UPDATE - 11:45AM - The fire is 35 percent contained, according to Sierra Front.
UPDATE - JULY 2, 2013 - 10:21AM - Sierra Front has reported the fire is at 5,400 acres.
According to Truckee Meadows Fire Chief Charlie Moore, The Red Rock fire has burned over the Nevada state line and into Washoe County. There is some risk to structures in Rancho Haven, but a significant number of assets are being applied to that area of the fire. The fire is being heavily defended and the homes are protected.
Moore says 30 percent containment is expected by end of day today. They do not have an estimate on full containment.
According to Elaine, PIO at Sierra Front Interagency Dispatch Center, the fire got a little bigger at 2 a.m., but calmed down around 7 a.m.
UPDATE - 6:27PM - Highway 395 has been reopened in both directions.
UPDATE - 5:33PM - The fire has now burned 1,500 acres, according to Sierra Front.
UPDATE - 4:55PM - Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District has called in for structure protection near Rancho Haven, but there are still no structures threatened. The protection is purely precautionary.
UPDATE: The fire has now grown to 200 acres. Highway Patrol Troopers are guiding drivers on parts of US 395 because of the smoke in the area.
UPDATE - 3:09PM - The fire has spread to 100 acres, according to Sierra Front. Highway 395 is closed in both direction from the north end of Red Rock Road to Scott Road (about 1.7 miles).
There is still no word on expected time of containment.
HALLELUJAH JUNCTION, Calif. (KRNV & MyNews4.com) -- Sierra Front reports there is a fire burning six miles north of Hallelujah Junction.
The fire has currently burned 15 acres, and there is no known cause at this time.
The fire is burning on BLM land. Sierra Front says BLM fire crews are responding and being assisted by U.S. Forest Service Crews.
No structures are threatened and no evacuations are being ordered at this time.