Man finds nearly 6.2 carat diamond in state park

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MURFREESBORO, Ark., April 18 (UPI) -- A man found a 6.19 carat diamond in Crater of Diamonds state park in Arkansas.
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Judge to hear case against Russia's detention of Greenpeace activists

HAMBURG, Germany, Nov. 5 (UPI) -- A British judge has been named to head an international tribunal to hear a case against Russia's detention of Greenpeace activists, officials said.
App lets phone owners participate in scientific projects

App lets phone owners participate in scientific projects

BERKELEY, Calif., July 23 (UPI) -- Android smartphone owners can be citizen scientists and participate in important scientific research every time they charge their phones, U.S. researchers say.

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Texans re-sign fan favorite Anderson

HOUSTON, Sept. 13 (UPI) -- The Houston Texans Tuesday signed popular backup wide receiver David Anderson to a contract after waiving him earlier in the year.

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Study explores the body's pain reactions

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Fruit flies used to study neural circuits

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Navy faces resistance over landing strip

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Stevens attorneys allege secret exchange

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Witness: Stevens prosecutors swayed him

Witness: Stevens prosecutors swayed him

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Killer sea birds have high hormonal levels

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Lawmakers take another look at ethanol

Lawmakers take another look at ethanol

Five months after passing a new alternative fuel mandate, U.S. policymakers are questioning the legislation's wisdom in the face of skyrocketing food prices.
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VIC2000031102 - 11 MARCH 2000 - VICTORIA, BC, CANADA: David Anderson, right, Canada's Minister of Environment, speaks while Dr. Joseph MacInnes, one of the first divers to reach the Titanic, looks on during the unveiling of the racerocks.com project at Race Rocks light house and marine sanctuary near Victoria, March 11. The ceremony is part of the 13th United World College International Council Meeting who's theme is Visions of Peace for the 21st Century. rg/hr/do/David Ovenden UPI

David Kent Anderson (born July 28, 1983 in Westlake Village, California) is an American football wide receiver for the Houston Texans of the National Football League. He was drafted by the Houston Texans in the seventh round of the 2006 NFL Draft. He played college football at Colorado State.

Anderson played wide receiver for Thousand Oaks High School alongside future UCLA Bruins quarterback Ben Olson. Anderson started in his sophomore year for the varsity team and earned 3 letters and multiple all-state honors.

Majoring in speech communication, Anderson was a standout wide receiver for the Colorado State Rams football team, finishing his career in 2005. He was listed as 5'11" weighing 195 lbs his senior year and wore number 4. Anderson played with notable quarterbacks Bradlee Van Pelt and Justin Holland and was coached by Sonny Lubick.

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