members of the controversial Westboro Baptist Church say they'll picket at the funeral of Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs.
Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan says banks have an inherent right to make a profit.
Sarah Palin isn't joining the competition for the Republican presidential nomination. She announced her decision in a letter to supporters.
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords will attend her husband's military retirement ceremony at the White House today.
More details are emerging about the death of TV pitchman Don Lapre behind bars this week.
Media mogul Oprah Winfrey is still the queen of Hollywood.
The earthquake-damaged Washington National Cathedral needs to raise $25-million to make repairs and continue operations through the end of 2012.
Amanda Knox is home in Seattle after having her murder conviction overturned by an Italian court.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie will not seek the Republican presidential nomination.
Thousands of California prison inmates are involved in a hunger strike demanding an end to what they've dubbed intolerable conditions.
Today's veterans appear to be struggling more in their return to civilian life than vets of previous eras.
Investigators are now trying to figure out what went wrong when a privately owned helicopter crashed into New York's East River this afternoon.
Secret Service Investigates Counterfeiting In Western PA
Japanese officials are investigating what could have become a midair disaster aboard a recent passenger flight.
Weekly jobless claims are down from last week.
The Little Tikes company is expanding a recall of its toy workshop and tool sets.
Great American Beer Festival Comes To Denver
Suspicious Envelope Addressed To "Dancing With The Stars"