VANTAGE, Wash. (AP) — The Latest on a central Washington wildfire (all times local):

12:04 p.m.

Interstate 90 is now open in both directions at the Vantage Bridge

The main east-west highway across the state has been closed all day because of a wildfire near the tiny town of Vantage.

The state Department of Transportation says the highway reopened around noon.

The wildfire has burned about 1.5 square miles and one structure, and prompted the evacuation of Vantage. There is no containment.

No injuries have been reported.

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11 a.m.

The state of Washington says Interstate 90 should reopen in both directions at noon.

The main east-west highway across the state has been closed all day because of a wildfire near the town of Vantage.

The state Department of Transportation says the highway, which crosses the Columbia River at Vantage, will reopen at noon.

The fire has burned about 1.5 square miles, and one structure, and there is zero containment.

No injuries have been reported.

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9:30 a.m.

The tiny central Washington town of Vantage has been evacuated and Interstate 90 has been closed in both directions by a fast-moving wildfire.

The fire broke out around 11 p.m. Monday and forced about 120 people to leave their homes.

The state says the fire had grown to about 1.5 square miles Tuesday in windy conditions and there was zero containment.

Kittitas Valley Fire and Rescue Chief John Sinclair says a 22-mile (35 kilometer) stretch of I-90 has been closed in both directions from east of Ellensburg to just east of the Columbia River.

There is no estimate on reopening the main highway across Washington.

No structures have been lost in Vantage, which is along the Columbia.

The Red Cross established a shelter for evacuees in the town of George.