Headlines for: 09-27-2001
IS BIN LADEN CAUSING A BABY BOOM?
WHIPPANY, N.J. (Wireless Flash) It turns out the terrorists responsible for the September 11 attacks in America may also be responsible for a brand new baby boom.
77-YEAR-OLD: I CAN HELP MICHAEL JORDAN JUMP HIGHER
PORT RICHMOND, Calif. (Wireless Flash) Some critics think 38-year-old Michael Jordan is too old to be jumping back into pro basketball. Now comes word of a 77-year-old spiritual teacher in California who claims
KINKSTERS WHIP UP DISASTER RELIEF PARTY
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Wireless Flash) A group of Florida kinksters hope to whip up donations for disaster relief with a fetish party tonight in Fort Lauderdale.
SINGING CEO TURNS TWIN TOWERS TRAGEDY INTO MUSIC
DENVER, Colo. (Wireless Flash) A singing CEO hopes music will bring some peace back to the business community after the World Trade Center collapse.
TERRORIST SURVIVAL GUIDE NOW AVAILABLE
WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) Heres a real sign of the times: A man who works in both Washington, D.C., and New York has just created a guide to surviving a terrorist attack.
HAAGEN-DAZS ABANDONS FLAVORLESS LABELING IDEA
LONDON (Wireless Flash) Haagen-Dazs has put the deep freeze on a plan to sell its ice cream in containers which dont reveal the flavor inside. The company was going to test-market the flavorless labels in the United
TODDLER MICROWAVES MOMS MONEY
SITTINGBOURNE, England (Wireless Flash) An English pub manager watched her receipts go up in smoke after her toddler microwaved an evening of earnings into ashes.
LOST DENTURES TURNING UP IN SENIORS STOMACHS
CHICAGO (Wireless Flash) Old-timers whove misplaced their dentures may want to check their stomachs. Thats the word from the Academy of General Dentistry, which reports
CHEERIOS CELEBRATING 60 YEARS OF CEREAL
GOLDEN VALLEY, N.Y. (Wireless Flash) If you feel like sowing your oats, Monday (Oct. 1) will be a good day to do it. Thats because October marks the 60th anniversary of Cheerios cereal,
FLASH LITES: RIP N READ POP CULTURE RECAP
TOKYO (Wireless Flash) Spies may soon be able to use real bugs to eavesdrop on criminals, thanks to Japanese scientists who are developing a remote-controlled cockroach capable of carrying a tiny camera and microphone.