Gaining weight is new trend

Augusta warehouse serves region's stores
One by one, trucks slowly fill up Bill's Dollar Store's humongous distribution facility in south Richmond County.

Business briefs: Blue-chip jumps push market's rise

Augusta warehouse serves region's stores

Business briefs: Blue-chip jumps push market's rise
NEW YORK -- Blue-chip stocks led the market Monday, bounding higher as investors sought bargains in the wake of Friday's sharp selloff. Technology stocks shook off some early weakness to finish mostly higher.

76ers will marry 76 couples at halftime

Barnes, Greer break slump to lift Temple

Penn St. clears hurdle with win over Purdue

ACC honors Tigers' Solomon for third time

LSU uses defense to defeat Kentucky

Longer debate in S.C.

Declares Confederates 'not traitors'

Blast media slant for McCain

West missses out again

Wants to keep access to reservoir

Urges removal of 'offensive' comic

Smells fraud in WWII memorial drive

Hits intolerance of 'pseudo' Christians

Supports John McCain's candidacy

Blasts 'Rants & Raves' feature

Says no Birch Society link to Klan

Rips coverage of Spring Shootout

Hits 'slick' senator's candidacy

Good lottery advice

In the know
Nominations for the 72nd Academy Awards are being announced live from Beverly Hills, Calif., at 8:30 a.m. today by six-time Oscar nominee Dustin Hoffmann and Robert Rehme, president of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.

Signs point to lukewarm trend for Tommy
Who's feeling the chill? The temperature of the Tommy Hilfiger brand has plummeted by several degrees. Hear that wheezing sound? That's hot air seeping out of a high-flying image. And understand this: Turning stone cold in the fashion industry can be more exasperating than bankruptcy, which at least allows you to cut your losses and move on.

Cellular etiquette
The number of cellular telephones in the United States has risen dramatically in the past decade. According to a recent survey by the Cellular Telecommunications Industry Association, only 2 million cell phones were in use in 1988. By 1999, that number had grown to more than 75 million.

Olazabal promises dinner will be simple, but enjoyable

Two hottest players meet in Match Play

Another streak could be a matter of time

Davies goes wire-to-wire to win by three strokes

Mickelson revival ends Woods' streak

Tiger stalls; a pause, not a full stop

NHL moves to control its Web site

Harvard takes third in Beanpot tournament

Defense changes equation

Radio show goes 'behind the bench'

NHL suspends Barnaby, Cairns, Norton

Cairns, Barnaby suspended for off-ice incident

Atlanta thrashes through an expansion season

Lucky goal leads to 2-2 tie for Oilers

Gaining weight is new trend
USA Today has come out with a new survey -- apparently, three out of every four people make up 75 percent of the population.

Bush answers questions in North Augusta
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. -- If he needed a mid-morning perk-me-up on a grueling campaign trail, Texas Gov. George W. Bush got one Monday in North Augusta. More than 1,000 people turned out for a question-and-answer session with the candidate, who's running hard to maintain his lead in South Carolina with its crucial Republican primary just days away. Historically, whoever wins in South Carolina gets the GOP nomination. Bush told an adoring crowd that he learned his lesson well after losing a run for Congress in Texas in 1978. Afterward a woman in his hometown told him she hadn't voted for him because he never asked her to. -- The Augusta Chronicle

Tornadoes rip through Georgia
CAMILLA, Ga. -- When the wind died down and the sun began to shine, the debris left behind by yesterday's tornado looked like trash junk tossed about in peculiar ways in fields and backyards. But a closer examination of the things spewed out in the tornado's wake reveals a strange, sickening characteristic of fatal twisters like those that struck several communities in Southwest Georgia yesterday: The ability of the wind tunnels to expose the lives and the daily doings of the people they victimize. Todd Harrell, for instance, was an Army veteran who liked to hunt. The storm that wiped out his home and his family yesterday blew camoflauge coats, rifles, a Chevy pickup and a splintered wooden chest labeled ``Harrell, T.'' into a field of kale and collard greens growing behind the Harrell home about 10 miles north of Cairo. Full story -- The Augusta Chronicle

Tornadoes kill 13 in Georgia
CAMILLA, Ga. -- Tornadoes slashed through southwest Georgia early today, killing at least 13 people and injuring more than 100.

