Headlines for: 09-05-1999

RECORDING OF `ELVIS HAS JUST LEFT THE BUILDING': $50,000 ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Wireless Flash) -- Elvis Presley fans, listen up: A tape recording containing the very first utterance of the phrase, "Elvis has just left the building" will go on the auction

`WALTONS' CAST REUNITES FOR CHRISTMAS ALBUM HOUSTON (Wireless Flash) -- Fans of the '70s TV series "The Waltons" will soon have something to sing about: Many of the original cast members are reuniting for a Christmas album.

WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD ARLINGTON, Va. (Wireless Flash) -- It's not such a sweet time for the Nestle candy company. Protests from mental health activists have forced the firm to discontinue its line of Tangy Taffy candy

HOWARD STERN: DOING FOR PORN WHAT OPRAH DID FOR BOOKS LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Looks like Howard Stern is doing for porn movies what Oprah Winfrey did for books. In response to Oprah's Book of the Month Club, Stern

WORLD'S LARGEST BASKETBALL CONSTRUCTED IN INDIANA INDIANAPOLIS (Wireless Flash) -- If Paul Bunyan ever wants to play basketball, he now has a ball just his size: it's 18 feet in diameter and is the world's largest basketball.

DAWN OF MAN: ONE BIG CLAMBAKE? TORONTO, Can. (Wireless Flash) -- The dawn of man may have been one big clambake if researchers at the University of Toronto are correct.

ASTROLOGER: `HELEN HUNT MAY BE UNGRACIOUS EMMY WINNER' SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- Although Helen Hunt is favored to win an Emmy this year for "Mad About You," she may come across as "mad at the world" during her acceptance speech.

HURRICANE DENNIS WON'T BLOW A HAIR AT BALDIE CONVENTION MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. (Wireless Flash) -- The high winds of Hurricane Dennis won't blow a hair out of place on the conventioneers heading to Morehead City, North Carolina, this

COMPANY CREATES CROSS-YOUR-HEART BACKPACK MINNEAPOLIS, MN. (Wireless Flash) -- You've heard of the cross- your-heart bra? Well, now there's a cross-your-heart backpack. The high-tech sack -- called the "Cross X Over" -- features