Dumas Complex/Potter County, 28800 acres - 100% contained
1:15 p.m.: The fire in Lipscomb and Ochiltree counties has now burned more than 295,000 acres and is 50 percent contained.
7:25 a.m.: The fire in Lipscomb and Ochiltree counties has now burned 100,000 acres and is only 5 percent contained. The Texas A&M Forest Service says there has been one fatality in Lipscomb County and that some homes and and farmhouses have burned. No further information is being released at this time.
3:00 a.m.: Officials at the Wheeler County Sheriff's Office confirm three people have died in the Gray County fire.
An optional evacuation order was issued for the north east corner of Gray County but has since been lifted.
12:00 a.m.: The Potter County Sheriff's Office says Highway 136 is now open and all evacuations for the 'Dumas Complex' fire have been lifted. Residents can return home.
11:40 p.m.: The 'Dumas Complex' fire is now 75 percent contained.
The Wheeler County Sheriff's Office says residents in Shamrock, Lela and west to the county line should be mindful of the fires in the area and should be prepared to evacuate at a moments notice. The main fire is currently about 6 miles north of Lela and I-40.
9:35 p.m.: The 'Dumas Complex' fire has now burned 25,000 acres and is 50 percent contained.
The fire in Ochiltree County is now 5 percent contained.
8:48 p.m.: The 'Dumas Complex' fire is now 20 percent contained.
8:35 p.m.: The City of Glazier is under a mandatory evacuation. Residents can go to the Canadian High School gym.
The Forest Service says the fire passed to the south of Higgins and no homes were reported lost.
7:43 p.m.: The fire in Lipscomb and Ochiltree counties is now estimated at 30 miles in length.
7:37 p.m.: Oklahoma authorities have issued evacuations for Laverne and Buffalo.
7:20 p.m.: The fire burning in Lipscomb and Ochiltree counties is now estimated at 40,000 acres in size with zero percent containment.
6:50 p.m.: The "Dumas Complex" fire has burned an estimated 23,000 acres and forward progression has stopped.
Crews estimate the fire is covering 77 square miles. They estimate the fire is 7 miles wide 10 miles long.
The Potter County Sheriff's Office says five firefighters were injured in several fires today.
One was from the Pantex Fire Department, two were with the Skellytown Fire Department, and authorities are still unsure what department the other two crew members were with.
None of the firefighters have major injuries, according to the sheriff's office.
Authorities have ordered residents of Higgins and Lipscomb County to evacuate east on U.S. 60 and head to Shattuck, Oklahoma.
Evacuations for Wheeler County and Mobeetie have been lifted.
6:21 p.m.: Authorities have called for an immediate evacuation of Gate, Oklahoma.
5:50 p.m.: Authorities are issuing mandatory evacuations for residents in the following areas:
North of Bertrend Road on S.H. 136
Old Mobeetie and Mobeetie residents in Wheeler County
East of Webb
South of Stinnett
North of 1912
Lighthouse Church at Loop 335 and Pavillard will accept evacuees.
3:38 p.m.: Texas A&M Forest Service says the "Dumas Complex" fire is 0 percent contained and spreading at a rapid rate. The fire is composed of multiple grass fires that first began north of Amarillo around 1:30 Monday and is now spreading toward Highway 136.
Forest service authorities say three air tankers have been assigned to fight the fire.
Incident Alert: #DumasComplex in Potter County, 0% containment with high rates of fire spread.