In the know

Cellular etiquette

Across the area: Police seek man in fatal shootings

Leaders plan for roadway
The $9 million extension of William Few Parkway is at least five years from fruition, but local officials already are salivating over the potential development boon the 1.6-mile road could bring.

Senate panel OKs research plan
ATLANTA -- A Georgia Senate committee unanimously approved a bill Monday that supporters hope will help pave the way for establishing an authority to boost medical research in Augusta.

In the swing

Bird lovers gather in Aiken
AIKEN -- Leeann Sawyer couldn't help but giggle when the brightly colored bird sitting on her shoulder decided her shiny earring would make a great snack.

Business briefs: Blue-chip jumps push market's rise

Veteran crowd greets McCain
AIKEN -- Arizona Sen. John McCain liked what he saw when his ``Straight Talk Express'' campaign bus pulled into the parking lot Monday night at the University of South Carolina Aiken.

Across the area: Woman found dead after morning fire

Hill jury to begin deliberations
AIKEN -- After a day of reflection, an out-of-town jury will return to an Aiken County courtroom today to decide the fate of David Mark Hill.

Budget garners approval

Across the area: Police seek man in fatal shootings
GREENVILLE -- Police are searching for a Taylors man in the fatal shooting of a woman and her brother at a trailer near the Gantt community.

Police sergeant dies after auto pursuit

Hopefuls converge on Aiken
AIKEN - In the next five days before the crucial Republican presidential primary, all three surviving candidates have scheduled campaign appearances in Aiken County.

Walker gets top donations

Business briefs: Blue-chip jumps push market's rise
NEW YORK -- Blue-chip stocks led the market Monday, bounding higher as investors sought bargains in the wake of Friday's sharp selloff. Technology stocks shook off some early weakness to finish mostly higher.

Hill jury to begin deliberations

Hill sentenced to death

Environmental study on hold

Education bill shifts to Senate
ATLANTA -- It's the Georgia Senate's turn to have a go at education reform.

Tornadoes rip through Georgia

Region becomes mecca to retirees
A recent study showed what Robert and Beverly Putz already know: The Augusta-Aiken area is a great place to retire.

Veteran crowd greets McCain

'Fiber artist' creates art for the wearing
Carl Ross says the clothing he designs from his Augusta apartment will never go out of style.

Senate panel OKs research plan

Walker gets top donations
If money greases the wheels of politics, state Sen. Charles Walker won't hear a squeak anytime soon.

Bush answers questions in North Augusta

14-year-old tackles life as collegian
AIKEN - Nick Green graduates next year. And with his black robe, honor society designation and history degree comes a $7,000 tab for student loans.

Sheriff investigates dog-dragging case
SPRINGFIELD, Ga. -- More than two weeks after teens reportedly dragged a dog behind a car through a south Effingham neighborhood, authorities are still deciding whether to file criminal charges.

Police sergeant dies after auto pursuit
A 50-year-old Sylvania, Ga., police sergeant was killed Sunday after losing control of his car while chasing a drug suspect.

Hill sentenced to death
AIKEN -- Teary-eyes jurors passed around a tissue box Monday afternoon as a judge read their decision sentencing David Mark Hill to death for the worst act of violence in a Department of Social Services office in South Carolina history.

Lobbyist finalists selected
Augusta commissioners have all but given up on hiring someone to lobby the Georgia Legislature on the city's behalf this year, but they want to get someone on board by July 1 in preparation for next year.

Audience boosts Bush's confidence
If he needed a midmorning perk-me-up on a grueling campaign trail, Texas Gov. George W. Bush got one Monday in North Augusta.

Across the area: Woman found dead after morning fire
Investigators were working Monday to determine the cause of a morning fire at an Augusta home that claimed a woman's life.

