Firefighters are making big gains containing the state's eight major fires, according to the latest update from the Washington Emergency Management Division.
The 91,000-acre Barker Canyon fire in Douglas and Grant counties is 63 percent contained, and the 23,000-acre Apache Pass fire in Lincoln County is 80 percent contained.
Seven aircraft and more than 1,100 firefighters are still wrestling, however, with the large Wenatchee River fire in Chelan County, which is only 10 percent contained. It covers more than 28,000 acres. More than 850 homes and other structures are threatened by that blaze, according to the update.
So far, the number of homes lost in this latest wave of wildfires is just 3, although about 14 non-residential structures have also burned.
See the report above for more detail.