Chris Van Horne
Spokesman Lewis Kearney said Wednesday that windy conditions have eased since wildfires that began Sunday burned about 120,000 acres in West Texas, but the it's still "a very high fire danger." He says more than 70 homes were destroyed.
Kearney says about 15 wildfires were reported Tuesday in Tyler, Jasper, Hardin, Orange and San Augustine counties, involving a total of nearly 300 acres.
A helicopter based in Granbury is relocating to Jasper, along with bulldozers.