Headlines for: 07-15-2001

AGASSI AND GRAF’S UNBORN CHILD GETS TENNIS OFFER MAHWAH, N.J. (Wireless Flash) – Andre Agassi and Steffi Graf could have quite a racket going: Their unborn child is already receiving a multi-million dollar offer from the tennis industry.

PICKY, PICKY CHRISTINA AGUILERA NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Christina Aguilera is well on her way to becoming a pop diva, if her requests during concert tours are any indication.

COULD JUSTIN BE ARRESTED FOR ‘BIG BROTHER’ STUNT? LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Could last week’s Big Brother knife incident between house guests Justin and Krista wind up in a court of law?

MECHANICAL MASSAGE RUBS OUT CELLULITE ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, Ill. (Wireless Flash) – There may be a new wrinkle in the fight against cellulite: a mechanical massage. Scientists at Vanderbilt University believe rubbing cellulite-ridden areas

REMOTE CONTROLS HELPING TODDLERS WIN RACES? FREMONT, Mich. (Wireless Flash) – Still not convinced kids are watching too much TV? Just head over to Fremont, Michigan, for the National Baby Food Festival which starts tomorrow.

HORSE INSPIRES 9-YEAR-OLD TO SAY FIRST WORD RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Animal trainers are doggone amazed that a horse that was nearly slaughtered has inspired a 9-year-old girl to speak her first word.

CHANDRA LEVY MAY HAVE SWITCHED PERSONALITIES LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Gary Condit may not have anything to do with Chandra Levy’s disappearance: She may have just switched personalities.

HIGH GAS PRICES DRIVING SCOOTER SALES MIAMI (Wireless Flash) – It seems the rising cost of gasoline is fueling scooter sales. A U.S. company that imports an Italian line of scooters says the company

PASTE-ON JEWELRY TO REPLACE WEDDING GOWNS? LOS ANGELES (Wireless Flash) – Don’t be surprised if young brides soon trade their wedding gowns for paste-on jewelry. That’s the prediction of jewelry designer Tina Marie Stoker, who

FLASH LITES: RIP ‘N’ READ POP CULTURE RECAP ANDOVER, Mass. (Wireless Flash) – The house Jay Leno grew up in is biting the dust. Demolition crews will tear down the modest 1950s abode in a few weeks to make way for a $2.6 million, five-bedroom mansion.