A brush fire has destroyed homes and forced the evacuation of hundreds of residents southeast of Phoenix.  Arizona State Forestry officials say the Kearny River wild fire has scorched about 400 acres in the Gila River bed sending some 300 residents fleeing their homes.  The fire started Wednesday morning and 15 mile

an hour winds fanned the flames causing the brush fire to double in size almost every hour.  About 200 firefighters are battling the blaze that’s producing monster plumes of smokes.  So far, there is zero containment and more crews are on the way.   No one has been injured and two structures have been burned

Kris Dugan