VIRGIN -- Crews are continuing to battle a wildfire that has burned nearly half a square mile in southwestern Utah.
Authorities say the KT Wildfire started about 3:30 p.m. Monday. It is on land about six miles north of Virgin that belongs to the Bureau of Land Management, the National Park Service and private owners.
The fire is still under investigation but officials believe humans caused it.
More than 40 firefighters using four wildland engines and a helicopter have been fighting the 254-acre fire that has burned brush, pinyon-juniper and cheatgrass.
No structures are threatened and no evacuations ordered. No roads have been closed.