Bulldogs pound Grambling

S.C. State squeezes by Central Florida

Lady Lions fall hard to Wingate

Spurs off to super start

Francis says he owes Vancouver nothing

Clemson falls to Oregon State

College notebook

Texas takes shootout title

Rose launches Internet petition

Dayton rallies to beat Kentucky

Language evolves as people talk

Business briefs: Rising bond yields send stocks down
NEW YORK -- Rising bond yields sent most stocks falling Monday, exacerbating nervousness in a market already rattled by the dollar's latest slump against the Japanese yen.

Knology announces merger

Coke pulls advertising from WWF complaints
ATLANTA -- Coca-Cola has withdrawn its advertising from the World Wrestling Federation, citing concerns with the company's often lewd language and story lines.

Georgia's exports rise 1.2 percent
ATLANTA -- An increase in exports from Georgia to Europe offset decreases to Asia and Latin America during the past 12 months, according to new state figures that show an overall boost of 1.2 percent.

Royal Bank of Scotland makes competing bid for NatWest
LONDON -- The Royal Bank of Scotland offered $43.2 billion for National Westminster Bank, already the target of an unfriendly offer by Bank of Scotland.

Knology announces merger
Knology Holdings, a Georgia-based cable television company, has merged with four other ITC Holding Co. subsidiaries, the company announced Monday.

UGA business center gets new director
A consultant with expertise in exporting and female entrepreneurship will head the University of Georgia's Small Business Development Center in Augusta.

Royal Bank of Scotland makes competing bid for NatWest

Home sales continue to slow
WASHINGTON -- Higher mortgage rates drove down sales of existing homes to the lowest level in almost two years in October, a sign that the red-hot housing market is cooling, economists said.

Home sales continue to slow

Clemson to play Peach Bowl

Starting QBs for SEC title game a mystery

Gator Bowl ticket information

SEC chief says call looks like 'a miss'

Bulldogs await bowl bid

Virginia Tech sets sights on national title

Georgia defensive end diagnosed with torn ACL

Tuesday morning quarterback

UMass out for respect

Adventurers' dream took wing
EVERETT, Wash. -- Wilbur and Orville would have laughed at the sight. The Boeing 747 squats on the factory floor, a fat-bellied, hump-backed behemoth weighing 400 tons.

World War II changed life around the globe
It concerned only a fraction of the time this nation has stood, yet in many ways World War II was the most crucial part. And it left some of history's most indelible images in its wake.

Opposes stockade for animal shelter

Rejects invitation to switch to parties

MOX is vital

Defends use of the death penalty

Questions defender of abortion

Go with Bible courses

Hits columnist for criticizing Lynx

Suggests priorities for 2000 election

Sinus infections can have lasting effects
Q: What's the difference between a cold and a sinus infection? -- E.W., Hephzibah

Off the Wall: Wedding is ultimate test of timeliness
"She's not coming," Johnny says, pacing back and forth. "She's coming," I say, calmly chewing off a nail.

The naked truth
There is always a little suffering on that rocky runway toward beauty. Just ask anyone who has plucked eyebrows, waxed the bikini line, wobbled on platform heels, stifled the sneezes brought on by faux fur trim or endured the scalpel, Botox or collagen injections. Perfection is not without its inconveniences.

In the know
Archibald Butt made a mean eggnog. The recipe by the Augustan famous for saving lives on the Titanic before going down with the ship is one of hundreds in Past and Repast, a new cookbook published in honor of the 250th anniversary of St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

Lambert posts shutout for Lynx

NHL scoreboard: Dallas defeats Atlanta

Language evolves as people talk
Words, like people, change. Their meanings evolve or take on new connotations. That's why it's important, as the 1990s draw to a close, to establish what we're talking.

Off the Wall: Wedding is ultimate test of timeliness

The naked truth

In the know

Family seeks holiday help
She says her boys are the best a mother could ask for. But for this Augusta mother of five, trying to raise her children without a father is something she never thought would be so difficult.

