AZUZ: Some residents of the city of Fort McMurray, Canada, have begun returning home. Last month, the massive wildfire forced the evacuation of 80,000 people in the area. Thousands of firefighters are still trying to get a handle on it, though the blaze is no longer a threat to Fort McMurray. The fire destroyed about 10 percent of the city, at least 2,400 buildings or homes.
Not everyone in Fort McMurray is allowed to come back yet. Authorities say debris from the fire has to be removed before some homes can be occupied.
Many are still intact, but some residents don't know what they'll see.
AZUZ: We're not going to run away without a look at, let's call it lighthearted news, or in this case, light-footed.
Check it y'all. A moose on the loose. This happened in Watertown, Massachusetts, earlier this week, not too common a sight in the neighborhood.
The wayward mammal didn't really hurt anyone or cause any mischief, though it did leave police on 45-minute chase. Eventually, it moseyed over into the woods, it moose have realized its mistake and decided to huff it.
Maybe the moose haven't had fun in the forest. It wanted to stretch its moose-cles or look for something more amoosing. But straying into the suburbs probably wasn't the answer.
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