Tornadoes kill 13 in Georgia

Principals see change under reform policy
ATLANTA -- Gov. Roy Barnes isn't resting with his education-reform bill halfway through the legislative process. Instead, he's got a full itinerary of speeches to education groups this week, including some critical of his proposal.

Audience boosts Bush's confidence

Budget garners approval
ATLANTA -- After fending off several Republican amendments, the Georgia House on Monday overwhelmingly approved a midyear budget plan that cuts taxes, gives a much-needed boost to the state employees' health plan and funds several education initiatives.

In the swing
North Augusta High School varsity baseball player Andrew Hydrick takes a few practice swings in the batting cage at Riverview Park in preparation for a Monday afternoon scrimmage against the squad from Strom Thurmond High School.

Augusta to be host for state arts day
It's official -- Augusta is the host city for the 2001 Georgia Arts Day.

14-year-old tackles life as collegian

'Fiber artist' creates art for the wearing

Hopefuls converge on Aiken

Bird lovers gather in Aiken

Region becomes mecca to retirees

Education bill shifts to Senate

Environmental study on hold
A planned environmental study at a former salvage yard near Hyde Park is on hold while the commission created to oversee the project negotiates with the site's new owner for access to the area.

Western all-stars triumph

Shaq, Duncan share All-Star MVP

Malone ended All-Star holdout with game-day arrival

Malone ends All-Star holdout with game-day arrival

Judge names receiver to determine Carruth's assets

Falcons sign Tuggle to $12 million deal

Landry is remembered as man of faith, kindness

Falcons sign Tuggle to $12 million deal

Thomas' casket in Arrowhead Stadium end zone

Falcons sign Tuggle to $12 million deal

Lewis says he knew status would make him suspect

Mrs. Hannelore Mullin
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Hannelore K. Mullin, 60, of Hancock Landing Road, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Dwight D. Eisenhower Army Medical Center.

Mrs. Mary Morris
HAMPTON, S.C. -- Mrs. Mary Morris, of Mount Sinai Road, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000.

Miss Annette Barton
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Miss Annette Barton, 72, of Hammond Place, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at her residence.

Mrs. Annie Kerr
GREENSBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Annie Wood Kerr, 84, of Veazey Road, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Minnie G. Boswell Hospital.

Mrs. Myrtle Dunn
Mrs. Myrtle Johnson Dunn, 82, of Russell Street, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Helen McClellan
JAMES ISLAND, S.C. -- Mrs. Helen C. McClellan, 84, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Roper Hospital, Charleston.

Mr. Judson Boggs Jr.
HAZLEHURST, Ga. -- Mr. Judson Neely Boggs Jr., 81, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital, Savannah.

Mr. James Crooke
Mr. James Otis Crooke, 86, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Kentwood Nursing Home.

Mr. William Duffie Jr.
VAUCLUSE -- Mr. William Duffie Jr., of Pioneer Place, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mrs. Beatrice Bryant
GRANITEVILLE -- Mrs. Beatrice Bernice Bryant, 59, of Old Cherokee Indian Trail Road, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2000, at Aiken Regional Medical Centers.

Mr. Billy Clark
Mr. Billy Roy Clark, 59, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Medical College of Georgia Hospital.

Mrs. Jeannette Poland
WINDER, Ga. -- Mrs. Jeannette R. Poland, 92, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000.

Mrs. Susie Holloman
BEECH ISLAND -- Mrs. Susie A. Newman Holloman, 75, of Williston Road, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Micheal Cross
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Micheal Cross, 36, of Briarwood Drive, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at St. Joseph Hospital.

Mr. James Crooke
Mr. James Otis Crooke, 86, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Kentwood Nursing Home.

Mr. Richard Strickland
WAYNESBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Richard L. ``Rusty'' Strickland, 43, of Susie Baily Road, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Gary Scott
SYLVANIA, Ga. -- Mr. Gary Grant Scott, 50, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Screven County Hospital.

Ms. Ella Walton
EDGEFIELD, S.C. -- Ms. Ella Walton, 93, of Moore Drive, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Edgefield Healthcare Center.

