The evacuation order for residents on the Warm Springs Indian Reservation has been lifted. Crews are making steady progress on the 101, 292 acre fire known as the High Cascade Complex. The Razorback Fire is the cause for the recent growth, which added more than 6000 acres in the northeast corner of the reservation. Officials say they now hold the containment at 40%. While crews work today to establish strong containment lines, our weather forecast calls for warmer and drier conditions with increasing winds. There are about 2400 firefighters in the line now fighting the fires in Warm Springs.