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Inside Edition 9 Aug 2020

Dog Back With His Human After Chasing Coyote Into Wildfire


A dog named Buck is home after a harrowing experience. Buck and his human, Greg, live in southern California, near the Apple Fire. The fire nearly burned down their home; it was only thanks to the work of firefighters that the house is still standing. The fire also flushed out wild animals from the hills, onto Greg's property. Buck ran off in hot pursuit of a coyote, and didn't come back. Greg thought he might never see his friend again.

Memphis Grizzlies rookie guard Ja Morant speaks with reporters after losing to the Portland Trail Blazers in a play-in game for the NBA playoffs. Morant looks back at his first season in the league and discusses what he was proud of as the team looks to progress next season.

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