Headlines for: 05-06-1999

`MILE-HIGH-CLUB' DECLINING IN MEMBERS DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- The friendly skies are getting a little less friendly these days -- at least when it comes to on-board nookie.

$1 MILLION PRICE TAG FOR MILLENNIUM'S FIRST SUNRISE PITT ISLAND, New Zealand (Wireless Flash) -- The first sunrise of the millenium could be worth millions of dollars to a New Zealand farmer.

ASTRONOMERS DISCOVER `PINK HOLE' CANBERRA, Australia (Wireless Flash) -- An Australian astronomer is revealing the "hole" truth about black holes -- some of them are actually pink.

`KILLER' MEMORABILIA: DISARMED NUKES BEING SOLD TO COLLECTORS KIRKLAND, Wash. (Wireless Flash) -- History buffs who want to get a blast of history can now own a piece of a genuine nuclear bomb. A man in Washington is selling 6-inch-long chunks of

PAST LIFE MEMORIES INSPIRATION BEHIND `STAR WARS'? RIDGELAND, Wis. (Wireless Flash) -- "Star Wars" is more than science fiction, it just may be ancient history. That's according to paranormal researcher Frank Joseph, who

SWISS POLICE TO BUTTER FOLKS UP WITH SAUSAGES SOLOTHURN, Switzerland (Wireless Flash) -- Police officers in Switzerland are taking a bite out of crime in their own unique way -- they're handing out sausages as well as tickets.

SUN EXPOSURE NOT FACTOR IN MOST DANGEROUS SKIN CANCER BRIGHTON, Australia (Wireless Flash) -- All that sunscreen you'll slather on this summer may be a waste of money if a new study out of Australia is correct.

MIKE MYER SHAGS MADONNA FOR `AUSTIN POWERS' SOUNDTRACK BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Madonna will soon be shacking up with Austin Powers on a new album. The soundtrack for the film "Austin Powers: The Spy Who

TRAVELING GOES TO THE DOGS WITH NEW SUITCASE NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Roving Rovers now have a place to stow their stuff. A California-based pet products company has just created the