Principal shortage predicted
ATLANTA -- Principals in metro Atlanta have an average of 24 years' experience in education, leaving other educators concerned that within the next decade hundreds of principals statewide will be retiring.

Fire chief explains department's raises
Richmond County Fire Chief Ronnie Few took advantage of an appearance Monday before the Augusta Commission's Public Safety Committee to refute allegations of unfair distribution of pay raises within his department.

Industrial filter firm to be sold
TRENTON, S.C. -- Hosokawa Micron International Inc. plans to sell its global Product Recovery Line -- which includes Menardi-Criswell -- to Charlotte, N.C.-based Beacon Industrial Group LLC.

Leaders will meet delegation
Columbia County leaders will spend today meeting with the local legislative delegation to line up state financial support for several local projects.

Probation ordered in ransom plot
AIKEN -- An Aiken man will serve five years on probation for conspiring to have his grandfather kidnapped for a $100,000 ransom, a judge ruled Monday.

Students help curb violence
The Aiken County school district is finding an unexpected ally in its efforts to curb school violence.

Committee discusses Celebrate 2000 costs
Celebrate 2000 New Year's Eve Party organizers and members of the city's finance committee had a meeting Monday about the upcoming event in downtown Augusta.

Concert enthralls audience
Conductor Alan Drake promised the First Baptist Church audience that the song would move them.

Panel recommends public school changes
AIKEN -- South Carolina should hire more police to patrol schools, says a group hand-picked by the governor to study campus crimes.

Across the area: Man faces murder charge in fight

Departments question 911 center
A consolidated 911 center is now closer to becoming a reality, but the heads of the Richmond County fire and sheriff's departments have some concerns before they get behind the idea.

Departments question 911 center

Pupil reported his teacher's stabbing
The pupil charged with viciously stabbing his teacher at Murphey Middle School is the one who reported the incident to the school principal, officials said Monday.

Investigation to take time
Anticipating a special grand jury investigation of city government, city officials spent hours Monday rebutting allegations from two previous grand juries during Augusta Commission committee meetings.

Officials rebut jury allegations
Anticipating a special grand jury investigation of city government, city officials spent hours Monday rebutting allegations from two previous grand juries during Augusta Commission committee meetings.

Pond plumbing

Molester pleads guilty
BYLINE1:By Greg Rickabaugh

Hospitals fight for funds to support indigent care
An ocean of red ink threatens to drown area hospitals as they struggle to care for the poor and uninsured.

Across the area: Manager charged in theft from store
The manager of a Grovetown department store was arrested Sunday and charged with stealing nearly $7,000 from the store.

Parrot-breeding farm cares for 800 birds
Stacey Martin leveled an admiring eye on a pair of royal-blue parrots -- hyacinth macaws -- cuddling on their perch like newlyweds.

Officers coached in diving

Hospitals fight for funds to support indigent care

Temperatures will take dive in next 2 days

Students help curb violence

Reach for the sky

Pupil reported his teacher's stabbing

Pond plumbing
Marty Matheny (left) and Jimmy Miller, maintenance workers for Bradford Point Apartments off Wheeler Road in Augusta, inspect a fountain that is clogged in one the complex's ponds Monday morning.

Officers coached in diving
SPRINGFIELD, Ga. -- After Larry Barrow used a sawed-off shotgun last year to allegedly kill another man in rural Effingham County, he tossed the weapon in the dark waters of Ebenezer Creek at Long Bridge.

Across the area: Manager charged in theft from store

Across the area: Manager charged in theft from store
The manager of a Grovetown department store was arrested Sunday and charged with stealing nearly $7,000 from the store.

Officials rebut jury allegations

Reach for the sky
Taran Movsky, 5, enjoys a warm afternoon swing Monday at Pepper Geddings Recreation Center in Myrtle Beach, S.C. Temperatures in the region are expected to dip into the low 30s by tonight.

Panel recommends public school changes

Temperatures will take dive in next 2 days
The last leaves are falling; the football rivalries have been played; and now even the thermometers are heralding the approach of winter.

Adventurers' dream took wing

Some guidance counselors overloaded
On a typical school day, Greenbrier High School guidance counselor Suzanne Channell has some time for paperwork in the early-morning hours.

