Monday, February 21, 2000
University of Houston
Houston, Texas
Volume 65, Issue 99

E-businesses continue despite Internet crimes

Movin' on up: UHPD occupies new station

Library history reflected in exhibit

High time for the alcoholic agent 007



In House

Freaky Tales


Maximum Peel-Out

Superhero Adventures

Rodeo kicks off perfectly with three unforgettable sets

McKnight displays musical brilliance

Film Review: Mr. Death

The Scoop

In the Spotlight

Trevino on the Internet

Nandagiri on lying

Salnave on SA

Staff Editorial

Editorial Cartoon

UH Baseball

Women's Basketball

Men's Basketball

Ford looks to the future

About the Cougar

You'll never walk alone

Barry Watson/The Daily Cougar

Firetrucks and uniformed firefighters make their way on Main Street to Rice Stadium on Friday to attend the memorial service honoring fallen firefighters Kimberly Ann Smith and Lewis E. Mayo III, both of whom lost their lives as they battled an arson fire at the McDonald's at 12602 Bissonnet on Feb. 14.


In News Today . . .

With the recent onset of Internet hacking attacks and the seemingly impossible task of quickly capturing and prosecuting whoever is responsible for them, many are questioning the Web's effectiveness and security.

In Opinion Today . . .

"Welcome" is an all too familiar sound as you go online in search of test grades, class notes or pictures of Catherine Zeta Jones for your wallpaper.

In Entertainment Today . . .

If this weekend's showing at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo was any indication of what we can expect for the next two weeks, this just might be one of the greatest Rodeos ever.

In Sports Today . . .

UH starting pitcher Duncan McAdoo was looking for that chance after having a rocky first start against Southwest Texas last weekend.


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