Heinz reports 22 percent earnings increase

Liz Claiborne to cut 400 jobs

BellSouth's CEO frustrated on long-distance

Drug makers Zeneca, Astra in merger talks

Shoppers return to downtown

Economy expected to be OK

Personal accounts for Social Security proposed

Deal could hurt generic drug makers

Russian ruble plunges again

New quarter pressed

Business briefs

American cities are developing an international outlook

Union Pacific reclaiming lost business

Purchasing managers predict continued growth

Mutual fund expenses can be very costly

Low cost for gas to hold

Stocks rise, Nasdaq at new high

McColl offended by questions about hiring women

Foreign company to buy U.S. electric company

Texas back tops, in line for Heisman

Tulane hires Bulldogs assistant Chris Scelfo

College notes: Champ Bailey wins Bronko Nagurski Award

Holtz expects to have staff in place by Friday

Peach Bowl sellout expected

Rodriguez considers Bowden's offer

College notes: Johnson contacted to discuss coaching jobs

Georgia Southern player overcomes challenges

Carter named SEC's top freshman

A&M linebacker Dat Nguyen wins Lombardi

UConn loves Moore's defense

Young, Navas named new coaches at schools

Lincoln haunted by loss

Walker paces Jackets in win against Evans

Egekeze's second-half play fires Westside to home win

Lynx rookie ready for comeback

Daneyko sets Devils record

House must be moved

Across the area

Fifth-graders graduate from DARE program

Officials suspend educator

Across the area

Jury convicts ex-caseworker

Bowlers serve veterans meal

Board newcomers test waters

Book chronicles suffrage event

Child care cost spurs request for assistance

Cuts may endanger area patient

SRS may face allotment cuts of $17 million

Arts groups vie for city dollars

Transportation, air quality to top legislative agenda

Media tour finds no bats in Lace House

Investigators try to hone in on gunmen

Children's medical center opens

Residents get view of plans for park

Shootings might be connected

Lights may improve at interchange

Brightening things

You can learn much from dogs

Audit gets OK of board

Builder hanging up his holiday project

Teacher's statments lead to suspension, demotion

Officer causes car crash, officials say

Improvements slowing traffic on Fury's Ferry

Canal plan gets range of opinions

Panelists split money meant for new center

Children take to new hospital

Exhibition game set for Dec. 19

NBA cancels All-Star game

Poll finds support for new Hartford stadium

Falcons hope to avoid another slow start

Opponents, not pressure, taking toll on Broncos

Pack remains positive despite injuries, losses

Buckaneers back in playoff race

A gift for Testaverde

NFL notes: Brunell out for Oilers' game

Instant replay could be in play for NFL playoffs

Last three games could be playoffs preview

Capers praises Biakabutuka for relief role

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Overtime: Women's boxing event set for Augusta

Arizona franchise is young, players aren't

A changing of the guard for U.S. golf

Clemens talks narrowed to half-dozen

Presidents Cup not yet a pressure cooker

O'Meara, Pak, Irwin win golf writers' awards

Olympic gymnast returns to court to keep father away

Couples' presence giving U.S. an edge in cup play

Court decision to determine Tyson's future

DiMaggio takes 'serious turn for the worse'

No decision yet on Tyson probation

Quick cooking with Karin

Age old questions

Off the Wall: Memory Lane is not a family address

Actor finds change of pace in new character

Sound alert on medication interaction

Small portions

Barley lentil soup a hearty meal

Tools of the trade

Museum a tribute to Cold War espionage

Simple gifts

Senior calendar

Supermarket shopper

`Rolie Polie Olie' is a delight

New documentary looks candidly at boxing legend

Net chat: Eric Zeier

`That '70s Show' a blast from the past

Xtreme calendar

Xtreme style

Christmas crush

FDA approves laser blood sugar test for diabetics

Company offers an Olympic upset

Space station parts wired together

Industrial pollution and dust crosses Pacific

Demand for dried food climbs with Y2K concern

Scientists: Earth's radiation belt pose a risk to satellites

Fault line on Jupiter's moon Europa similar to San Andreas fault

Interactive ventures bet viewers want a closer relationship with their TV

Georgia Power to mix gas with coal to reduce pollution

Computer companies join telcos in FCC request

South Carolina withdraws from Microsoft suit

Scientists urge research into cloning to treat disease

Student's approach to measuring Milky Way wins astronomy honor

Tool time: Computer helps remodeling efforts

Smyrna chosen as site for AOL computer operations center

Holiday bells a-pealing with good PC buys

Microsoft: Y2K bugs found in Windows 98

Computer mouse turns 30 years old