Firefighters battling the Topock Fire on the Arizona-California border are close to knocking out the fire.  Fire Marshal Mike Reichling with the Bureau of Land Management says, with the help of some rain, crews stamped out most of the fire that is now 85 percent contained with just over 22-hundred acres scorched.  BLM

is now handing over the reigns of fighting the Topock Wildfire to the US Fish and Wildlife Service. All evacuations have been lifted and the RV Parks are once again filling up with travelers.  No one was hurt and the cause of the fire remains under investigation.  

Kris Dugan