Headlines for: 01-14-2001

SUPER BOWL A HOTBED FOR HERPES? TAMPA, Fla. (Wireless Flash) -- Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, could become a hotbed for herpes on Super Bowl Sunday (Jan. 28).

CALIFORNIA EMPLOYEES: `WATTS UP!' SAN MATEO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) -- Some California employees are so charged up over getting some time off from work that they're burning up electricity at the office.

`LA VIDA LOCA' COMPOSER LOCO OVER RICKY MARTIN'S INAUGURAL PERFORMANCE LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) -- Ricky Martin's decision to perform for George W. Bush is sounding a bum note with the

`SURVIVOR II': MORE ROMANTIC THAN FIRST? (EDITORS: NOTE CONTENT IN NEXT TO LAST GRAPH) NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) -- "Survivor II" may not beat the original in ratings but it will win hands down in romance.

5TH ANNIVERSARY OF BRAZILIAN VERSION OF ROSWELL (JAN. 20) VARGINHA, Brazil (Wireless Flash) -- Saturday (Jan. 20) marks the fifth anniversary of the spaciest encounter in Brazilian UFO history: The infamous "Varginha Incident."

`CAST AWAY' AWASH WITH ERRORS WOKING, England (Wireless Flash) -- Tom Hanks is getting Oscar talk for "Cast Away" but the film's numerous errors are getting thumbs down from a British blooper buff.

VENTURA TO WRITE CHILDREN'S BOOKS ON GOVERNMENT MINNEAPOLIS (Wireless Flash) -- Minnesota Governor Jesse "The Body" Ventura, may not have "time to bleed," but he's got plenty of time to write a book.

ZEPPO MARX INSPIRES NEW COCKTAIL ROCHESTER, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) -- Zeppo Marx fans have a reason to be drunk with joy: The forgotten Marx Brother has inspired a new cocktail.

ICE SCULPTURE FESTIVAL IS FAST TRACK TO OLYMPICS PLYMOUTH, Mich. (Wireless Flash) -- Ice sculptors hoping to carve a path all the way to the next Winter Olympics will be gathering in Plymouth, Michigan, this Wednesday (Jan. 17).

CORRECTION: The January 12 story headlined "New Maytag Repairman Gets Omen By Cleaning Out Lint," contained an incorrect phone number in the contact line. Please contact Lori Roberts at