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Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 12:43pm

Three arrested after Moody drug bust

A drug bust in Moody on Tuesday uncovered ten grams of crack cocaine, four grams of meth, small bags of marijuana, 500 prescription pills and a fake $100 bill. Now there are three people in custody.

Wanted lady puncher found in Cameron

A wanted man has been found and is currently behind bars after US Marshalls teamed up with local police yesterday.

Man arrested for aggravated robbery at Waco convenience store in December

A Bellmead man has been arrested for his role in the Aggravated Robbery that took place at the Cefco convenience store on December 12.

Nationwide telemarketing scam targeting seniors

Senior citizens nationwide are reporting pushy, suspicious telemarketing calls from businesses going by the names "Senior Emergency Care," "Senior Safety Alert" or "Senior Safe Alert."

Small craft breweries hit it big

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The business of craft beer has exploded. In five years, craft beer has nearly doubled its market share, growing rapidly even as the industry as a whole has contracted.

Largest prime number yet discovered

(CNN) -- You know you're a geek if you felt all warm and fuzzy inside when you read that headline. If you got here by accident, here's the news: The biggest prime number yet has been discovered.

Horror journeys into the mind in 'Dead Space 3'

(CNN) -- When you are creating the most anticipated horror video game of 2013, there is a certain trepidation about how you are going to bring the scares to your audience.

Mariah Carey sings track for 'Oz the Great and Powerful'

(CNN) -- Sam Raimi's "Oz the Great and Powerful" is full of famous faces and now it has some famous vocals to match. Mariah Carey will lend her voice to the film, which stars James Franco, Mila Kunis, Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams, in the for

Congressman says 'Lincoln' depicts Connecticut vote erroneously

(CNN) -- Watching the movie "Lincoln" on Saturday, Rep.

A letter-by-letter rundown of the Postal Service's new plan

(CNN) -- The U.S. Postal Service plans to halt Saturday delivery of letters and other first-class mail by August in an effort to chip away at billions of dollars in losses.