Rainfall across western Oregon could oust some of the state's more than two dozen wildfires this week. But trouble still looms in the form of landslides and a possible dry-out.
The Oregon State Fire Marshal’s Office says the Eagle Creek Fire is slowly growing on the southern and western edges of the fire.
As of Saturday, the fire in the Columbia River Gorge was burning more than 45,000 acres and was 32 percent contained. The fire ignited Sept. 2 and was human-caused, according to Oregon State Police.