Headlines for: 11-04-1999
BABY-SITTER PRICE GOUGING PREDICTED FOR NEW YEAR'S EVE
IRVINGTON, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) -- Baby-sitters around the globe are set to make a lot of "Y2-Pay" this New's Year Eve. That's according to baby sitter expert Judith Lederman, who
EX-GAL OF BACKSTREET BOY REVEALS INSIDE POOP
ORLANDO, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- A former girlfriend of Backstreet Boy Brian Litrell admits the band plays some crappy pranks on its back-up musicians.
MEL TORME: ONE OF AMERICA'S HOTTEST DEAD CELEBRITIES
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Mel Torme's death this past June from a stroke may have been a stroke of luck for his career. According to Steve Okin, creator of "The Original Map To The
POKEMON CUTTING INTO SANTA CLAUS' TURF
ST. LOUIS, Mo. (Wireless Flash) -- Pokemon monsters are edging Santa Claus out of a lot of photo ops this year. Sears Portrait Studio -- which is adding Pokemon monsters to
WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Mike Wallace has a shocking secret: His childhood nickname was "Chinkie" because his friends and neighbors thought he had "Asian-looking eyes." The "60 Minutes"
MAGNETIZED CAR TIRES REALLY STICK TO THE ROAD
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- "Popular Science" has just picked its list of the best new products of 2000, and one of the items should attract lots of attention -- it's a magnetic automobile
SHORTWAVE RADIO A SPOOK STOPPER?
NEWPORT, R.I. (Wireless Flash) -- A musician and paranormal researcher in Newport, Rhode Island, thinks he may have found a new way to bust ghosts: shortwave radio.
ORIGAMI CRANE TO BREAK WORLD RECORD
SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) -- If the Jolly Green Giant ever wanted to try origami, he'll get his chance next week. On November 10, a group of Seattle schoolchildren will
`VIRTUAL CANDIDATE' SPEWS SPEECHES FROM BUSH, GORE
HAMBURG, Germany (Wireless Flash) -- Can't decide whether you want to vote for Gore or Bush? Well, a new website can help you create a "virtual candidate" who's a little of both.
A story moved yesterday headlined "Britney Spears May Lose Voice In Ten Years" contained an incorrect contact number. The correct number is (248) 788-9155.