Headlines for: 02-16-2000
NEW CLONING OPERATION WELCOMES ANIMAL STARS
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- Lassie and other animal stars might be seeing double in the future thanks to a lab that's cloning pets.
SAGA OF `CANINE CAJONES' COMES TO A CLOSE
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- A California man whose dream was to have an artificial dog testicle implanted in his body is finally getting his wish.
AMERICANS VOTE OKRA MOST DESPISED VEGGIE
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Okra farmers may be sick to their stomach when they hear this: The sticky veggie is America's least favorite vegetable.
INVISIBLE UNDIES SALESMAN OFFERS BOUNTY FOR YAHOO HACKERS
SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Wireless Flash) -- A Texas entrepreneur who sells invisible underwear as a sideline is offering a $1.2 million reward to find the computer hackers responsible for the
JOHN HUGHES TOUR IN THE WORKS?
NORTHBROOK, Ill. (Wireless Flash) -- Tomorrow (Feb. 18) marks the 50th birthday of "Breakfast Club" director John Hughes -- but it seems folks in his hometown of Northbrook, Illinois, could care
WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
SAN JOSE, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- American teens can't decide if Britney Spears is sleazy or saintly. According to a survey by AWZ.com, 46 percent of teens think Spears should clean up her act
BILL GATES AND WINDOWS WASTING YOUR TIME
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- If you've got less time on your hands these days, blame Bill Gates and his Windows operating system.
SCHULZ'S DEATH TO MAKE `PEANUTS' PRICES SOAR
MINNEAPOLIS (Wireless Flash) -- Good grief! "Peanuts" cartoonist Charles Schulz's death is causing memorabilia prices to soar. According to Michael Kronick, owner of the Startifacts
EXPERT: PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES WOULD FLUNK JOB INTERVIEW
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) -- Here's a scary thought: Not one of the Republican candidates running for President of the United States could pass a job interview for a corporate position.