Wynter Richardson
BLYTHE -- Wynter Raine Richardson, infant daughter of April Richardson, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at Burke County Hospital.

Mrs. Lucinda Horton
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Mrs. Lucinda Horton, 67, of Valeview Lane, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2000, at Britthaven Nursing Home.

Mrs. Bonnie Jones
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mrs. Bonnie Mae Bryant Jones, 74, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Emanuel Medical Center.

Mrs. Mary Haralson
NORTH AUGUSTA -- Mrs. Mary Turner Haralson, 76, of Trailside Drive, died Thursday, Feb. 10, 2000, at her residence.

Mr. Robert Curry
SWAINSBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Robert Curry, 87, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Swainsboro Nursing Home.

Mr. John Myers
WILLISTON, S.C. -- Mr. John Henry Myers, 60, of Davis Bridge Road, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at his residence.

Mr. Clarence Hulst
STATESBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Clarence Hulst, 47, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Bulloch Memorial Hospital.

Mrs. Georgia Reese
THOMSON -- Mrs. Georgia Mae Reese, 86, of Scuffle Road, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Doctors Hospital.

Mr. Henry Holton Sr.
DAVISBORO, Ga. -- Mr. Henry Dewey Holton Sr., 89, of Georgia Highway 24 East, died Sunday, Feb. 13, 2000, at Washington Medical Center, Washington.

Mrs. Nellie Williams
Mrs. Nellie Martin Williams, 77, of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, died Friday, Feb. 11, 2000, at University Hospital.

Mrs. Eloise Corry
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Mrs. Eloise Lupton Corry, of North Lincoln Street, died Monday, Feb. 7, 2000.

Mrs. Vennie Strom
GRANITEVILLE -- Mrs. Vennie Lee Moseley Haigler Strom, 78, of Trolley Line Road, died Saturday, Feb. 12, 2000, at Palmetto Baptist Hospital, Columbia.

Mr. James Crooke

Mrs. Susie Holloman

Mrs. Jeannette Poland

Mr. Robert Curry

Mr. Judson Boggs Jr.

Mr. Henry Holton Sr.

Mr. William Duffie Jr.

Mrs. Bonnie Jones

Mrs. Georgia Reese

Mrs. Myrtle Dunn

Ms. Ella Walton

Mrs. Mary Haralson

Wynter Richardson

Mrs. Eloise Corry

Mrs. Nellie Williams

Mr. Clarence Hulst

Mrs. Beatrice Bryant

Mrs. Vennie Strom

Mr. John Myers

Mr. Billy Clark

Mrs. Mary Morris

Mrs. Lucinda Horton

Mr. Micheal Cross

Mr. James Crooke

Miss Annette Barton

Mrs. Helen McClellan

Urges removal of 'offensive' comic
Not only am I in agreement with Margaret White concerning the offensive drawing in Boondocks of Jan. 31 and with the letter in Rants & Raves on Feb. 9, but I hope this time this offensive material will be permanently removed. When I noticed the picture of the gyrating buttocks, I called several churches, talked to friends and talked to the complaint department of The Chronicle, where I was thanked -- without further comment -- for my ``opinion.'' Bonnie Essex, North Augusta

Blasts 'Rants & Raves' feature
It is truly amazing to me how so many people can criticize, recommend, berate, complain and postulate under ``Rants & Raves'' and not have the intestinal fortitude to write a letter to the editor and identify themselves. Dan Lindbom, Harlem

Rips coverage of Spring Shootout
Being a parent from the Augusta Arsenal Soccer Club, I am very disappointed in your coverage of the Arsenal's Spring Shootout. The article concerning the U19 Boys as ``the only local team to emerge with a division win'' is very misleading. Rene R. Freeman, Grovetown

Answers question about communism
Coco Rubio (letter, Feb. 7) asks ``Is communism so bad?'' Harry Oliphant, Hephzibah

Hits 'slick' senator's candidacy
There are some things about Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., that bother me in his run for the presidency. First, there is seldom anymention of his being one of the ``Keating Five'' -- a scandal in itself. Then, there is the factor of his ``hero'' status as a P.O.W. I saw him on television saying that he was sorry that he had signed a confession of guilt (being a war criminal) while in the Hanoi Hilton. William Shackelford, North Augusta

Supports John McCain's candidacy
The upcoming presidential election is most important! It will determine whether or not we will remain a free nation, or if our sovereignty is turned over to the United Nations. Mildred W. McNair, Aiken

Longer debate in S.C.
While the Georgia governor's education reform package was railroaded through the House on a fast track, the South Carolina House is commendably taking more time in debating school reforms.