Across the area: Manager charged in theft from store

Molester pleads guilty
AIKEN -- A former Augusta youth minister who admitted to molesting church members on camping trips and manipulating neighborhood boys with money and gifts during three decades received a 30-year prison sentence Monday.

House members exonerated

Homicide argument questioned

Animal-rights group wants to debate lab
ATHENS, Ga. -- Animal-rights activists worldwide have vandalized labs and poured fake blood on fur-clad women, but a new animal-rights student group affiliated with the University of Georgia says all it wants here in the nation's poultry capital is a civil debate.

Woman wants to provide Christmas dinner for family
Her family is coming home for Christmas this year. But instead of rejoicing, this Augusta grandmother is worried.

House members exonerated
ATLANTA -- A nonprofit organization set up to raise money for the Georgia Commission for the Holocaust was guilty of sloppy record keeping but not fraud, a lawyer for the House Ethics Committee said Monday.

Correction
An article on the front page of Sunday's editions of The Augusta Chronicle contained erroneous information regarding Aiken resident James Sutherland's relationship with the Council of Conservative Citizens. Mr. Sutherland is not a member of the group.

Molester pleads guilty

Drivers in crash identified
AIKEN -- Aiken County Coroner Sue Townsend tentatively identified two men Sunday who were killed in a fiery head-on collision near Salley.

Hospital changes name
In the end, they went back to the beginning. Columbia-Augusta Medical Center announced Monday it will revert to using the name under which it was founded 26 years ago -- Doctors Hospital.

McCain backed by veterans
ATLANTA -- In this first post-Monica Lewinsky presidential election cycle, voters are casting an especially critical eye toward the character of the nation's next would-be leader.

Family seeks holiday help

Investigation to take time

Hospital changes name

Homicide argument questioned
ATHENS, Ga. -- A murder trial in Northeast Georgia is pitting prosecutors against health advocates, and at least one state senator has vowed to look into the merits of the case.

Temperatures will take dive in next 2 days

Molester pleads guilty

World War II changed life around the globe

Across the area: Man faces murder charge in fight
SUMTER -- A Wedgefield man has been charged with murder in the death of another man after he allegedly struck him in the head with a metal pole during a fight, the Sumter County sheriff said.

Correction

Committee discusses Celebrate 2000 costs

Lumpkin appeals his conviction
Former Augusta attorney William Lumpkin, who confessed to murder to avoid the possibility of a death sentence 10 months ago, has appealed.

Animal-rights group wants to debate lab

McCain backed by veterans

Some guidance counselors overloaded

Temperatures will take dive in next 2 days
The last leaves are falling; the football rivalries have been played; and now even the thermometers are heralding the approach of winter.

Leaders will meet delegation

Carolina Gov. Jim Hodges mixes sports, politics

Jaguars down Ravens

Falcons notebook

Reeves looking for dedicated Falcons

Falcons notebook

Rice remembers 49ers golden days

Falcons drop another

Thurman cleared for game

Colts win seventh straight behind Manning

Whitehead says his gesture wasn't a throat slash

Mrs. Essie Mae Bowles
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Essie Mae Bowles, of Anderson Road, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999, at Brentwood Terrace Health Facility.

Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr.
Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr., 84, of Eagleton Drive, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mr. Herman Odom
Mr. Herman F. Odom, 54, of Augusta, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. John Pearre
Mr. John ``Bert'' Pearre of Millhaven Road, Martinez, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Loaren Hostilo
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Loaren Vann Hostilo, 80, died Monday, Nov. 29, 1999, at Candler County Hospital.

Mrs. Barbara Davis
GROVETOWN -- Mrs. Barbara M. Davis, 77, of Chum Court, died Tuesday, Nov. 23, 1999, at West Lake Manor Nursing Home.

Mrs. Beatrice Williams
AIKEN -- Mrs. Beatrice McKinney Williams, 76, of Beverly Health Care, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

LaBrandon Johnson
HARLEM -- LaBrandon Christian Shekale Johnson, five months, of Steed Street, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Blanche Moulton
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Blanche Moulton, 97, of Pinon Road, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999, at Columbia Augusta Regional Medical Center.

