Headlines for: 05-27-2001
REAL PEARL HARBER SAYS SHES TIRED OF TEASING
CHURCH STRETTON, England (Wireless Flash) Pearl Harbor is a hot ticket at the box office, but its causing problems for a 43-year-old British woman whose name really is Pearl Harber.
MAN IS PASTOR OF TOM JONES CHURCH
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Its not unusual to be a Tom Jones fan but one man is taking his devotion to a higher level. Pastor Jack Stahl of Sacramento, California, claims listening to Toms
WAS CIA INVOLVED IN ROBERT KENNEDY MURDER?
SAN FRANCISCO (Wireless Flash) June 5 marks the 33rd anniversary of the day Robert Kennedy was assassinated by Sirhan Sirhan. However, a former FBI agent claims its possible Sirhan was
MARS DIRT EXPERIMENTS MAY PUT EARTH AT RISK
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) NASA will announce tomorrow (May 29) a mission to bring dirt samples back to Earth, but one nuclear physicist fears its far too risky.
UNIVERSITY HALTS GHOST HUNTER FROM FURTHER RESEARCH
HARLINGEN, Texas (Wireless Flash) A Texas university is more spooked by ghost hunters than the ghosts that are reportedly haunting the campus. Spook hunter Tony Cisneros claims he has photographic proof that the
TAIWANESE CANDIES POSING CHOKING HAZARD?
SAN MATEO, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Some San Francisco lawyers are gunning for a Taiwanese candy company that makes a bullet-shaped sweet. The attorneys want to ban a hard gelatin candy known as Lychee Flavor
BOXERS DAUGHTERS IN HEAVYWEIGHT CATFIGHT
VERONA, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier may have been great boxers but they could take a few lessons from their daughters on trash talking.
JOHN WAITE NOT MISSING CHANCE FOR A COMEBACK
LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) Not much has been heard from singer John Waite since the 1980s, but the Missing You singer wont be missing in action much longer.
PETA WANTS DAIRY EXPO STOPPED
WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) The animal rights activist group PETA is stamping its feet about a possible threat of foot and mouth disease at the upcoming World Dairy Expo in Wisconsin.