Wants to keep access to reservoir
I am distressed to learn that the city plans to close the reservoir on Highland Avenue to the public. Many of us regularly enjoy the peace and beauty of that unique urban retreat. Tennent Houston, Augusta

Says no Birch Society link to Klan
I read the Feb. 5 letter titled ``Comments on flag, slavery heritage'' by Robert A. Daniels and found the following phrase: ``a flag embraced by such groups as the Ku Klux Klan and the John Birch Society.'' Howard Wayt, Aiken

Charles Schulz
Charles Schulz couldn't have scripted it better. Just as his last original Peanuts strip was coming off the press for Sunday's newspapers, the 77-year-old cartoonist died in his sleep at his Santa Rosa, Calif., home.

Blast media slant for McCain
I've read letters to the editor for years, not thinking I would ever be one to write myself. Something disturbs me very much. We as citizens are losing our right to decide who the nominee for our party will be. Tina Ray, Grovetown

West missses out again
Is Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce President Jim West ever going to learn?

End illegal alien count
The word is out from President Clinton's appointees who run the U.S. Census Bureau: Whether you are in the United States legally or not, go ahead and fill out the census questionnaire when it arrives in April.

Hits intolerance of 'pseudo' Christians
Re the letter by W. Parker ``Slams deviant lifestyle,'' I would like him to know that no one knows how AIDS got started in this country. However, if AIDS is a punishment from God for deviant sexual behavior, why is it that heterosexuals are the fastest growing group in America contracting it? Unfortunately thousands have died needlessly from AIDS. I do not wish this horrible death on homosexuals, heterosexuals or even pseudo Christians. Don Tate, Evans

Sees reverse racism in celebration
If indeed the month of February has been designated ``Black History Month,'' will someone please explain to me why the newsmedia have chosen to extend the duration of this gala -- by so freely adding to it the prior month of January? Not only that, but doesn't it also appear that what was supposed to be a ``celebration of black achievement'' is now functioning as a biased launching pad -- for media attacks aimed at good-hearted Southern white folks? P.K. Fitzgerald, Harlem

Raps commissioner as 'good old boy'
Even though I did not campaign for Andy Cheek, I thought either candidate would do a good job ... I was wrong! Ronnie Masters, Augusta

Good lottery advice
Foes of South Carolina's proposed lottery have some good advice for Gov. Jim Hodges: Don't count his chickens before they hatch.

Declares Confederates 'not traitors'
In his Jan. 26 letter (``Says battle flag flew over `traitors'''), Ken Gott slandered our ancestors by his characterization of them as traitors. This is strange coming from one who probably never heard a shot fired in anger. He says that the South fought primarily to retain slavery and this of course was one of the underlying causes of the war. But one must admit that war was inevitable between the sections because of many disagreements and equal inability to compromise. K. Watson, Augusta

Smells fraud in WWII memorial drive
There is a big campaign underway with TV and radio advertisements to build a World War II memorial in Washington, D.C. Yes, the WWII veterans deserve a lot of credit; but let's remember, there are WWII memorials all over the world. Hawaii is the site of two big WWII memorials: Punch Bowl Cemetery and the U.S.S. Arizona Memorial, which is the most popular national park in this country. Nearly every courthouse in the country has a WWII memorial. There are numerous crossroads that have some sort of memorial to WWII. There are football stadiums commemorating WWII veterans. Allen w. Johnson, Augusta

Jarrett runs away with Daytona win

Overtime: Landry's services set for Thursday

Former Sooners coach joins Georgia staff

Bill increases penalties for hitting sports officials

Barrett is penalized before racing starts

Waltrip's farewell to begin

Drivers position themselves for race

Correction

Sydney gets good grades from IOC

Two area teams win Shootout titles

Spacecraft approaches asteroid's orbit
LAUREL, Md. -- A robot craft that missed its mark a year ago is on target for a Valentine's Day rendezvous with an asteroid named for the Greek god of love.