Mr. Willie Mathews Sr.
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Willie Louis Mathews Sr., 56, died Friday, November 26, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Ms. Wilma Pegg
Ms. Wilma H. Pegg, 79, of St. John's Towers, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Agatha Ramos
Mrs. Agatha Ramos, 93, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999.

Mr. Marion Stevens Sr.
PLUM BRANCH, S.C. -- Mr. Marion Stevens Sr., 57, of Gilchrist Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at his residence.

Mr. Joseph Braddy
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Joseph N. ``Joe'' Braddy, 65, of BonnieRoad, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mr. James Jackson
DUBLIN, Ga. -- Mr. James Monroe Jackson, 78, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Medical Center of Central Georgia.

Mrs. Helene Kohlase
Mrs. Helene Kohlase, 89, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999.

Mrs. Virginia Plair
MILLEN, Ga. -- Mrs. Virginia A. Plair, 30, of Victor Street, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Elma Koon
AIKEN -- Mrs. Elma Grice Koon, 78, of Richland Avenue, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Marian Still
HILDA, S.C. -- Mrs. Marian Creech Still, 74, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, in Columbia.

Mrs. Hazel Madden
MCCORMICK, S.C. -- Mrs. Hazel Prince Madden, 67, of Cherry Street, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at Self Hospital.

Mrs. Goldie Buchholz
HEPHZIBAH -- Mrs. Goldie G. Buchholz, of Mims Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at her residence.

Mrs. Edna Rollins
AIKEN -- Mrs. Edna McDaniel ``Bill'' Rollins, 89, of Laurens Street, North, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Annie Crawford
Mrs. Annie Ruth Tutt ``Tump'' Crawford, 63, of Alma's Personal Care Home, died Friday, November 26, 1999, at Columbia-Augusta Medical Center.

Mrs. Elma Koon
AIKEN -- Mrs. Elma Grice Koon, 78, of Richland Avenue, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at St. Joseph Hospital, Augusta.

Mrs. Bessie Tesenair
AIKEN -- Mrs. Bessie Baughman Tesenair, 67, of Wire Road, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Helene Kohlase
Mrs. Helene Kohlase, 89, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999.

Mrs. Susie Hayes
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Susie Hayes, 86, of North Green Street, died Wednesday, Nov. 24, 1999, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mrs. Sara Andrews
PENSACOLA, Fla. -- Mrs. Sara B. Andrews, 78, died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999.

Mrs. Nola Hutto
BARNWELL -- Mrs. Nola Mae Griner Hutto, 91, of Galilee Road, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at Meadowbrook Healthcare Center, Blackville.

Mrs. Mary Perry
ST. SIMONS ISLAND, Ga. -- Mrs. Mary Ella Moore Perry, 89, of East Beach, died Friday, Nov. 26, 1999.

Mrs. Jeanne Corbett
ATLANTA -- Mrs. Jeanne Barber Corbett died Saturday, Nov. 27, 1999.

Mrs. Esther Stone
THOMSON -- Mrs. Esther Stone, 64, of Austin Circle, died Sunday, Nov. 28, 1999, at McDuffie County Hospital.

Mrs. Lessie Minick
SALUDA, S.C. -- Mrs. Lessie Cameron Minick, 97, died Monday, Nov. 29, 1999.

Mr. James Ellis Jr.
YEMASSEE, S.C. -- Mr. James Glover Ellis Jr., 61, of Church Street, died Thursday, Nov. 25, 1999, at Bay Nursing Center, Beaufort.

Mr. Willie Mathews Sr.

Mr. John Pearre

Mrs. Nola Hutto

Mrs. Bessie Tesenair

Mr. Marion Stevens Sr.

