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    Ky. man unearths 2.95-carat diamond in Murfreesboro

    A man made a rare find on the 4th of July at Crater of Diamonds State Park in Southwest Arkansas. Terry Staggs of Kentucky said he's been visiting the park a couple of times each year for the past 28 years. This time Staggs found a 2.95-carat, champagne brown diamond. It is the largest found by park visitors so far this year. Staggs named it the Patriot Diamond because he found it on July 4.

    5 weird reasons you're being bit by mosquitoes

    Before you go grabbing your bug spray, we have 5 weird reasons you're getting bitten by mosquitoes. They love when you work up a sweat. You think they're drawn by the aroma of your "sweet blood," but it's really the carbon dioxide you exhale that makes them bee-line toward you. The harder you breathe, the more Carbon Dioxide you emit, so you're especially attractive after a run. For more details on why these pests love to bite, click on the headline above.

    Facebook unveils Graph Search

    Facebook rolled out "graph search" Monday. It's a feature aimed at making it easier to find information and photos on the social networking site. You can search for things like photos of your friends in Paris or movies your friends like. As with previous Facebook changes, some have raised privacy concerns, but the company said nothing you label as private will turn up in the search results.

    Box office: "Despicable Me 2" trounces "Lone Ranger" over holiday weekend

    The minions crushed the competition! "Despicable Me 2" topped the box office over the July 4 holiday weekend, taking in an estimated $142 million over five days, and it did a number on Lone Ranger.

    Alleged sausage biscuit thief arrested for burglary in Benton

    Police are investigating a burglary that happened on June 28 in Benton along Highway 5 North. According to Lt. Kevin Russell, officers determined that several items had been stolen; including jewelry and a box of sausage biscuits. On Saturday, July 6, 26-year-old Bradley Haggard was arrested by the Pulaski County Sheriff's Office and charged with residential burglary and theft of property.

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