VALE, Ore. -- Fire officials say they have returned to fighting the Bonita Complex Fire in Malheur County after a lightning knocked out communications on the fire Saturday.
The fire covering about 28-square miles is 75 percent contained as of Sunday morning. It's the third-largest wildfire in the state.
Fire spokeswoman Alexis West says tornadoes were also seen in the area late Saturday afternoon, but there were no injuries.
The Long Draw fire in sparsely populated southeast Oregon is the state's largest wildfire in more than a century. It has grown to more than 937-square miles. Officials report Sunday that the fire is now 80 percent contained.