Mrs. Annie Crawford

LaBrandon Johnson

Mr. Joseph Braddy

Mrs. Essie Mae Bowles

Mrs. Barbara Davis

Mrs. Mary Perry

Mrs. Hazel Madden

Mrs. Elma Koon

Mrs. Beatrice Williams

Mrs. Edna Rollins

Mrs. Helene Kohlase

Mrs. Susie Hayes

Mrs. Blanche Moulton

Mrs. Goldie Buchholz

Mrs. Marian Still

Mrs. Sara Andrews

Mr. Herman Odom

Mrs. Elma Koon

Mrs. Agatha Ramos

Mrs. Lessie Minick

Mr. Paul Trnavsky Sr.

Mrs. Esther Stone

Ms. Wilma Pegg

Mrs. Helene Kohlase

Mr. Loaren Hostilo

Oldham: Capital will be drivingforce of biotechnology
THE MANTRA for real estate is location, location, location. For biotechnology it is capital, capital, capital.

Correction
An incorrect sentence in the Nov. 25 letter by Estelle Parsley, ``Defends TV news investigations,'' should have read: ``To date, 12 On Your Side has recovered $51,955 in refunds for our viewers.''

Oldham: Capital will be drivingforce of biotechnology
THE MANTRA for real estate is location, location, location. For biotechnology it is capital, capital, capital.

Offers solution to stolen market carts
I recently read your article on the number of supermarket carts stolen in the United States and the cost incurred as a result. I see where a large majority of these carts end up: elderly-handicapped housing in the near vicinity of supermarkets and other elderly-related areas. Janice Brown, Grovetown

Blasts critics of losing Augusta Lynx
Webster defines a ``fan'' as an enthusiastic devotee and supporter, as promoting the interests or causes of something. Obviously, Rick Dorsey doesn't have to worry about being labeled as either. Of course, his attempt at a column on the Augusta Lynx shows that he has never been a team player or he would have learned that you don't kick someone while they're down; you stand behind them and give them your support. I wonder that he can even comprehend how these players feel when they read the bashing he gave them. Carilee Cooper, North Augusta

Opposes stockade for animal shelter
Based on his guest column supporting the Humane Society using the Lake Olmstead stockade, it is pretty obvious that former StateSen. Frank Albert has it in for the Augusta Canal (the weed-choked ditch). I'll only respond to a few of his points: Thomas R. Swift, M.D., Augusta

What's he hiding?
Serious reverberations are resulting over Georgia Lt. Gov. Mark Taylor's stunning humiliation in his lawsuit against the political opponent he defeated a year ago, Republican Mitch Skandalakis.

Suggests priorities for 2000 election
The 2000 election campaign is now in full swing with the rhetoric pumping up about priority issues. One such priority seems to be in ``improving education.'' Al Kotras, Augusta

Hits columnist for criticizing Lynx
Re the Nov. 22 column about the Augusta Lynx by Rick Dorsey: Theresa B. Randall, Aiken

Cites `grand denial' of abortion defense
I appreciated Mary Beth Pierucci's defense of the indefensible in her recent letter where she pats herself and her organization, Planned Parenthood, on the back for protecting a woman's reproductive ``right'' to choose an abortion. Rev. Allan J. McDonald, Augusta

Rejects invitation to switch to parties
It was with great interest that I read 10th District Democratic Party Chairman Chuck Pardue's Nov. 20 letter inviting me to leave the Republican Party and join the Democrats. U.S. Rep. Charlie Norwood, Evans

Doubts boycott will harm S.C.
Why is Gov. Jim Hodges worried about the potential economic condition of South Carolina brought on by the NAACP economic boycott? Let the National Association for theAdvancement of Colored People boycott the state. Who cares? There is no way that this measly loss of convention money and other monies could possibly make any significant different in the tourism in the state in places like Myrtle Beach or Charleston. Tony R. Bledsoe, North Augusta

MOX is vital
It seems like an eternity, but it was on June 23, 1998, when then-U.S. Energy Secretary Federico Pena announced that the Savannah River Site is the preferred location for a state-of-the-art plant to convert plutonium into mixed oxide (MOX) fuel, which in turn would then fuel electricity-generation at two Duke Energy power plants in South and North Carolina.

