Headlines for: 04-26-2001
ARTWORK SUFFERING FROM FLATULENCE PROBLEM
EAST ANGLIA, England (Wireless Flash) Its not a pretty picture, but many priceless pieces of art are being defaced in museums thanks to flatulence.
NEW YORK SUBWAYS WILL GO WHERE NY TIMES WONT
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) It looks like New York buses are willing to go where the New York Times wont. The Times has refused to print a series of ads for a line of new
SAN DIEGO MAN HOPES TO STREET SAIL ACROSS U.S.
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) A San Diego man hopes to roll into the Guinness Book of Records as the first person to street sail across America.
MAY 9 IS E.T. D-DAY
WASHINGTON, D.C. (Wireless Flash) UFO buffs are hoping that May 9, 2001, will be forever known as E.T. Disclosure Day. More than 20 officials connected with the U.S. military and scientific
PHOENIX HOUSEWIFE INVENTS OCTOKINI
PHOENIX (Wireless Flash) A Phoenix housewife hopes to do for swimsuits what Mrs. Fields did for chocolate chip cookies. 42-year-old Nanci Nenninger has invented something called The
15 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF CAPTAIN MIDNIGHT STUNT
SAN DIEGO (Wireless Flash) Today (Apr. 27) marks the 15 year anniversary of the day a man who called himself Captain Midnight blocked HBOs satellite signal.
AIRPORT DELAYS ARE DELIGHTFUL
SEATTLE (Wireless Flash) The airport industrys delay records are at an all-time high, but one Seattle woman thinks thats a good thing. Harriet Baskas, author of the new book Stuck at the Airport
WHATS NEXT? CELEBRITY SURVIVOR?
NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) If Who Wants To Be A Millionaire can feature celebrities, why not Survivor? Entertainment Weekly reports CBS execs are considering doing a
WHAT DO YOU HATE ABOUT SPRING?
ENCINO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Spring is in the air and some folks dont like the fever they get. According to a new survey by E-Poll, 44 percent say the worst part about