Home computers not wanted in Japan
TOKYO -- If Masayuki Sugihara's employer, emulating Ford Motor and Delta Air Lines, offered to send him a free home computer, he just might say no thanks. He uses the Internet every day -- to swap e-mail messages, check train schedules or just keep tabs on his favorite snowboarding stars -- but thinks owning his own computer is too much trouble and expense.

WRDW to use new broadcast technology
WRDW-TV announced Monday it will spend about $8 million upgrading and installing new equipment to broadcast a digital, high-definition television signal.

Thruster problem could cut mapping short
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- Space shuttle Endeavour's astronauts pelted Earth with more radar signals Sunday as NASA struggled to understand a thruster problem that could cut short their mapping of the world.

Spacecraft orbits asteroid for first time
LAUREL, Md. -- After a near-flawless rocket firing, a robot craft today became the first spacecraft to orbit an asteroid, settling into a Valentine's Day rendezvous with a space rock named for the Greek god of love.

Market for format is unclear
Appliance Land general manager Ronnie Varner boasts that his store is one of the few in the area with an actual high-definition television display. Because there are no local digital broadcasts yet, he has the set tuned to receive a satellite signal.

Business officials urge extension of Internet tax ban
WASHINGTON -- Business members of a congressional Internet tax panel urged Congress on Wednesday to extend for five years the current ban on taxes that single out the Internet and to permanently ban taxes on access to cyberspace.

Thruster problem could cut short Earth mapping
CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. -- A problem with a thruster on space shuttle Endeavour's 197-foot radar antenna mast could force the astronauts to cut short their ultraprecise mapping of the Earth.

Growth of Internet overshadows newsgroups
A few months ago, I had to explain the concept of newsgroups to a public-relations representative for Microsoft's MSN. I should have been stunned -- back in 1996, having to explain something as basic as Usenet newsgroups would have reduced me to utter apoplexy. But by last October, it just wasn't a big deal.

Privacy issue erupts online
NEW YORK -- Online advertising agency DoubleClick launched a counterattack Monday against repeated accusations that it invades consumers' privacy on the Internet, but the effort merely escalated a clash with privacy advocates seeking a government clampdown.

Speaking of manners
Ask adults if they think teens are rude, and most likely you'll get a tirade of the worst sort: ``Rude.'' ``Grungy.'' ``Socially inept.''

Speaking of manners

Correct procedure, clarity are needed to get on advice line

Your Style

Third installment of movie's a 'Scream'

Advice line: Cheating boyfriend not worth the trouble
``I just broke up with a boy I've been going out with for 10 months. He cheated on me three times, and I cheated on him one time. I thought that was wrong, so I broke up with him. Now he's spreading all these rumors about me, and I've lost my best friend over this.'' -- 14-year-old Augusta girl

Advice line: Cheating boyfriend not worth the trouble

Correct procedure, clarity are needed to get on advice line
``I have been calling for the past two or three years asking for advice, and my questions were never printed. How do you go about picking which problems are used? I have had a lot of problems I thought this paper could help me with, but my question was never answered or printed.''

Your Style
Sarah Eubanks, 13, an eighth-grader at St. Mary on the Hill Catholic School.

Third installment of movie's a 'Scream'
During the shooting of the film Stab 3, the famed masked killer strikes again. This time the body count is higher, and the movie is scarier.

Thruster problem could cut mapping short

Spacecraft approaches asteroid's orbit

Home computers not wanted in Japan

Market for format is unclear

Business officials urge extension of Internet tax ban

Spacecraft orbits asteroid for first time

Growth of Internet overshadows newsgroups

WRDW to use new broadcast technology

Thruster problem could cut short Earth mapping

Privacy issue erupts online