Headlines for: 05-07-2000

MARILYN MONROE: MELANIE GRIFFITH'S GUARDIAN ANGEL? LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Sex symbol Marilyn Monroe may be dead but she's still keeps busy -- as Melanie Griffith's guardian angel. According to celebrity psychic Kenny Kingston, Monroe is trying to

PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE RUNNING PRO-PETE ROSE PLATFORM WILMINGTON, Delaware (Wireless Flash) -- Al Gore and George W. Bush's race to the White House may get derailed by a new presidential candidate who claims Pete Rose is the real political issue this year.

PLASTIC SURGEON TURNING AVERAGE JOES INTO ELVIS LOOKALIKES LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- A Los Angeles plastic surgeon has knifed out a unique niche: He makes average folks look like the celebrities of their dreams.

TIME TRAVELING WOMAN: `ANCIENT ROMANS WERE BORING' PHILADELPHIA, Penn. (Wireless Flash) -- Ancient Rome may have been a nice place to visit but you wouldn't want to live there. That's according to a self-proclaimed time traveler, who claims

LOU FERRIGNO: `I'D LOVE TO BE IN `GLADIATOR' SEQUEL' LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- If the folks behind "Gladiator" can't afford Russell Crowe for the sequel, muscleman Lou Ferrigno is willing to step in his sandals.

KISS MEMORABILIA TO GO ON DISPLAY CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) -- Fans of the band KISS will be kissing each other when they hear this. On Friday (May 12), a load of KISS memorabilia will go on display

WIRELESS FLASH BRIEFS FROM AROUND THE WORLD BOSTON (Wireless Flash) -- Walter Cronkite recently put his foot in his mouth regarding what Monica Lewinsky put in hers. Gossip reporter Baird Jones claims Cronkite recently told college students that presidential

BRITNEY SPEARS MOST HATED SINGER IN POP? BOULDER, Colo. (Wireless Flash) -- A lot of music fans don't want Britney Spears to hit them one more time. In fact, they don't ever want to hear her sing again -- period.

COLLEGE GRADS FIGHTING OWN GRANDPARENTS FOR JOBS CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) -- The job market is becoming a battleground between senior citizens and college students. According to business trend expert John Challenger, college