Headlines for: 11-21-2001

THANKSGIVING COULD BE A ‘LOUSY’ HOLIDAY BOCA RATON, Fla. (Wireless Flash) – While Americans are feasting on turkey this Thanksgiving, lice could be feasting on your child’s head. That’s because children are at higher risk for lice during the holiday

THE LONG AND JIGGLY HISTORY OF JELL-O MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (Wireless Flash) – There’s a long and jiggly history behind JELL-O. That’s according to syndicated food columnist Carolyn Wyman, who is

THANKSGIVING CHOW PROVIDES ENOUGH ENERGY TO LIGHT SOLAR SYSTEM NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Here’s some Thanksgiving food for thought: There’s a lot of energy in turkey and the trimmings. That’s the buzz from Equal sweetener, which estimates that Americans

ARIZONA EXPLORER FINDS REAL-LIFE SORCERER STONE TUCSON, Ariz. (Wireless Flash) – A man in Tucson, Arizona, has something in common with Harry Potter: a real sorcerer’s stone. Paranormal researcher “Buffalo” Bill Riley claims he’s found

A FISHY THANKSGIVING FOR THE BUSH FAMILY WASHINGTON (Wireless Flash) – If something fishy is going on at the White House this Thanksgiving it’s probably just the First Family’s dinner.

SCIENTISTS MISSED UNDERGROUND CITIES ON MARS EL CAJON, Calif. (Wireless Flash) – Although scientists at Arizona State University have just determined fossil bacteria on a Martian meteorite recovered in 1996 may have been made on Earth, that doesn’t mean there

THANKSGIVING DINNER FILLED WITH FAT NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – Lardy, lardy: Thanksgiving dinner sure is filled with fat. According to the diet experts at Nutricise.com, the average American will

NEW ‘STAR TREK’ CAPTAIN A TREKKIE IN REAL LIFE NEW YORK (Wireless Flash) – The newest captain in the Star Trek fleet admits he’s a trekkie in real-life too. Scott Bakula, who plays “Captain Jonathan Archer” in the

MICHIGAN RESIDENTS AREN’T ‘LION’ ABOUT COUGARS AFTER ALL ST. CHARLES, Mich. (Wireless Flash) – For years, residents in Northern Michigan have reported seeing cougars, only to be ignored by biologists who insist the critters have been extinct in the state since 1906.