LAS VEGAS -- Firefighters are back to battling two wildfires that have forced evacuations of homes in communities near Las Vegas, including one that burned 15 buildings in the desert ranching hamlet of Moapa.
No serious injuries have been reported in either blaze. Both were human-caused and broke out Thursday.
More than 100 firefighters with aerial tankers and a helicopter are fighting that blaze.
Meanwhile, homes were evacuated on Mount Charleston, about 40 miles northwest of Las Vegas.
More than 250 firefighters from four states are battling a 20-acre wildfire in steep terrain off State Route 157. No structures have been damaged.