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Wallow the calf was born after Wesley McBride and his family were forced to evacuate their ranch in Springerville, Ariz., due to encroaching fires. When the McBrides returned, both Wes and mother were doing fine. (Photo: courtesy of The McBrides)
Wallow the calf was born after Wesley McBride and his family were forced to evacuate their ranch in Springerville, Ariz., due to encroaching fires. When the McBrides returned, both Wes and mother were doing fine. (Photo: courtesy of The McBrides)

We hear your thoughts on recent stories including, healthcare reform and our profile of one of the last Fuller Brush door-to-door salesmen.

We also get an update from Wes McBride, who blogged about the Wallow fire in Arizona, and was forced to evacuate his property. He was forced to leave behind a pregnant cow, who gave birth to Wallow the calf, while he was gone. Now that the threat of the fire has passed his town, McBride has returned, and Wallow the calf is doing fine.

This segment aired on June 15, 2011.

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