UPDATE: (4:59 p.m., April 25)

Officials with the Texas A&M Forest Service announced that the Little Highline Fire is 100% contained. Officials estimate that the fire covered around 25,609 acres.

UPDATE: (8:25 a.m., April 25)

The Texas A&M Forest Service announced that the Little Highline Fire was estimated to have covered 25,609 acres and was 95% contained. Officials said that resources would be on the scene Monday to continue to mop up the blaze and work towards 100% containment.

UPDATE: (7:24 p.m.)

The little Highline Fire is now reportedly at 27,000 acres burned and 90% contained according to the Texas A&M Forest Service.

UPDATE: (1:57 p.m. April 24)

According to TxDOT, the Borger SH 136 at Fritch reopened overnight.

According to the Texas Wildfire Incident Response System, The fire has burned 27,000 acres and is now around 70% contained. The Response team reports the increase in acreage is from a more accurate mapping.

UPDATE: (8:28 p.m.)

The little Highline Fire is reportedly at 12,000 acres burned and 30% contained according to the Texas A&M Forest Service.

UPDATE: (6:47 p.m.)

Texas A&M Forest Service reports, that this fire has now burned about 12,000 acres and is at 20% containment.

UPDATE: (6:00 p.m.)

According to TxDOT, Borger will close SH 136 at Fritch and detour traffic to SH 207.

UPDATE: (5:25 p.m.)

The Texas Dept. of Transportation (TxDOT) reports, that due to fire and smoke, SH 136 southbound is closed at the Potter County line. Northbound traffic is diverted to FM 1342.

UPDATE: (5:07 p.m.)

According to the Texas Wildfire Incident Response System, The fire has burned 8,000 acres and is around 20% contained.

UPDATE: (4:41 p.m.)

CORRECTION: This story has been updated to reflect a change in acres burned by the Texas A&M Forest Service.

Texas Wildfire Incident Response System reports, that the fire has burned 2,000 acres and is about 20% contained.

UPDATE: (3:53 p.m.)

According to the Texas Wildfire Incident Response System, The fire has burned 2,000 acres and is now around 20% contained.

UPDATE: (2:48 p.m. April 23)

Texas A&M Forest Service reports, The fire has burned about 2,000 acres and is at 0% containment.

Original Story:

AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — Crews are responding to a fire north of Amarillo.

The Texas A&M Forest Service is calling it the Little Highline Fire.

It is currently estimated at 1,000 acres and at 0% containment.

This is a developing story. Stay with MyHighPlains.com for the latest.