Headlines for: 07-15-2001
AGASSI AND GRAFS 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 weeks 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 Levys 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) Dont be surprised if young brides soon trade their wedding gowns for paste-on jewelry. Thats 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.