Southwest Oregon wildfire grows to 23 square miles
CANYONVILLE, Ore. (AP) — A fire burning in forestland in southwest Oregon has spread to more than 23 square miles, according to more accurate mapping of the blaze. About 35 families have been evacuated from their homes and another 100 families have been told to prepare to leave. Although the fire was still growing Sunday, fire team spokesman Dave Wells says they were not expecting explosive growth. Wells says the day is overcast and misty rain has been falling.