Headlines for: 03-23-2000

`INTERNET VIRGIN' HOAXER FIRED FROM LIMO JOB LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- The man behind 1998's infamous "Internet Virgin" hoax still can't get a break in Hollywood. Aspiring filmmaker Ken Tipton -- who came up with idea for the

AVOID POST-OSCAR DEPRESSION: EAT CHOCOLATE OKEECHOBEE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- The aftermath of Sunday's Oscar ceremony could make you depressed. It's called "Post-Oscar Depression," and according to Florida-

CAN MASSAGE HELP YOU GET PREGNANT? GAINESVILLE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- A Florida massage clinic must be rubbing women the right way: It seems several previously infertile clients have become pregnant after undergoing special massage

`GROWING PAINS' REUNION IN WORKS -- WITHOUT LEO NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- Here's proof the '80s revival is about hit full swing: The cast of "Growing Pains" is reuniting for a TV movie. "Entertainment Weekly" reports "Growing Pains" stars Alan Thicke,

SURVEY: BORN-AGAINS BIG ON PORN COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Wireless Flash) -- Born-again Christians aren't as squeaky clean as you might think: a new survey suggests many are getting their sexual kicks from internet pornography.

DOG BISCUITS BANISH BOWSER'S BAD BREATH ARLINGTON, Va. (Wireless Flash) -- If your dog's breath makes you want to roll over, help is on the way. A company is introducing a line of dog biscuits that supposedly

WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) -- Talk about a racket: May is National Tennis Month and Tennessee Governor Don Sundquist says his state will celebrate by officially changing its spelling to "Tennis-E."

`AMERICAN BEAUTY' SCRIPTWRITER NOT WRITING ACCEPTANCE SPEECH LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Although "American Beauty" screenwriter Alan Ball is favored to win the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, don't expect him to have an acceptance speech prepared.

HEALTHY ECONOMY MEANS BRIGHTER COLORS IN MALLS ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Wireless Flash) -- Today's healthy economy means you'll be seeing more bright colors in shopping malls tomorrow. According to the Color Marketing Group, a trade organization that