Headlines for: 03-08-2000

INTERNET OVERUSERS MORE LIKELY TO BE MENTALLY ILL? GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- A new study suggests folks who spend excessive hours on the internet may be more prone to mental illness.

GOD NOT UPSET ABOUT NEW NBC SERIES CORINTH, Miss. (Wireless Flash) -- Some folks are mad as hell about the new animated series "God, the Devil and Bob" -- but God himself sees nothing wrong with the satirical show.

PSYCHIC PREVIEW OF GARBO'S STEAMY LOVE LETTERS REDDING, Penn. (Wireless Flash) -- More than 50 lesbian love letters written by Greta Garbo will be unveiled next month -- but readers hoping for some titillation may be in for a let down.

RUSSIAN CRYPTOGRAPHER PREDICTS INTERNET CRASH CARMEL, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Y2K is behind us, but now comes word the real computer meltdown will be caused by faulty online passwords. Russian cryptographer Ed Romanoff claims the internet is at an

DREAMING ABOUT GORE MAY NOT BE GOOD NEWS SANTA CLARA, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Have you been dreaming about Vice President Al Gore lately? It could mean you're worried about always being the second fiddle at your job.

ODD PROM TRENDS INCLUDE ROCK CANDY CORSAGES NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Teen proms are going to be real sweet this year: as in candy. That's according to Kathy Hoffman, an editor at the teen magazine

HUNT IS ON FOR UNUSUAL HOME OFFICES DALLAS (Wireless Flash) -- Sometimes inspiration strikes in the strangest places -- such as the toilet. Just ask Dave Bruckmayr, a writer from Frankfurt who works from

HARRY CONNICK JR. WANTS TO BE SESAME STREET SERIAL KILLER HOLLYWOOD (Wireless Flash) -- Harry Connick, Jr. has some strange career ambitions: He wants to play a serial killer on "Sesame Street." According to "Teen Movieline" magazine, Connick says he loves the

MEET THE SUPERMARKET SEISMOLOGIST SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) -- Most information on earthquakes is collected in labs, but a San Francisco earthquake expert prefers doing his research in supermarkets.