Defends use of the death penalty
Mary Catherine Zipter's Nov. 11 letter urges us to follow a man, Pope John Paul II, on his crusade to end the death penalty as punishment for murder. But if we consult the Bible, which her letter ignores, we find her arguments seriously flawed. Frank Hutto, Augusta

Supply side vindicated
Liberal purists still deride the school of ``supply side economics'' popularized by former President Ronald Reagan. The philosophy that tax cuts can stimulate business expansion led to 10 years of solid economic growth and hundreds of thousands of new jobs after 1982.

Wants NAACP to clean its house
Re Roger Nelms' letter on his demand to remove the Confederate flag off the top of the South Carolina Statehouse: Jerry Adams, Martinez

Correction
An incorrect sentence in the Nov. 25 letter by Estelle Parsley, ``Defends TV news investigations,'' should have read: ``To date, 12 On Your Side has recovered $51,955 in refunds for our viewers.''

Questions defender of abortion
In response to Mary Beth Pierucci's Nov. 19 comments, I would like to ask her several questions: Jill Dooley, Augusta

Go with Bible courses
Georgia Attorney General Thurbert Baker issued an incredibly convoluted opinion on whether or not to add an elective high school course, ``Bible I and Bible II, the Bible as History and Literature,'' to Georgia's state-funded curricula. Baker basically said it's risky for the state Department of Education to add it but, if it is narrowly tailored and not a promotion of religion, it could be constitutional.

Overtime: Police drop charges against Rodman, wife

New York teams most valuable

Couples 'skins' the competition

Sampras digs deep to knock off Agassi

Judge puts limits on IBF spending

Hoarding may be the biggest Y2K problem
NEW YORK -- Kosmas Spiridellis, the top technology manager at the securities firm CIBC World Markets, may be precisely the sort of well-informed American who gives Y2K planners insomnia.

Killer keeps Web pages on victim, stalks her through Internet
BOSTON -- Ever since junior high, Liam Youens had been obsessed with Amy Boyers. He kept Web pages where he wrote of perceived snubs and his desire to kill her, and used the Internet to find out all about her.

Satellite TV companies start carrying local shows
WASHINGTON -- The nation's leading satellite TV companies are getting a running start on the holiday season, bolstered by new legislation that lets them beam local channels into subscribers' homes.

Cartoon-cursor software monitors customers
WASHINGTON -- A company's popular software to change a Web browser's computer cursor into cartoon characters and other images is quietly tracking its customers across the Internet and recording which Web pages they visit.

Site of secret talks always held strange ties to Microsoft
WASHINGTON -- Chicago, where lawyers plan to resume secret settlement talks Tuesday in the Microsoft antitrust trial, has played a crucial role in the software maker's successes of the past decade.

Xtreme movies
If you're not a fan of the franchise, it might be wise to skip the latest installment of the 007 series, The World Is Not Enough. Bond a bore in latest,`World Is Not Enough'MPAA RATING: PG-13

Xtreme advice: Player `boyfriend' is no good for 14-year-old
``My boyfriend and I got together about a week ago. Lately he's been doing what he calls `playing' and flirting with other girls and wanting to be sexual with me. But I'm not really like that. I'm thinking about breaking up with him. What should I do?'' -- 14-year-old Hephzibah girl

Creed gets an optimistic outlook with new album
This album is similar to Creed's first, My Own Prison, with its dark, melodic sounds and soulful lyrics.

Xtreme advice: Player `boyfriend' is no good for 14-year-old

Military matters
The advertisements are everywhere: ``Aim High,'' ``Be All That You Can Be,'' ``The Few. The Proud.'' Are teens listening?

Teen calendar

Xtreme style
THE FACTS: Shamecia Powers, 16, a junior at Davidson Fine Arts Magnet High School.

Teen calendar
Will Smith and Kevin Kline team up in Wild, Wild West, which reaches video stores. Also look for the fishy thriller Deep Blue Sea.

Military matters

Xtreme style

Killer keeps Web pages on victim, stalks her through Internet

Cartoon-cursor software monitors customers

Hoarding may be the biggest Y2K problem

Site of secret talks always held strange ties to Microsoft